Dearborn® True Blue® Bath Waste Half Kit with Condensate Adapter

041193105325_H_001.jpg - Dearborn® True Blue® ABS Half Kit, Uni-Lift  Stopper, Chrome, Condensate
Dearborn® True Blue® Bath Waste Half Kit with Condensate Adapter
16_TrueBlue_INFO_001.jpg - Dearborn® True Blue® ABS Half Kit, Uni-Lift  Stopper, Chrome, Condensate
Dearborn® True Blue® Bath Waste Half Kit with Condensate Adapter
Dearborn_INFO_001.jpg - Dearborn® True Blue® ABS Half Kit, Uni-Lift  Stopper, Chrome, Condensate
Dearborn® True Blue® Bath Waste Half Kit with Condensate Adapter

Dearborn® True Blue® ABS Half Kit, Uni-Lift Stopper, Chrome, Condensate

Dearborn
Dearborn® True Blue® Bath Waste Direct Drain Half Kit with Condensate Adapter - Innovative, flexible and designed with the plumber in mind! True Blue's integrated locking features reduce the amount of tools needed for installation which reduces frustration and time.

UPC: 041193105325
Part #: A9960CPC

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Key Features
Key Features
  • Press-in trim veneer in designer finish installs simply with overflow test plug. Eliminates the need for additional tools or sealants.
  • Screw-less face plate is engineered for a high flow rate and multiple tub thicknesses. Installed with a clockwise turn, the symmetrical design eliminates the need for perfect alignment.
  • Test plugs install with a 1/4 turn and are approved for testing up to 40ft of head. Makes testing fast and reliable.
  • Foamed rubber overflow gasket provides better compression and memory, creating a better and more reliable seal to prevent leaks.
  • Locking drain gasket is designed with a softer durometer and will not fall off at tricky angles. Reduces installation frustrations while creating a better seal.
  • Pre-assembled components make installation quicker, so you can go from box to test faster.
Specifications
Specifications
Brand: Dearborn
Color: Chrome
Material: ABS
Stopper Style: Uni-Lift
Connection Type: Solvent Weld
Product Type: True Blue
Kit Type: Half Kit
Cherne Specialty Chemical: No

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