Oatey® 102 Series Solvent Weld Shower Drain With Receptor Base integrates the body locknut, which allows easier installation of the drain body to pre-formed shower stall bases. Can install complete assembly to shower base first and solvent weld assembly into place as base is set or can solvent weld receptor, set shower base and then thread barrel in from top.
- For use with preformed shower bases
- Drain receptor base integrates the body locknut allowing easier installation of the drain body to the shower base
- Strainers available in a variety of designer finishes
- Fiber and rubber gasket provides a tight seal to shower drain base
- Tightening wrench included
|Pipe Size:||2 in.|
|Connection Type:||Solvent Weld|
|Product Type:||Shower Drain Pre-Formed Bases|
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Contact our customer service department and they will be happy to send you a copy of the instruction sheet and exploded view drawing.
Where do you put the rubber washer and paper ring when installing a shower drain?
The large rubber sealing washer will be placed up against the underside of the shower base, and the friction washer will be placed between the rubber sealing washer and locking nut. Contact our customer service department and they will be happy to send you a copy of the instruction sheet and exploded view drawing.
Is the flat side of the No-Caulk gasket facing up or down when it is put over the drain pipe?
The flat side of the gasket should be at the bottom of No-Caulk drain body, seating onto the inside lip of the body. The beveled side of the gasket will be facing up.