Oatey® All Plastic Snap-In Drains are designed for drainage in areas that don't require a waterproofing membrane, such as basement drains. The 2 in. PVC Snap-In Floor Drain with 2-1/4 in. Strainer can be inserted into a piece of Schedule 40 DWV pipe that has been cut flush with the finished floor for easy removal or can be solvent welded for permanent installation (pipe and cement not included). This drain is also suited for use as a vent stack or air inlet strainer. Its 1-piece assembly prevents the cover from being removed. Oatey products have earned the trust of plumbing professionals for over 100 years.
- Designed for drainage in areas that don't require a waterproofing membrane
- Can also be used as a vent stack or air inlet strainer
- 1-piece design prevents the cover from being removed
- For use with specialty drains
- Easy to install
- Durable construction
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.