- Cast iron toilet flange, no caulking
- 4 in. deep set
- Complete with body, brass ring, bolts and gasket
- To be used on plastic or heavy weight, no hub or service weight soil pipe
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Oatey offers three styles of repair flanges for this application. The first is the No-Caulk cast iron repair flange which comes in two depths. Once the old flange is removed and cast iron pipe is cleaned off, these flanges will slide over the vertical cast iron drain pipe. The flat side of the gasket should be facing down and resting on the inside bottom lip of the flange. Tightening the four bolts in even rotation will compress the gasket against the outside of the pipe, and create a water tight seal. Remember that the bottom of the flange must be set on top of the finished flooring, and then screwed into the subfloor. The second is our PVC or ABS Twist-N-Set repair flange which inserts into the vertical cast iron drain pipe after the old flange is removed. The gasket tightens as the flange is turned in a clockwise rotation. Remember that the bottom of the flange must be set on top of the finished flooring, and then screwed into the subfloor. The third option is the PVC or ABS Replacement closet repair flange which also inserts into the vertical cast iron drain pipe after the old flange is removed. This flange is sealed by the tightening of three stainless steel bolts in even rotation. This compresses the gasket between the outside of the flange tail piece, and the inside of the cast iron drain. Remember that the bottom of the flange must be set on top of the finished flooring, and then screwed into the subfloor. All flanges must be screwed into the subfloor before setting the toilet bowl into place, this sometimes will require drilling pilot holes through the finished flooring.
When would a Closet Flange Spacer Kit be used?
The Closet Flange Spacer Kit is used when the finished floor of your bathroom is higher than the bottom of the existing toilet flange.
Is there a replacement flange for a PVC or ABS toilet flanges when the existing metal flange has rusted away?
Yes. The Moss Bay Replacement flange is designed specifically for this application.