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null 1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling
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1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling

$745 /each

Product Overview

The Fernco ProFlex 1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling provides a quick and easy connection. It can be used with cast-iron, plastic, steel and copper drain, waste and vent systems. The coupling is rated for underground use.
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Product Overview

The Fernco ProFlex 1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling provides a quick and easy connection. It can be used with cast-iron, plastic, steel and copper drain, waste and vent systems. The coupling is rated for underground use.
  • EPDM rubber material provides a leak-free seal
  • Designed for use with cast-iron, plastic, steel and copper drain, waste and vent systems
  • Easily installed
  • Underground rated
  • Note: product may vary by store

Product Overview

The Fernco ProFlex 1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling provides a quick and easy connection. It can be used with cast-iron, plastic, steel and copper drain, waste and vent systems. The coupling is rated for underground use.

  • EPDM rubber material provides a leak-free seal
  • Designed for use with cast-iron, plastic, steel and copper drain, waste and vent systems
  • Easily installed
  • Underground rated
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Name 1-1/2 in. x 2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling 1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling 2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling 1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Coupling
Brand
Ratings (0) (2) (1) (0)
Fitting or Connector Type Adapter or Coupling Adapter or Coupling Adapter or Coupling Adapter or Coupling
Fitting 1 size 2" 1-1/2" 2" 1-1/2'
Connection Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical
Connectivity Push to Connect Push to Connect Push to Connect Push to Connect
Material EPDM rubber EPDM rubber EPDM rubber EPDM rubber
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Specifications

Dimensions

Fitting 1 size
1-1/2"
Fitting 2 size
1-1/2"
Product Depth (in.)
2.2
Product Height (in.)
2.13
Product Length (in.)
2.2 in
Product Width (in.)
2.2

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Connection
Mechanical
Connectivity
Push to Connect
Fitting or Connector Type
Adapter or Coupling
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Specialty
Material
EPDM rubber
Maximum working pressure (psi)
4.3
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.29lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Defects in workmanship or materials for a period of one year and will replace any defective product returned within that time period.

Specifications

Dimensions

Fitting 1 size
1-1/2"
Fitting 2 size
1-1/2"
Product Depth (in.)
2.2
Product Height (in.)
2.13
Product Length (in.)
2.2 in
Product Width (in.)
2.2

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Connection
Mechanical
Connectivity
Push to Connect
Fitting or Connector Type
Adapter or Coupling
Fitting/ Connector Collection
Specialty
Material
EPDM rubber
Maximum working pressure (psi)
4.3
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.29lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Defects in workmanship or materials for a period of one year and will replace any defective product returned within that time period.

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Questions & Answers

My bathroom sink drain pipe is 1 5/8" outer diameter, brass or maybe copper. Will this stretch to...

My bathroom sink drain pipe is 1 5/8" outer diameter, brass or maybe copper. Will this stretch to fit?
Asked by: ABG
You have to choose the right coupling for the two specific pipes you're trying to join. If you are joining two dissimilar pipes (with different O.D's), the two ends of the coupling have different I.D.'s. Each end of rubber coupling should fit snugly onto the end of each pipe without stretching. The O.D. of the rubber coupling must remain the same so the metal shield can evenly clamp and properly seal the coupling onto both pipes. Deburr the ends of the two pipes you're joining inside and out. Clean the outside of any metal pipe with medium or coarse steel wool so the rubber coupling gets a good grip and seal. If you are working in a tight spot, slide the coupling onto the end of the pipe with the smallest O.D. (Outside Diameter) and slide the metal shield off the rubber coupling back onto the pipe so it's out of the way. Roll the other (thinner) end of the rubber coupling back so you can fit the larager O.D. pipe into place and then roll it back into place over the pipe and slide the metal shield over the coupling and alternately tighten both clamps evenly -don't overtighten them, only 5 lb-ft. (snug by hand with a short wrench).
Answered by: RedneckRocketScientist
Date published: 2017-08-10

pipe size - galvanized steel

Home built in 1950s; Denver. In the wall I have a galvanized steel pipe with an outside diameter of approx 1 1/2" which I will be cutting and running to 1 1/4" PVC (that's the plan for the moment). I want to buy my supplies before I cut into the pipe - so I don't know the inside diameter of the steel pipe. Is it likely that this coupling (3001-150) will fit my galvanized steel pipe? thanks
Asked by: wK
Hi wK, The I.D. of either pipe is irrelevant as the coupling fits over the O.D. of both pipes. The O.D. of the coupling is the same so the metal shield clamps down and seals the coupling against the ends of two pipes of different O.D.s, so each end of the coupling has a different I.D. Clear as mud? You have to make sure you choose the right coupling to mate your two specific pipes, or it won't seal properly. Deburr the ends of the two pipes you're joining inside and out. Clean the outside of any metal pipe with medium or coarse steel wool so the rubber coupling gets a good grip and seal. If you are working in a tight spot, slide the coupling onto the end of the pipe with the smallest O.D. (Outside Diameter) and slide the metal shield off the rubber coupling back onto the pipe so it's out of the way. Roll the other (thinner) end of the rubber coupling back so you can fit the larager O.D. pipe into place and then roll it back into place over the pipe and slide the metal shield over the coupling and alternately tighten both clamps evenly -don't overtighten them, only 5 lb-ft. (snug by hand with a short wrench).
Answered by: RedneckRocketScientist
Date published: 2017-08-10
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1-1/2 in. EPDM Rubber Shielded Coupling is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! Deburr the ends of the two pipes you're joining inside and out. Clean the outside ... Works great! Deburr the ends of the two pipes you're joining inside and out. Clean the outside of any metal pipe with medium or coarse steel wool so the rubber coupling gets a good grip and seal. If you are working in a tight spot, slide the coupling onto the end of the pipe with the smallest O.D. (Outside Diameter) and slide the metal shield off the rubber coupling back onto the pipe so it's out of the way. Roll the other (thinner) end of the rubber coupling back so you can fit the larager O.D. pipe into place and then roll it back into place over the pipe and slide the metal shield over the coupling and alternately tighten both clamps evenly -don't overtighten them, only 5 lb-ft. (snug by hand with a short wrench).
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did the trick Fixed a headache, quick, cheap and easy. Wish I had heard about it from sales staff at Home Depot, but didn't.
Date published: 2014-08-23
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