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Model # C4811HD2

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2 in. PVC DWV All-Hub Sanitary Tee

$1.47 /each

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Product Overview

The NIBCO 2 in. PVC DWV All-Hub Sanitary Tee is designed for non-pressurized sanitary systems to connect a branch line into a vertical drain line. It has a maximum working pressure of 5 psi.

  • PVC requires a primer before cementing
  • Connects a branch line into a vertical PVC drain line
  • For non-pressurized sanitary systems
  • All-hub solvent-welded connections
  • Maximum working pressure of 5 psi
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Left Side Size 
2" 
Product Depth (in.) 
5.21 
Product Height (in.) 
4.48 
Product Length (in.) 
5.21 in 
Product Width (in.) 
2.73 
Right Side Size 
2" 

Details

Compatible Pipe Material 
PVC 
Fitting or Connector Type 
Tee or Wye 
Left Side Connection 
Hub x Hub x Hub 
Left Side Inlet 
No 
Material 
PVC 
Maximum working pressure (psi) 
Pipe or Fitting Product Type 
Fittings & Connectors 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.437 lb 
Push to connect 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Right Side Connection 
Hub x Hub x Hub 
Type 
Standard 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
NIBCO INC. warrants each NIBCO plumbing plastic fitting (including plumbing valves) to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of five (5) years from date of purchase. 

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how to cut into cast pipe for 2" pvc

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I need to drain a 2" PVC into my original 4" cast stack. What do you have that would help me?
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i cut my 4" cast iron stack with a saw saw and metal blade then installed a 4' to 3' rubber boot so that the 4" side fit over my stack and then used 3" pvc pipe then just keep down sizing til i got to 2" i redid all my pluming and all works good and no issues. ohh use that purple glue stuff for pvc on the stack and boot it seals good... in not the brightest but when it come to jerry wigging and saving Read More
i cut my 4" cast iron stack with a saw saw and metal blade then installed a 4' to 3' rubber boot so that the 4" side fit over my stack and then used 3" pvc pipe then just keep down sizing til i got to 2" i redid all my pluming and all works good and no issues. ohh use that purple glue stuff for pvc on the stack and boot it seals good... in not the brightest but when it come to jerry wigging and saving money im ur man Read Less
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