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null 4 in. x 4 in. PVC DWV x Sewer and Drain Adapter

4 in. x 4 in. PVC DWV x Sewer and Drain Adapter

$5.64 /each

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NDS 4 in. PVC DWV to Sewer and Drain Adapter is designed to connect 4 in. drain, waste and vent (DWV) pipe to 4 in sewage and drainage (S&D) pipe in the installation of non-pressurized drainage and sewer piping systems. PVC construction is durable, lightweight, economical and resistant to corrosion and chemicals. Connects 4 in. sewer and drain pipe to 4 in. DWV Schedule 40 pipe.

  • Hub x Hub solvent-welded connections
  • Fits 4 in. sewer and drain pipe and DWV Schedule 40 pipe
  • Maximum working pressure of 5 PSI
  • Made to ASTM specifications
  • Made in the USA
  • NDS offers a full line of solvent weld fittings for all of your sewer and drain needs. NDS solvent weld fittings are offered in ABS, Styrene and PVC and range in size from 3 in. to 8 in.




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Recommended PVC cement for this part?

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Any brand of PVC primer and glue will work.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Connector The home builder installed the PVC drain pipe to receive water from a roof gutter downspout. Then the PVC drain pipe directed the water under my driveway to a pop-up emitter in my lawn. Because of some recent landscape work in the area, I had to extend the run of pipe another 6'. When I excavated the emitter I discovered that there is a black push-on connector that is used to connect the 3" elbow at the emitter to the 4" drain pipe. I did not like either the reduction in the pipe diameter or the push-on nature of the connector. I wanted a full 4" elbow and emitter with a strong sealed connection to the drain pipe. This connector allowed me to create the cemented connection that I wanted between the 4" PVC drain pipe and the nominally 4" green PVC sewer pipe to which the 4" emitter is designed to mate. The connection to the PVC drain was tight. The connection to the green sewer pipe was not so tight, but I thing adequate. The little bit of play allowed me to slightly angle the pipe at the connection to better match the desired slope. Time will tell if it is durable. May 10, 2016
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