Model # 828-2PK

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Store SKU #728028

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Sioux Chief 2 in. PVC Shower Drain with Strainer
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Sioux Chief

2 in. PVC Shower Drain with Strainer

  • Use where necessary in drainage systems
  • Features a PVC body and lock nut
  • Includes no-caulk gasket and 19-gauge stainless-steel strainer
$857 /each

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Product Overview

The Sioux Chief 2 in. PVC Shower Drain with Strainer features a PVC body and lock nut, an elastomer no-caulk gasket and a 19-Gauge stainless-steel strainer. No caulk required. Product width is 4.25 in. Sioux Chief 828 series shower module drain shall be used where necessary in drainage systems.

  • PVC body and lock nut with elastomer no-caulk gasket
  • Shower module drain
  • Not for use with putty
  • 19-Gauge stainless-steel strainer included
  • Snap-in strainer shall meet all applicable load and flow requirements for intended use
  • Designed in accordance with ASME A112.18.2-2005 / CSA B125.2-05
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is it possible to remove the strainer

In order to snake the drain I need to remove the strainer. I don't see how I can do that without damaging the strainer.
Asked by: David
The strainer just pops off with aid of small screw driver. There are two clips that hold it into place on top of the PVC drain housing. I have had that type before and removing it will not damage it unless you pry it off without using some care. Just insert small screwdriver into the top hole of strainer and lift it off. (not rocket science)
Answered by: RBFL
Date published: 2017-01-27

is there a tool for tightening the lock nut?

Asked by: bob
Yes. Be sure to temporarily block the drain with a balled up paper towel or something so that the tool doesn't accidentally fall into the drain. Easier than trying to fish it out of the P trap. And be sure not to cross thread the lock nut which fits precisely within the drain body around the drain pipe. You can use a slip joint plier or a small strap wrench to tighten the outer lock nut over the drain body from below. No need to over tighten. The outer lock nut is logically not a leak seal but just meant to keep the drain body body flange tight to the floor of the shower. It need not be killer tight, just real snug.
Answered by: allthumbs
Date published: 2016-10-24

where does the plastic and rubber bushing go

no manual ... where does the plastic and rubber bushing go
Asked by: james
There are installation instructions on the Sioux Chief website. Google "Sioux Chief 828 installation" for the .pdf. After the drain body has been inserted through the floor of the shower, the rubber bushing and plastic ring go over the threaded part of the drain body between the outer lock nut and the underside of the floor of the shower. The rubber ring contacts the underside of the shower floor and the plastic ring sits between the rubber ring and the outer lock nut so that the lock nut doesn't distort the rubber ring when tightened.
Answered by: allthumbs
Date published: 2017-05-02

Can this be used with a 36 x 36 center drain shower pan?

Asked by: zzzzzzz
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2 in. PVC Shower Drain with Strainer is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked as advertised, easy to assemble.... Worked as advertised, easy to assemble.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value This is a low cost, well engineered, and nicely finished product. It installed easily and was water tight after the silicone caulk had cured. Installation instructions are on the Sioux Chief website; google "Sioux Chief 828 installation" for the .pdf. Comes with the tool to tighten the compression nut. The drain body does not "install from the top", and installation of the drain body requires access to the underside of the shower floor. If your PVC drain pipe is the prescribed height, the only tools needed are some good clear silicone caulk and a screw driver. If your PVC drain is not the required height, you have some preparatory cutting to do. The installations instructions say to run a "bead" of silicone caulk around the underside of the drain body flange. I don't know how much a "bead" is but would apply the silicone generously since it is the cured silicone and not the rubber sealing washer that is the true seal against leaks from under the drain body flange. The excess silicone that squishes out from under the flange as the drain body locking nut is tightened is easily cleaned up. The compression nut fits precisely over the PVC drain and within the drain body. Make sure that it's properly located and that you're not cross threading when tightening it down. It should start easily. The other good tip that I read was to temporarily block the drain with a crumpled paper towel before putting on the compression nut so that the compression nut tightening tool doesn't errantly fall into the P trap.
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy Shower drain to install We needed a shower drain that was able to be installed from the top once the shower pan was in place and this worked out well! Simply place some silicone under the drain rim and feed it though the hole. The screw the gaskets up from the bottom. Once the pan is in place the gaskets get tightened onto the pipe with a plastic o ring and you are done. Instructions were hard to read on the product but if you go there website they have great instructions!
Date published: 2013-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The PVC Shower Drain Strainer is working as it should. Drain Strainer is working with no leaks, working as advertised
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Product This product worked perfectly for us. Easy to install
Date published: 2015-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from the plastic drain leaks if the shower floor is not solid the driain leaked at day one. a professional plumber did the install, he came back six times over six months. it still leaks. i replaced it with a brass drain and reinforced the shower floor. no more leaks
Date published: 2013-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install drain I had called a plumber to replace my shower drain but after looking at it myself I took the old drain apart and replaced it myself in about 30 minutes. With the plumbers putty my cost was $10.63.
Date published: 2014-03-05
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