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Model #C2698C

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1-1/2 in. Sink Drain Pipe Plastic Slip-Joint Nut with Rubber Reducing Washers

  • Creates a watertight seal on to p trap
  • Slip joint design makes it easy to fix and replace
  • Includes polypropylene slip joint and two washers
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Product Overview

Plastic tubing underneath kitchen sink

Kitchen

Kitchen tubular products are available in 1-1/2” options and include p-traps, s-traps, j-bends, waste arms, extension tubes, and escutcheon plates.

Plastic tubing underneath bathroom sink

Bath

Bathroom tubular products are available in 1-1/4” options and include p-traps, s-traps, j-bends, waste arms, extension tubes, and escutcheon plates.

Plastic tubing underneath bathroom sink

General Tubular

Complete your kitchen or bathroom sink drain install project with Everbilt's expansive assortment of brass, plastic, and commercial drain products.

1-1/2" Kitchen

1-1/2" For Kitchen

1-1/2" tubular is suitable for kitchen sink drain applications.

1-1/4" Bathroom

1-1/4" For Bathroom

1-1/4" tubular is suitable for bathroom sink drain applications.

Polypropylene plastic tubing underneath kitchen sink

Plastic Tubular

Constructed of durable, impact-resistant polypropylene plastic.

Chrome-plated tubing underneath kitchen sink

Chrome-Plated Tubular

Constructed of a chrome-plated brass that will not corrode or oxidize.

Chrome-plated tailpiece

Tailpiece

Includes required hardware to allow for a quick and easy connection between the sink drain and garbage disposal.

Plastic wall tube

Wall Tube

Allows for a quick and easy installation by connecting the sink drain with the p-trap.

Chrome pop-up drain assembly

Pop-Up Assembly

Includes required hardware for an easy to assemble pop-up drain.

Plastic p-trap

P-Trap

Includes required hardware for an easy installation that keeps sewer gases from coming up the sink drain.

Chrome escutcheon plate

Escutcheon

Hides the hole that the kitchen sink drain pipe runs through, and offers utility while adding an elite look.

Plastic slip joint

Slip Joint Nut

Slip joint design makes it easy to create a watertight seal on to p-trap.

Features of the 1.5 in. Plastic Slip Joint Nut include a polypropylene construction for added durability. It is finished in white and designed for use in tubular drain applications. Sizes are in 1.25 in. or 1.5 in.
  • Features a leak tight washer
  • Polypropylene plastic construction
  • Easy installation
  • 1-1/2 in. or 1-1/4 in. sizes
  • Slip joint nut
  • White finish
  • Click here to learn more about how to replace a sink drain trap.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
2.31 in
Assembled Height (in.)
0.69 in
Assembled Width (in.)
2.79 in
Outside Diameter
1.5 in
Product Depth (in.)
1.5
Product Height (in.)
0.5
Product Width (in.)
1.5

Details

Application
Bathroom Sink,Kitchen Sink,Laundry/Utility
Beveled
Yes
Chemical resistant
Yes
Color/Finish
Green
Color/Finish Family
Green
Fits Faucet Brand
All Brands
Material
Plastic
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Washer
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Style
Trade Size
0
Washer Type
Slip Joint

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

9Questions16Answers

This may be a stupid question but the connector we have now broke and it’s 2inches in diameter. The pipe itself is only

Asked by Brittney March 2, 2020
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Answers

Did you have any success. Oatey weren't very helpful, were they? LOL. Just a no, with no follow-up. I'm in the same boat as you. When you search online for these things at different companies, sometimes it's made clear that the diameter stated is the diameter of the pipe the nut will go around. I'm gonna head to HD now with a tape measure because maybe this is the right size we both need!

Can this washer be exposed to gasoline?

Asked by Phillip April 17, 2019
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If you have kids (e.g. boys), drain pipe sure could be exposed to gasoline!

I am trying to connect my delta single hand center set to my sink, I need a nut or bolt of what s...

Asked by Popcoen November 25, 2019
2
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Yes I ordered the part on line to pick up at the store had no problems

Why is there two rubber gasket or reduce washers, green? Which one do I use for my kitchen sink ...

Asked by bren May 4, 2020
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Good question, you’ll find out when you get under the sink, that you either dont need them or you need another part to make them work.

I bought this plus an Oatey 1-1/2 in. x 6 in. PVC Flanged Strainer Tailpiece, but neither of the ...

Asked by Mike101 June 19, 2018
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i think you may be putting two different parts together. when you have a tailpiece, going into the waste drain, it is this slip joint washer that grips the side of it, and the knurled nut compresses it and seals it tightly. at the top of the tailpiece, where it fits against the bottom of the sink drain, like a T shape, the washer there is a "flanged washer" it is just for the top of the tailpiece connecting to the sink drain, and that will seal tightly also. but you have to have the right parts. I am thinking you got a compression nut and two washers, one is 1-1/2 and is V shaped. the second washer is really a reducing washer that goes around a 1-1/4" drain pipe. see if that helps...... the other thing is, when you have a metal tailpiece, a fiber washer actually seals better. Plastic washers are best with plastic polypropylene pipe

will this fit on brass

Asked by joey August 5, 2016
1
Answer

yes

What is the order and orientation of the parts???

Asked by Bob December 27, 2015
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Answer

You don't use both washers in the package. The washer with the larger inside diameter is for 1 1/2" pipe and the smaller washer is for 1 1/4" pipe.

I am seeking to connect plastic drain pipe to 1 1/2" copper pipe. Will this work to make a water ...

Asked by Chris August 14, 2017
1
Answer

If you are connecting at the joint under your sink off of the waste arm then yes but there would need to be a threaded waste connector at that connection in order for the nut to thread into.

which direction should this be mounted? my connection is 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 I tried pointing the bev...

Asked by mark October 23, 2017
1
Answer

Bevel should go down and the joint should be square and not off center which could distort the gasket.

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