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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.
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.
Complete your kitchen or bathroom sink drain install project with Everbilt's expansive assortment of brass, plastic, and commercial drain products.
1-1/2" tubular is suitable for kitchen sink drain applications.
1-1/4" tubular is suitable for bathroom sink drain applications.
Constructed of durable, impact-resistant polypropylene plastic.
Constructed of a chrome-plated brass that will not corrode or oxidize.
Includes required hardware to allow for a quick and easy connection between the sink drain and garbage disposal.
Allows for a quick and easy installation by connecting the sink drain with the p-trap.
Includes required hardware for an easy to assemble pop-up drain.
Includes required hardware for an easy installation that keeps sewer gases from coming up the sink drain.
Hides the hole that the kitchen sink drain pipe runs through, and offers utility while adding an elite look.
Slip joint design makes it easy to create a watertight seal on to p-trap.
A: The plug is for porcelain enamel sinks that have a built-in hole or holes at the top of the bowl to drain away overflowing water if the tap is left on too long. There is a drain built into the side of the porcelain bowl down to the large hole at the bottom. The holes in the side of this tailpiece will allow water from the overflow holes to enter the primary sink drain with this particular type of bowl. The tailpiece is not to be used with stainless steel sinks.
A: Those are to receive the overflow from a bathroom sink. If your sink does not have an overflow then you need one without the holes.
A: It could be your overflow under your sink,may have a hole a small one,if your sink is older made of metal it could rust
A: i could not, had to use a different style, had enough plumbers putty to seal the blow hole on a whale, just very flimsy.
A: Make sure you put enough putty under Flange before you tightened it down. make sure it is tight enough and also make sure the large nut on the underside of the sink is tightened to where the gasket underneath is in the flattened state.