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Model #15013

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24 in. Aluminum Drain Pan

  • Durable aluminum construction resists cracking and rusting
  • Helps prevent damage from runoff, leaks or temperature
  • Designed for use with electric and gas water heaters
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Price:
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Product Overview

With a durable aluminum body, this Aluminum Water Heater Pan resists cracking and rusting to offer long-lasting use. This versatile pan protects both electric and gas heaters from water leaks and runoff from temperature and pressure relief valve activation. A fitting is included with the pan.
  • Can be used for both gas and electric water heaters
  • 1 in./1.5 in. PVC fitting is included
  • Pre-cut side opening for drain fitting
  • To be installed underneath the water heater
  • Protects floors from water damage

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
25.44
Product Height (in.)
3.19
Product Width (in.)
25.44

Details

Finish Family
Silver Metallic
Material
Aluminum
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
2.160
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-year limited warranty: This item will be replaced to the original purchaser if proven defective in materials and/or workmanship (labor costs not included).

Questions & Answers

17Questions41Answers

How long will it take for this to rust with water inside ? No BS answers please.

Asked by ki July 1, 2020
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I loved

How soon will this thing start to rust with water inside ? Please don't give BS answers. We know ...

Asked by ki June 29, 2020
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It is made of aluminum. It will bend easier than steel but won’t rust.

size of pvc pipe?

Asked by he June 20, 2020
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The opening in the fitting measures 1.3 inches. That matches up with the OD of 1-inch PVC pipe.

What size pan do you use for a 40gal tank?

Asked by Amy January 14, 2020
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Depends on diameter of heater, pan should be a least 2 " larger than tank

How do you hook up a hose to the drain valve when the heater is in the pan?

Asked by Bwswede December 5, 2019
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Not much clearance, if tank is full too heavy to lift.

Instead of PVC piping and garden hose, what other flexible code-compliant tubing could I use for ...

Asked by superman September 21, 2019
3
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Metal hose of coarse.

Why, specifically, does this have a calprop warning? Does any lead or other toxins leak into the...

Asked by Nunya September 1, 2019
4
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The pan comes with a pvc fitting which fits into the side drain hole and can be easily plugged by a male threaded pvc plug if not connected to a drainage pipe (not recommended).

How do you plug the PVC fitting/hole if not connecting it to a drainage pipe?

Asked by dave June 21, 2019
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Answers

You can place a cap on threaded connector.

My water heater rusted at the bottom and the flood gates opened, do I need this or a new water heater

Asked by Celesgem November 7, 2018
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If you don't have a drain pan, you should get one. Because, it will catch any overflow caused by a leaking connection or the pressure relief valve, the heater drain, etc. etc.. Do a thorough inspection to determine the leak source. It could be a simple fix. Unless you take it apart after you've installed a new heater you won't find out where the leak was until afterwards. And sadly, it's too late. Your chances of bragging about your 20 yr water heater just went up the basement stairs. Unless you have no problem throwing down a payment, don't immediately blame the water heater. A wise old mechanic once said, "I've aligned more front ends, with a grease gun than with a wrench....

Is this hard to replace an old drain pan? the water is on the attic.

Asked by oldhome92 September 22, 2018
5
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I would suggest talking to a plumber, I don't think it would be as easy as one in the garage.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 495 reviews
  • 91% recommend this product
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Did the job!!
Did the job!!
by Ann
Buy this 22" pan for 19" water heater
New water heater front guard panel would not fit with my existing 20" pan. With 22" new drain pan, the front panel went on with ease.
by Louis
Perfect
Perfect
by Randy
Keeps the water heater off the floor, perfect fit.
Keeps the water heater off the floor, perfect fit.
by shadownav
I was successful in placing the Pan under the new empty water heater (40 gal} by using pulleys to...
I was successful in placing the Pan under the new empty water heater (40 gal} by using pulleys to lift it a few inches.
by Rick
1 person found this helpful
worked well
worked well
by Woody
If you periodically flush your water heater, as I do, the depth of the pan makes it difficult to ...
If you periodically flush your water heater, as I do, the depth of the pan makes it difficult to connect a hose to the valve. I set the heater on some scrap pieces of Lifeproof flooring, which raised it enough to solve the problem.
by BigAl
4 people found this helpful
Being that this is made of aluminum I know and have a lot of confidence it will not leak or corro...
Being that this is made of aluminum I know and have a lot of confidence it will not leak or corrode over time. I do recommend this to anyone who is looking for a replacement pan this will fit the bill as a one-time replacement. Being that the pain is a little larger than the water heater itself it allowed for the water drain stem to not interfere with the pan which is still easy to drain and flush out if still needed also the pan drill hole can be cut to size you can bend this pain as well if you need to manipulate it.
by Pete
2 people found this helpful
I installed the product a few days ago and am happy with the outcome. Given the kind of material ...
I installed the product a few days ago and am happy with the outcome. Given the kind of material used and how thin it is, one has to be careful placing it under a water heater and connecting the PVC outlet (fitting included with product) not to bend or dent the pan or its rim. I am glad to say that the installation could not go any better, and the product is functional and looks good.
by Joe
3 people found this helpful
HEY, GLAD I WENT TO THE HOME DEPOT AND BOUGHT THIS PAN AS THE STUPID INSTALLER NEVER BROUGHT ONE ...
HEY, GLAD I WENT TO THE HOME DEPOT AND BOUGHT THIS PAN AS THE STUPID INSTALLER NEVER BROUGHT ONE AND UNDER A 50 GALLON TANK YOU BETTER HAVE ONE OR REGRET IT. NICE DRAIN TOO!
by RonNtEXAS
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