A: I doubt it will work. It is basically the lid for a 9 in. x 9 in. Plastic Square Drainage Catch Basin in Black, 2 Opening Kit. This catch basin connects to 3" or 4" PVC pipes. Most drain systems use 4" mains. You may need to go to a specialty house for 8 inch lines...
A: It is made for a 6 inch pipe not an 8 so I think it wll be small
A: The grate will fit on the 9" square NDS catch basin. The largest pipe that catch basin can attach to is 6" pipe.
A: No it is not the correct size to connect to your pipe
A: One of mine is connected to basically in this way.
A: The catch basin can be beneficial if there is a lot of debris on the roof, maybe from trees. The grate will filter out much of the larger debris and prevent it from going down the drain line.
A: Yes, it will work on a drain from 5 3/4 up to 8 inches
A: This drain cover would cover you drain, but it is designed for a 4 inch drain pipe. You could try it, but I would be reluctant to step on it. Plumbing Supply has a 7.25 inch cast iron cover online. Go to the prodesk at Home Depot to see if they can order a cover for that size of drain for safety.
A: No. It's larger than that.
A: It is very common for these grates to be installed outdoors in concrete floors. You will want to have this sitting in a sewer and drain coupling that is placed on top of the drain pipe. Cover the top of the grate with masking tape to prevent concrete from getting in the pipe. Pour concrete, remove tape, and smooth concrete around grate. This grate will support pedestrians walking on this. If heavy wheeled objects will be rolling over the grate, it would be best to cover the grate with a piece of plywood before rolling over the grate.
A: Yes, I embedded my basin into concrete, but I can remove it when needed.
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