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Twist-N-Set 4 in. PVC Open Toilet Flange

  • Toilet flange constructed of durable plastic
  • Closet flange allows for tool-free installation
  • Fits into 4 in. PVC pipe and cast iron pipe
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Product Overview

Closed toilet flange

Testable Closet Flanges

Made with a test cap that easily and cleanly breaks out, eliminating the possibility of falling down the DWV line.

Metal toilet flange ring flush with the bathroom floor

Open Closet Flanges

Ring provides a crack-resistant connection between the water closet outlet and plumbing system that is flush with the floor.

ABS toilet flange with metal ring

Spigot Fit Closet Flanges

Spigot fit sits flush with the floor and allows for a quick and easy connection to the piping system.

PVC open toilet flange

Open

The open toilet flange requires a test plug or cap for pressure testing and is primarily used in repair work.

PVC closed toilet flange

Closed

The closed toilet flange with pre-installed ability for pressure testing is primarily used in new construction.

PVC with metal ring flange

Specialty

The 45-degree and offset specialty toilet flanges allow for margin of error in drain/pipe alignment.

ABS repair flange

Repair

The repair toilet flange replaces broken cast iron flanges.

Flange fitting inside pipe

Repair/Remodel Connection

Inside fit. Not code approved.

Flange fitting outside pipe

Inside/Outside Connection

Inside/ouside fit.

Flange fitting outside pipe

Hub Connection

Outside fit.

Flange fitting with spigot connection

Spigot Connection

Same size as pipe. Requires fitting.

Flange fitting pipe offset

Offset Connection

Inside/outside fit.

Flange fitting inside pipe

Twist-N-Set Connection

Inside fit. Not code approved.

The 4 in. PVC Twist-N-Set Toilet Bowl Flange features durable PVC plastic construction and a tapered design for an easy, tool-free installation. Constructed from durable plastic, this flange is meant to fit inside 4 in. PVC and cast iron piping. Its rubber compression gasket fits inside cast iron piping.
  • PVC plastic construction
  • Tapered design provides smooth, unrestricted flow
  • Rubber compression gasket expands to fit PVC and cast iron piping
  • Easy to use, no tools required
  • Flange fits inside 4 in. PVC and cast iron piping
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
7 in
Assembled Height (in.)
3.846 in
Assembled Width (in.)
7 in
Sleeve Diameter (in.)
3
Sleeve Length (in.)
5

Details

Color/Finish Family
White
Flange Included
Yes
Material
PVC
Offset Flange
No
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Toilet Flange
Provides Extension
No
Sleeve Included
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

19Questions32Answers

does it have to be screwed down?

Asked by Raymond April 30, 2021
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Answer

Yes. All toilet flanges should be secured to the subfloor.

I have a cast iron inside ID of 3.75. Will a 4 inch fit?

Asked by Dude February 20, 2021
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Been a while since i put one in cast iron but, 3.75 is substandard pipe and the 4" flange will be a tite fit. That is cutting it close. A smathering of SuperLube Synthetic grease (bcause it is rubber safe) may help. You might get both 3" and 4" and see which works best for your pipe. Take care not to damage and you can return the one you do not use.

how strong is the plastic?will it crack or split?

Asked by KB January 2, 2021
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I Replaced my toilet flange about 5 years ago. Because I had installed tile the floors . And I have not have had any problems, at all . none, nothing . no water leaks, no strange odors I am very happy with this upgrade . FYI to you DYI people, This Toilet Flange dose NOT Come with mounting bolts / Screws . i can guess the manufactory don't know what floor you have Wood, Cement, or Tile Floors . so be sure to pick up the correct mounting screws ..

will this seal into a drain pipe with an id of 4.25"

Asked by KevinM October 22, 2020
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The threaded portion of the discharge pipe is tapered to allow for accommodation of ID's. I think that it should work well for that application although I have not specifically had that situation. Good luck.

Can this flange be used with clay / ceramic pipe with ID 3-59/64 inch?

Asked by Tom October 5, 2020
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Answer

Yes.

Can it be used with an ABS toilet pipe ?

Asked by kreation July 27, 2020
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Yes.

What size screws should be used to screw this in to concrete? I tried Tapcon 3/16 in. x 1-3/4 in....

Asked by Trav January 7, 2020
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I used the same size Tapcon, but hex-head, and inserted a concave washer under the head of the Tapcon. I actually made the washers by denting them to make them concave.

What is the height of the portion that goes into the waste pipe? My waste line is about 1-1.5" be...

Asked by Andrew December 17, 2019
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1" should be ok. It depends on the effective ID of the pipe since the threads are tapered. It's worth a try.

Old flange, previously replaced broken and warped. Can't tell if the replacement is inside or out...

Asked by Dave December 3, 2019
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I don't think you'll have enough room if you leave the original sleeve in place. It needs four inches, inside dimension.

Can this be used to go inside a copper drain pipe?

Asked by Peter September 26, 2019
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I see no reason why not. It should make a good seal to the inside of any 4" pipe

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Customer Reviews

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Exactly what I needed for this repair. I had a broken cast iron flange, which I chiseled out & re...
Exactly what I needed for this repair. I had a broken cast iron flange, which I chiseled out & replaced with this PVC flange. It was a straight forward job. I also used a two part mortar epoxy to repair the broken up concrete around this cast iron pipe.
by MarkFred
2 people found this helpful
does not fit 3” pipe
I have the version that fits inside of a 3 inch pipe and it just rattles around. Look at the picture the outside diameter of the gasket is less than 3 inches
by alpinealltrades
1 person found this helpful
Worked like a champ. Strong and easy to install Feel safe that I wont have leaks with this piece...
Worked like a champ. Strong and easy to install Feel safe that I wont have leaks with this piece vs metal that was original and rusted
by Carlos
1 person found this helpful
This Oatey PVC Twist-n-set open flange is MADE IN THE USA! That was a nice surprise to encounter ...
This Oatey PVC Twist-n-set open flange is MADE IN THE USA! That was a nice surprise to encounter after receiving the product. It worked as expected The Toilet Bowl Flange appears to be made of durable PVC plastic. The design is tapered which helps with installation. The product should fit inside 4 in. PVC and cast iron piping. there is a rubber gasket in place for installing it in combination with cast iron pipes.
by emgc64
1 person found this helpful
The Oatey PVC Twist-n-set open flange isn't the ideal way of installing a new flange at all, but ...
The Oatey PVC Twist-n-set open flange isn't the ideal way of installing a new flange at all, but in some rare circumstances, this will work. Most flanges can be repaired or patched, but when the whole cast iron flange is shot and you need to make a repair without tearing everything up, this will push in place and then secure to the subfloor and will allow you to finish the job without leaks or smells!
by KyleThePlumber
I know this is going to sound like a negative review but I still recommend using the product, oka...
I know this is going to sound like a negative review but I still recommend using the product, okay the plastic is high quality and very durable, problem is that the flange pictured on the Home Depot site and the one that gets sent are different, the flange on the site has a nice taper, the flange sent is blunt, so this being a sleeve and already reducing the pipe diameter the taper would have solids transition but the one sent is blunt, other than that it works well, simply clean your old broken flange, slip this in with the supplied rubber seal, use stainless steel screws to bolt it to the floor and you have a quality temporary repair until you have time or money to do the job right, i look at it as a temporary permanent repair.
by Eddo90
The "twist in' toilet flanges are so much easier to use than the pvc cemented style. The twist in...
The "twist in' toilet flanges are so much easier to use than the pvc cemented style. The twist in style is also more convenient for any future repairs. The rubber gasket really fits tight and makes the user confident that they have a good seal under the toilet. Application of the flange is through an actual twisting motion and the correct final height is so much easier to achieve than with pvc cement style flanges.
by Chance
12 people found this helpful
This Oatey PVC Twist-n-Set Open Flange looks to be OK. I need to reset a toilet in the VERY near future, so I wanted to have this on hand for that job. Since I don’t have full use of both arms, I have to wait for someone to help. The cast iron flanges in our old house are rusted and broken. Since they’re done with lead joints and set in concrete, these repair flanges are the best option. I’ve previously used similar repair flanges, but with internal screw-type adjustment for tightening the gasket. This flange has the same type of seal, but the seal itself is threaded onto the tapered, threaded part of the flange that is inserted into the cast iron pipe, leaving the inside smooth. It is tightened by turning the flange using the closet mounting bolts. It looks like it will be quite easy to use, but I’m not sure yet whether or not this method will get the seal as tight as I want it, with the flange sitting flush on the old flange. I found pretty quickly, with the other style, that the repair flange gasket needs to be pretty tight to keep it from pulling loose, if there is ANY movement of the toilet. Since these repair flanges raise the toilet above the tile, it is necessary shim with wedges to level and stabilize it, followed by grouting around the base with sanded grout. Caulk will NOT do the job! I’m looking forward to trying this flange out to see if it works as well as, or better than, the other style.
by 1OldMan
It can be twisted down tight. An additional securing with screwing it down.
It can be twisted down tight. An additional securing with screwing it down.
by JB
2 people found this helpful
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