We offer many sizes of Trap Adapters to fit any type of trap and outlet drain piping you could possibly run into. Cast iron, PVC, ABS, steel or copper drain lines can easily be connected to your sink p-trap. You can choose the easy to use flexible type or the conventional glue-on type for plastic piping.
Trap To Drain Flexible Adapters
These trap to drain adapters are so flexible they can be used for bathroom sinks, kitchen sinks, laundry trays, bar sinks, bathtubs or utility sinks to quickly connect to drain pipes. And you won't have to wait for any glue to dry. By tightening the stainless steel clamps provided these adapters instantly create a leak proof sanitary seal.
Flexible Trap Adapters Advantages:
- No messy gluing, threading or soldering needed!
- Marine grade stainless steel rust proof clamps included
- Flexible connectors adapt to dissimilar or same type of piping
- Simple to install; push over piping and tighten the clamps with flat head screwdriver or 5/16" nut driver wrench
- Resilient, tough elastomeric PVC composition provide leak proof drain, waste and sewer connections
These P-trap adapters easily adapt schedule 40 ABS or PVC, cast iron or steel pipes coming out of the wall or floor to tubular OD
trap or tubing sizes. These are used under sinks and laundry trays where the tubular fittings are adjustable with slip joint nuts and washers. These adapters will fit both 1-1/2" and 1-1/4" tubular outside diameter trap pipe sizes, just in case you aren't sure which size you have. Yes, they are that flexible!
Trap Adapters for schedule 40 ABS, PVC, cast iron or steel pipes coming out of the wall to connect to schedule 40 ABS, PVC or cast iron p-traps. These adapters are used for p-traps without swivel nuts like cast iron or the more common solvent ABS or PVC p-traps that are completely glued in place. 1-1/2" adapters are used for tubs or sinks, 2" adapters are used for showers or washing machine standpipes.
These Flexible Trap Adapters will connect ABS/PVC/Cast-Iron or tubular
sized pipe to Copper Drainage Pipes.
Tubular Drain Pipe Flexible Connectors
These Trap Adapters features:
- Quickly repair or extend tubular piping
- Fits Tubular Chrome/Brass ABS or PVC 1-1/4" or 1-1/2" OD sizes
- Easily connects and adapts brass to brass, plastic to plastic or plastic to brass
- Push over piping and tighten the clamps
- Fits Tubular Chrome/Brass ABS or PVC 1-1/4" or 1-1/2" OD trap sizes
- Leak free, reliable seal for sinks, garbage disposal or laundry tub drains
Glue-On Trap Adapters
ABS Male Trap Adapters
Spigot x Slip Joint
Male Spigot fits into Hub
Slip Joint nut/washer fits over tubular pipe
ABS Female Trap Adapters
Hub x Slip Joint
Female Hub fits over ABS schedule 40 pipe
Slip Joint nut/washer fits over tubular pipe
Related Items & Accessories
(and what they mean)
CI: Cast iron
Fipt: Female pipe threads on the inside of fitting
FTG: The same size as the pipe. Will fit inside a socket (hub) fitting
Mipt: Male iron pipe threads on the outside of fitting
Hub: Part of fitting the pipe inserts into
ID: Inside Diameter
Nom: Nominal. Used to describe copper pipe and fittings in plumbing. Refers to the
inside diameter of the pipe which varies by thickness of the pipe. The outside is a constant size
and is always 1/8" larger than the nominal size. Example: 1/2" nominal is always 5/8" O.D.
OD: Outside Diameter
SJ: Slip Joint. Compression nuts/washers create seal from fittings to pipe
Spigot: Fitting end same size as pipe. Will glue into hub of another fitting
Tubular: Under sink drainage piping measured by outside diameter
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What is tubular sized pipe?"
A. Tubular sized piping can be made out of ABS, PVC, or polypropylene. It is used mainly for under sink p-traps and drain fittings that use compression style washers and nuts to create a seal referred to as slip joint connections. The slip joint connections allow the tubing and fittings to be cut and adjusted as needed for each individual installation. The tubing is sized according to the outside dimensions of the pipe.
Q. "My kitchen drain doesn't quite line up with my trap. Is there a flexible adapter or connector that I can install in order to fix this?"
A. There are flexible tubular coupling and extensions available, however, we feel those types of adapters should be your last resort because they are designed with corrugations which can cause hair or debris to build up and create unnecessary stoppages. We strongly suggest you use solid drain type fittings to correct any alignment needed. Oftentimes the trap itself can be swiveled to correct the alignment needed to match the drain pipe angle.
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