pvc pipe to steel pipe fitting


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Old 06-02-01, 01:14 PM
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I ned to attach PVC drain pipe to existing steel pipe. What should I use?
 
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A Fernco coupling, which is just a rubber sleeve with two large hose clamps.
Go to http://www.bhglive.com/homeimp/ for illustrated info.
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Old 06-03-01, 05:52 PM
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Did the same thing when I bought my house. That rubber coupling is made several ways so be sure you get a steel PIPE-to-PVC type. I have seen them for iron-to-copper, copper-to-PVC, galvanized-to-pvc, etc. (I had to buy mine from a manufacturing distributor at the time, because the local hardware could/would not order it. PVC was not as abundant as it is today...) My house drain exits the house with about 1" of extension. Naturally it had experienced some corrosion. I was told if that 1" pipe ever became unusable, they made some sort of tube that would extend INTO the old pipe, thus making it smaller -- something I don't want to do. I am hoping to outlive that old pipe & the rubber.
 
 

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