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Clay gully to 110mm plastic hopper

Discussion in 'Building' started by Fariah, 3 May 2021.

  1. Fariah

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    Hi there I'm wanting to fit 110mm plastic hopper to and unusually larger clay gully I think I need an adaptor. Please see pics for measurements.

    Can anyone advise me on what I need.
     

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    110mm plastic hopper? Do you mean soil pipe?
     
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    Use a 150/160mm one instead.
     
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    Hemp rope and mortar.
     
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    No a square clay hopper sits in there but it's all smashed up. So want tho replace them with modern plastic also so I can then tap in the side
     
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    I think the internal gap will be way too big to attempt that
     
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    I can't read the measurements from your pic. What is the internal diameter? Is it six inches? Is there an enlarged "socket" at the end? Or is it the same all the way down? I can see a collar round the top but it is shallower than I'd expect.

    I can't make out from your pic what it is. Is it a trap, like a yard gulley goes into? Outside the kitchen sink, perhaps?

    If it is old, and the concrete around it is cracked, patched or sunken, it is probably broken below the ground and needs digging out.

    please post a photo of the "hopper"
     
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    It's the kitchen drain but I plan on swapping out all 6 round the house. It's like a P trap. The inner hole diameter is a tight 15cm and the inner shelf is 19cm.

    No leaks there all intact no cracks
     
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    I'll take a pic of the existing clay hopper when it stops chucking it down
     
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    I think the right adaptor is this one but there no max diameter on the lip
     

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    That will be too tall.
     
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    Dig the clay pot out and replace it. A new plastic Bottle Gulley will have a back inlet or boss on each side, (depending on which one you buy, Floplast/Osma). Be a better job than trying to bodge up what you've got there.
     
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