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Connecting 32mm Basin Waste To Wall Hung Frame

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by *Dan*, 16 Jul 2020.

  1. *Dan*

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    i am in the process of fitting a wall hung basin frame by abacus or grohe. These frames have the 1 1/4 inch waste connectors on the frame which I can just hopefully connect to my waste pipe shown in the pictures.

    Is it just a case of solvent cement another piece of 32mm pipe to extend the pipe I have cut off to meet with the basin waste outlet on the frame itself. Can the drop be completely vertical from the basin to the bottom of the waste pipe (after the trap)were it has two obtuse bends before going to the waste box.

    I have to drill a hole in the floor I have removed to make way for the waste pipe so don’t want to drill the hole if I have to modify it!

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  2. denso13

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    Yep.

    No problem with that.
     
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    Thanks for reply now just the issue of it aligning with the attachment on the frame itself. I have drawn a faint black line on the chipboard flooring adjacent to the pipe I still have and that is the centreline of the attachment on the frame itself. It’s a couple off mm out so may have to bend the pipe slightly to get it on. Trying not to use any more attachments!
     
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    There is usually some flex on the pipe, even if solvent weld. A few mm shouldn't matter.
     
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