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Is this soil connector available??

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Jack07, 6 Feb 2020.

  1. Jack07

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    Hi,

    I am looking for a connector if available ?

    I have a 110mm soil pipe entering my house from a new side extension toilet. This needs to be connected to a ground clay soil pipe. So the plastic needs to be bent down 90⁰ into the clay pipe which is currently flush with the concrete floor, I can nibble around the edge if needed but I would rather insert a male end into the clay due to the flow. The clay pipe is 95mm Internal, 130mm external.
    Can anyone tell me if there is such a connection that would enable me to do this? Space is very tight so I dont have room to fit much.

    Basically, I need some sort of flexible pipe with a 110mm to a clay, male end?
    Or maybe a clay to plastic male then I could connect a flexible 110mm pipe?

    Any advice or recommendations would be much appreciated!
     
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    A photo would help
     
  4. Jack07

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    I will try and post a pic.

    Since my post I've been trawling the internet and maybe a flexible pan connector might work?
    It has a 4" male end which could be pushed into the clay pipe and the female end can take the 110mm plastic.
     
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    In the bad old days this used to be done with a Multiquik - then rats would eat the soft plastic :eek:
     
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    I’ve replaced a few with multikwik fittings, I think because they leaked (not done one for years).
     
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