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Shower waste to 36mm weld

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by hotnuts21, 4 Jul 2016.

  1. hotnuts21

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    I've got existing 36mm waste which I can't replace and I want to join a new shower waste into it.

    I've looked but I'm well confused, the compression fitting should apparently take the solvent weld but the washer is too big.

    Is there a reducer I can screw onto the shower waste (40mm??) That has a solvent weld end. I've tried googling but it's not clear what will fit.

    Any suggestions as this is all going under a raised shower :(

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    Thnks
     

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    McAlpine multifit straight connector might do the job, try either 32mm ( will be a bit tight ) or 40mm ( tight it )

    Daniel.
     
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    OK cheers will have a look. The compression fitting on the sink waste goes on nicely so I think thats a 40mm, and the shower waste is a 50mm which is why its loose on the pipe.

    I will see what the plumb center has in the morning.
     
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