Tubular Drain Parts
Plated in Chrome and Special Finishes
Chrome and special finish drain components are perfect for exposed drains, providing all the functionality of PVC or ABS but with a decorator touch. Looking for more finishes? PlumbingSupply.com®
also offers a great selection of special finish p-traps
as well as many different bathroom sink drains
available in a variety of styles and finishes. We are your
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Tubular P-Trap Kits
Semi Cast Brass P-Trap Kits
Includes semi cast brass J-bend with cleanout, 17 gauge wall bend, brass coupling nut, and flange - all with chrome-plated finish
Semi Cast Brass P-Trap Kit
22 gauge - includes J-bend, floor bend, washers, and flange (view component parts
) - all with chrome-plated finish
ALL brands and sizes of S-traps are NOT CODE
since they do not allow for proper venting.
Tubular 1-1/2" S-Trap Kit - $29.06
Washing Machine Trap Kit
Chrome-plated cast brass construction - 22 gauge - 1-1/2" OD x 25-1/2" length
Tubular Washing Machine Trap Kit - $44.35
End Outlet Continuous Waste Kit
End Outlet Continuous Waste Kit - $32.57
Center Outlet Continuous Waste Kit
Center Outlet Continuous Waste Kit - $31.69
Freedom Arm - Offset Trap Arm
- Save Time & Money with The Freedom Arm!
- Cleans up the overall appearance of the job by eliminating the need for multiple pipes
- Available in 8 different variations - versatile to meet just about any installation need
- Types of variations: left bend or right bend, 22° or 45°, long or short
- 1 1/2" chrome plated brass tubular 17 gauge
- Attach directly to your 1-1/2" J-bend
- Shown (image at left) with escutcheon, sold separately
To determine if a left or right bend is needed: When facing the wall, if the drain in the wall is on the left of the sink drain tailpiece, you will need a left bend arm. If the drain in the wall is on the right of the sink drain tailpiece, you will need a right bend arm. Also: if the offset is more or less than the offset of the Freedom Arm try rotating the J-bend left or right to fine tune the offset.
1-1/2" Backwards J-Bend
Direct Connect Waste Arm
1-1/2" x 7" Direct Connect Waste Arm
Chrome on Brass (22ga) - $9.27
Chrome-plated brass slip joint union - 22 gauge - available in three styles
1-1/4" Straight Union
1-1/4" 45° Union
1-1/4" 90° Union
Limited to Stock
Double Slip Joint Extensions
1-1/2" x 16" Double Slip-Joint Extension (22 gauge) - $22.51
1-1/4" Flanged Tail Pieces - includes Nut and Washer
Fits vessel sink drains with 1-1/4" NPSM shank threads - includes nut & washer (view component parts
1-1/4" x 6" Flanged Tailpiece with Nut & Washer
1-1/2" Flanged Tail Pieces
1-1/2" x 8" Flanged Tailpiece - Chrome (20 gauge) - $7.76
1-1/2" x 12" Flanged Tailpiece - Chrome (22 gauge) - $8.57
1-1/2" Double Flanged Tail Pieces
1-1/2" x 16" Double Flanged Tailpiece
Double Threaded Tailpieces
Wye Dishwasher Tailpieces
1-1/2" OD Escutcheons
Slip Joint (SJ) Nuts
1-1/2" Poly S.J. Nut - Black
1-1/2" S.J. Nut - All Brass
Washers & D-Rings
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Slip Joint vs Direct Connect
The images below show the differences between a slip joint connection and a direct connect fitting
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What does tubular mean?"
A.It is a thinner walled pipe most commonly used under sinks to attach sink drains to the house drain. It allows the use of slip joint adjustable connections by being light weight yet durable, also it's easier to install compared to direct hard line connections.
Q. "What does "PVD" polished brass mean?"
A."PVD" stands for "Physical Vapor Deposition", which is a modern plating process used in faucet manufacturing. Vaporized zirconium reacts with nitrogen and other gases to form a VERY durable plated surface. Unlike polished brass finishes in the past that would easily tarnish over time, polished brass finishes with PVD are extremely durable and won't generally tarnish or discolor.
Q. "Are the brass and antique finishes as durable as chrome?"
A.No, we like to recommend only chrome finishes as they will not tarnish with proper care.
Q. "Why are s-traps not code and why do you offer them?"
A. S-traps were one method of mechanical trap that were used around the turn of the century in instances where plumbing came up through the floor. They were disallowed due to the strong potential of siphonage, which breaks the trap seal and allows sewer gasses to enter the home. A few rare municipalities still occasionally allow s-traps to be "grandfathered in" if the installation meets certain criteria. However, this is certainly not the case in all areas and we strongly recommend that you check with your local code to confirm.
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