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Unread 04-30-2014, 09:45 PM   #23
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Schluter Shower Drain

Question on Schluter Drains... I learned that my local building code for multifamily units only allows metal drains/pipe - so looks like the Kerdi ABS/PVC options are out. I see that Schluter makes 2 Stainless Steel drain options - a No Hub and a Threaded. Does anyone have any experience with these?

No Hub Question:
I do not have access to the drain from below - does the no-hub need to be connected with a Fernco style adapter (after the pan is laid down)? Thinking no drain access from below or the side would rule this option out.

Threaded Question:
Seems like the threaded drain might be what i need -- can't find any installation information on this drain, does it get hand tightened from above the foam tray? Literature says it only requires pipe tape applied to the threads for installation...

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