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Unread 05-28-2020, 10:10 AM   #1
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New drain

our new thin-bed drain with a clamping ring.

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Is there a mud bed install procedure? Looks nice. Like the clamp feature just like the Linear drains. Is there Wedge Wire look available in both?
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I'm wondering about a mud bed install too. I notice that there is mention of a weep system. Is this in the threads of the screw-in riser? Is there any requirements for keeping those clear? I don't imagine pea gravel would be an option.

Looks like a nice design with a clamping collar. I'm interested and still have an unused Noble NTCA voucher for this year to use...
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We do have a ''mud bed" adaptor to lift it up. Ill try to post it.
At the present time we only have the 5 finishes but will be expanding it.
The weeps are in the threads and the strainer head covers the area so they don't get plugged up.
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I knew you guys didn't forget us guys who still do mud!!
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