Full Thread Waste Coupling (3 Inches) (304 Grade) - By Ruhe®
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- AISI 304-Grade Stainless Steel
- Suitable for washbasins
- Efficiently sieves out waste to prevent drainage pipe clogging
- Tested for extreme temperatures
- 100% Made in India Waste Coupling for Toilets
- Eco-friendly & Damage-free Packaging.
- 1 Year Warranty
- Do not use any harsh chemicals like strong detergents/Acids.
- We assure you that the product is 100% made of 304-Grade Stainless Steel, but it is not entirely rust-proof and requires regular maintenance.
- The 8% Nickle helps in resisting rusting for a longer time.
- Waste Coupling
- Brass Chucknut
Also Referred as: wash basin coupling, ss coupling, basin waste coupling, wash basin jali, basin coupling, basin jali, waste jali wash basin.
Customer Questions and Answers
Are waste coupling, drainer, and coupler the same?
No, they are not exactly the same. A waste coupling refers to a fitting that connects the sink or basin to the waste pipe, allowing water to drain out. A drainer typically refers to the component that includes the drain hole and may also include a strainer to catch debris. A coupler, on the other hand, is a broader term used for a device that connects two pipes or hoses together. While they all play roles in the drainage system, their specific functions and designs differ.
Can I use this coupling in the kitchen too?
Yes, waste couplings are commonly used in kitchens as well as bathrooms. They are an essential part of the sink's drainage system, connecting the sink to the waste pipes. Make sure the coupling you choose is suitable for the size and type of sink in your kitchen.
What is the standard size of the hole for this waste coupling?
The standard size for a waste coupling hole in sinks is typically around 1½ inches (approximately 38mm) in diameter. However, this can vary depending on the design and brand of the sink. It’s always best to check the specifications of your sink or consult with a professional to determine the exact size needed for your specific setup.
What is the most commonly used material for coupling?
Waste couplings are most commonly made from materials like stainless steel, brass, and PVC. Stainless steel is popular for its durability and resistance to corrosion.