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  • pvc to cast question ????

    I have a customer that has 4” cast stack, it is sticking out of the floor about 3/8 of an inch. is there a way to attach pvc to this pipe. Like a slide in insert type fern co. the cast is a messed up.

    So he wants to put pvc up to this point with put busting up the floor???

    The cast isn’t strong enough to just use a fern co this is his and my dilemma
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    Re: pvc to cast question ????

    i would like something like this?
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    • #3
      Re: pvc to cast question ????

      this would be much better for this aplacation
      any clue where to get one and what it is called ???
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      • #4
        Re: pvc to cast question ????

        Can you take a hammer drill and go around the cast all you need is 1" for a no hub

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          Re: pvc to cast question ????

          I would prefer not to, but if I have to I will.
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            Re: pvc to cast question ????

            here is a drawing
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            • #7
              Re: pvc to cast question ????

              mike unless you insert a 3'' pvc riser into the 4''. there is no insert fitting.

              i use a core drill and drill a 5.5'' outer hole around the 4'' pipe. then just chip it out.

              rick.
              phoebe it is

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              • #8
                Re: pvc to cast question ????

                I agree with the pp, just chip away. A clampall needs 1 1/2", then you could go full size and just motar the small concrete damage.

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                • #9
                  Re: pvc to cast question ????

                  Originally posted by appletondrain View Post
                  I have a customer that has 4” cast stack, it is sticking out of the floor about 3/8 of an inch. is there a way to attach pvc to this pipe. Like a slide in insert type fern co. the cast is a messed up.

                  So he wants to put pvc up to this point with put busting up the floor???

                  The cast isn’t strong enough to just use a fern co this is his and my dilemma
                  Do you have the hub or just the pipe?

                  Thanks.


                  J.C.

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                  • #10
                    Re: pvc to cast question ????

                    he is a pic of the pipe.
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                    • #11
                      Re: pvc to cast question ????

                      Unfortunately I think the floor will need to be opened up, in order to make a proper connection. Just do it right the first time and you will be the hero in the long run.

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                      • #12
                        Re: pvc to cast question ????

                        Originally posted by appletondrain View Post
                        he is a pic of the pipe.
                        Boots look new. You must be doing OK.

                        Rick's right. I think you should plug the pipe off with some rags or a test ball or something then use a dry concrete core bit around the perimeter of the pipe. I would use a clamp all too, instead of a mission, because you have that broken section and that extra half inch may make be important.

                        If you worked in my area I have a Bosch 5" dry core bit for concrete and Bosch Bohrhammer you would be welcome to use. I see you live 5 hours away.
                        Time flies like an arrow.

                        Fruit flies like a banana.

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                          Re: pvc to cast question ????

                          The ho opted for a temp fix.”HACK” I told him the floor would need to come up. he said ok next time it back up break out the floor.

                          The pipe wasn’t good enough to even hold a fern co, that far gone..

                          P.S. my boot get pressure washer every time I use my jetter.

                          I have 3 pears
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                          • #14
                            Re: pvc to cast question ????

                            Originally posted by appletondrain View Post
                            The ho opted for a temp fix.”HACK” I told him the floor would need to come up. he said ok next time it back up break out the floor.

                            The pipe wasn’t good enough to even hold a fern co, that far gone..

                            P.S. my boot get pressure washer every time I use my jetter.

                            I have 3 pears

                            Lemme guess duct tape Gotta love it ..Ijust tell em' no problem and
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