- Drain Pans for use with any slot drain style sink.
- Works simply by catching the water from various sizes of non-traditional drains, from all types of material- concrete, Corian/solid surface, marble, slate, natural stone, etc.
- Connects to standard plumbing (standard 1.5" pipe thread).
- Drain pan attaches to the under side of the concrete sink, catches the water that falls through the concrete sink's slot-drain, and drains into a standard 1 1/2" diameter drain pipe (drain tail pipe piece not included).
- The small 'Mini' size can be used with any normal bathroom sized sink where a normal round drain isn't desired. Example- using a 1.5" long piece of Plexiglas to create a mini-slot drain on a bathroom sink mold, normally designed for a round hole in the concrete.
- Made of very durable Black ABS plastic, 1/8" thick.
- Shallow profile (approx. 1" deep), and sloped toward the center to assist water to flow to the drain pipe.
- Drain pan has a small flange lip to attach screws through into the concrete if needed, and to provide a surface to silicone for a water-tight seal. Flange can be easily trimmed or sanded down if a smaller overall size is needed.
- We also make Stainless Steel Drain Pans (Sold Here).
- 3" Size: Inner Dimensions: 3"L x 3"W. Outer Dimensions: 4"L x 4"W x 1 1/2"D*.
- 13" Size: (Narrower Design) Inner Dimensions: 13"L x 2"W. Outer Dimensions: 14"L x 3"W x 1 1/2"D*.
- 17" Size: (Narrower Design)Inner Dimensions: 17"L x 2"W. Outer Dimensions: 18"L x 3"W x 1 1/2"D*.
- 24" Size: Inner Dimensions: 23 7/8"L x 2"W. Outer Dimensions: 25"L x 3"W x 1 1/2"D*.
- 36" Size: Inner Dimensions: 35 7/8"L x 2"W. Outer Dimensions: 36 7/8"L x 3"W x 1 1/2"D*.
- 48" Size: Inner Dimensions: 48"L x 2"W. Outer Dimensions: 49"L x 3"W x 1 1/2"D*.
- *D is the depth of the drain pan itself, and does not include the 1 1/2" ABS threaded collar, which has a 2 1/4" outside diameter and is 3/4" Deep)
- Drain Pan connects to standard 1 1/2" diameter plumbing (plumbing tail pipe, p-trap, etc. not included).
- Create a flat area on the bottom of the concrete, at least 1.5" of concrete to each side of your slot drain. When the concrete is cured (generally after it's installed), silicone will usually be sufficient to hold the drain pan in place.
- If necessary, secure the drain pan to the concrete using concrete screws.
- Place the drain pan against the concrete, position to where it needs to be to catch the water, mark the holes using a sharp pencil, drill out the holes using a masonry drill bit (A hammer drill is recommended), silicone the lip of the drain pan, place on the concrete, and secure using the screws.
- Once installed, the area of the Drain Pan should be periodically flushed with hot water and bleach, usually 10:1 is sufficient (10 parts water, 1 part bleach). Let the bleach 'flush' sit for about 10 minutes, and then flush again with clean hot water. This will keep the Drain Pan area clean and free of mildew.
- An alternative to bleach is to use straight hydrogen peroxide (3% solution). Pour hydrogen peroxide into the Drain Pan, trying to get the solution into all areas of the Drain Pan. Allow to sit 10 minutes, and then flush with hot water.