2" x 8-3/8" Diameter No-Hub Cast Iron Small Area Roof Drain Zoom

2" x 8-3/8" Diameter No-Hub Cast Iron Small Area Roof Drain

SKU:RD2090-NH2

Brand: Zurn

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RD2090-NH2 has been discontinued.
Direct Replacement:
SKU: LC-RD08PL-C2N
Brand: Zurn
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Specs

Size: 2"
Outlet Type: No Hub
Application: Plumbing
Type: Small Area Roof Drain
Material: Cast Iron
Finish: Dura-Coated
Diameter (Inches): 8-3/8"

Description for Zurn RD2090-NH2

The 8-3/8" Diameter Cast iron Small Area Roof Drain is constructed if a Dura-Coated cast iron body. Standard to the roof drain is a cast iron clamp device with an integral gravel guard and a polyethylene dome strainer.

Features:

  • Recommended for installation in flat areas with decks that are constructed of steel, wood or concrete
  • Cast Iron clamp device is provided to ensure strength and stability necessary for water-tight seal
  • No-Hub/Push-On outlet connections easily adapt to plastic pipe, simplifying the installation process.

2" x 8-3/8" Diameter No-Hub Cast Iron Small Area Roof Drain

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  • 2" x 8-3/8" Diameter No-Hub Cast Iron Small Area Roof Drain

    Q:

    How does mount onto the roof decking? Does the filter cone mount on top of the rolled rubber?
    Asked on 5/6/2013 by Jason from Elkhart, IN

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The steel drain body is two parts.
      The base mounts to the roof structure
      The rubber is then laid
      The top part of the steel drain body is then installed, and tightened down over the rubber.
      Your roof system is complete.
      The "filter cone" which is medium duty plastic, friction fits into tabs in the top part of the steel drain body. you set it in next to the tabs and then twist it 1/4" to friction fit it under them

      Answered on 5/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You can go to Zern's website to see the install diagram.
       But, basically it comes in three pieces. The bottom piece bolts to the deck and the new roofing folds over and into that piece. The next piece bolts over the bottom piece and the strainer fastens to it.
      Don Miller
      DL Miller Const. Inc.

      Answered on 5/6/2013 by Anonymous
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