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  1. Serval

    Serval Member

    im redoing the kitchen and want to relocate the position of pipe that goes to the waste water outlet.

    currently the pipe came straight up from the floor into an under sink unit like this..

    This current arrangement sits too high which means id have to re route it through adjacent units in order to reposition it.

    The sink is being removed permanently so this drain will only serve the washing machine waste.

    if possible it like the pipe to run below the plinth before coming up in/near to the washing machine new location which will be a couple of metres away.

    Is there any sort of low profile fitting and elbow arrangement that i can get that will allow me to run the pipe work under the new units rather than having to have the pipe work running through adjacent units?
  2. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    somthing like this should do

    McAlpine Drain Connector 110mm

    you might need a short bit of 110mm depending on whats in the floor (just enough for the socket)
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  3. Serval

    Serval Member

    thanks shaun,
    that looks like the ticket :)
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