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Fernco Inc. PFT-150 Flex Qwik Rubber Trap

by Fernco

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  • The faster, easier, drain-trap replacement installs securely with a common screwdriver or nutdriver
  • Long-lasting, leak-free connections resist freeze damage and adjust to pipe misalignment
  • Its flexibility means it can be "Squeezed Clean" to eliminate clogs, so drain tools or drain cleaners are not needed
  • For 1-1/4 inch sink drain or can be cut to fit 1-1/2 inch sink drain, elbow connects to 1-1/2 inch pipe
  • Carded, with complete application and installation instructions
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number PFT-150
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions6.3 x 5.1 x 1.6 inches
Item model numberPFT-150
Size1-1/4" x 1-1/2"
MaterialRubber
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BQRY4S
Best Sellers Rank #25,484 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 17, 2007
  
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Product Description

Product Description

PFT-150 Features: -Qwik trap. -Material: Rubber. -Faster, easier, drain-trap replacement. -Long-lasting, leak-free connections resist freeze damage. Application: -Drain. Application: -Kitchen sink. Product Type: -Connector. Generic Dimensions: -1.56" H x 5.07" W x 6.26" D. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -0.41 Pounds.

From the Manufacturer

Fernco Flexible Couplings have found wide acceptance among sewer and plumbing contractors and municipalities because of their quality and ease of installation. Fernco couplings are used for all types of in-house and sewer connections: drain, waste, vent piping, house-to-main, repairs, cut- ins, conductor, roof drains and increasers-reducers.

Customer Reviews

It fits right over the damaged end and has hose clamps holding it.
Wayne
This was a very tight fit and I had to use a flat head screwdriver to stretch the rubber around the threads.
Robert R. Freeman
Assuming it holds up I will be buying these for any future plumbing needs.
Chris M.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Leo Mckenzie III on January 20, 2013
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I used this as a trap on my sink that connected to garbage disposal after patching and replacing those cheap plastic ones in the past. This unit is better because the clamps hold it on better and it's rubber so if your kid drops grease or something like that down the drain and it solidifies (happened in my house), you can massage the trap and make the stuff unclog. I've had it installed for over 6 months and no more problems. Also fixing the kid helped.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert R. Freeman on March 24, 2013
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This was a very tight fit and I had to use a flat head screwdriver to stretch the rubber around the threads.
The metal pipe was coming from the wall and had male threaded end facing down. Traditional plastic traps would always leak (tried 3 different ones).

This worked as follows:
Insert butter knife or flat head screwdriver half way into the rubber pipe. Wrap half of the rubber opening around half the threaded pipe with the screwdriver cocked on the other side (with the handle outside the pipe). Hold very tight to the half that's already around and then use the screwdriver to stretch the rubber around the rest of the pipe (in an upward motion) while simultaneously using the other hand to push the rubber trap higher over the threads. Once the rubber is completely over the pipe threads, twist and push up repeatedly until it is completely over the threads and around the non-threaded metal. You have to COMPLETELY unscrew the metal fittings and then twist it over the threads (now with the rubber around it) and then tighten ABOVE the threads. I had to do this at a slight angle since the pipe bent right above the threads.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mcarr4321 on December 30, 2011
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Apparently at some point they changed the size of the metal traps that they sell. When the trap under my bathroom sink failed, the new metal trap didn't fit. The Fernco flexible trap solved the problem. I also replaced a kitchen counter top. The faucet was displaced just enough that the old trap didn't fit. The Fernco flexible trap solved this problem also.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Wayne on April 12, 2014
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The drain from my wall was damaged making it impossible to attach a trap. I could hire a plumber to come out and solder a piece in place. I could solder a new one myself, except that I am horrible with soldered joints. I do everything by the book, but always seem to have a pinhole leak, so that's not an option.

Third option is this product. It fits right over the damaged end and has hose clamps holding it. Since it is flexible, a slight misalignment of the pies does not matter. Best of all. a few squeezes on the trap and clogs are broken up.

I am sure the plumbers and purists will find all kinds of reasons why this is a terrible product, but forget about them, this thing works and is easy to install. Plus it does not corrode. I have had these on my sinks for close to ten years.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tweaqer on August 1, 2013
Thanks to Robert R.F. for his review describing his situation that was like mine. That convinced me to buy. However, I wasn't entirely comfortable stretching the rubber so much, so I did the following: I sawed off the end (about 2 1/2") of my old J-bend with Captive Nut trap that screwed onto the 1 1/2" metal wall pipe connector, then fitted the wide end of the rubber over it up to the captive screw-on connector. It works great. Both the wide and narrower ends fit fine with the clamps. I needed the flex because my new sink drain was offset from the old wall plumbing, which was not adjustable by me. Thanks again.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lacy L. Medlin on April 26, 2010
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We tried to find this piece in local Home Depot and Lowe's stores with no success. We were told that this piece is used in trailer homes, but we have a house (an old house). We were directed to a supply company that sells things for manufactured homes (trailers), but they didn't carry this piece either. Now, after 3 months of brushing our teeth in the bathtub, we have a working sink again!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Wolf on February 22, 2012
I recently did a bathroom remodel,and decided to use a flexible trap to make the connection under the sink. Not only was it considerably cheaper to buy, it was a breeze to use and made the job fun. I don not know why they still use the hard plumbing traps that always leek and are a pain to get apart if there is a clog. This is definitely a fix all solve all item.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marcia E Tice on October 24, 2011
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Glad we finally found these. Used to get them at a local store, but they don't carry them anymore. Can't use standard fittings because cabinets are too tight, so this works great.
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