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Diall Chrome effect Bath Waste (Dia)40mm

Diall Chrome effect Bath Waste (Dia)40mm

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Product information

This plastic and brass chrome effect bath waste with overflow from Diall is Suitable for baths, and comes with a plug and chain.

  • Manufacturer guarantee - 2 years
  • Comes with Domed chain hole stopper, plug & chain
  • How to use - pull-out plug to flow water
  • Only fixings included
  • Overflow included

Specifications

BrandDiall
Pack quantity1
Product height73.5mm
Product weight435g
StandardBS EN274
Colour groupSilver
EffectChrome effect
Suitable use typeBath
Connection typeThread
MaterialBrass & plastic
Model name/number25610840
Waste size73.5mm
Product width190mm
Product diameter40mm
Product code5052931678167

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2.14 / 5(7 reviews)

very poor - fix overflow with jubilee clip

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Jonny 5 - 5 months ago

I bought this to replace an old waste & overflow. After reading reviews I used a liberal amount of silicone between every seal and the bath itself and this worked. Where the unit failed was where the overflow meets the main waste part - this appears to be a heat sealed union done in factory which cannot be removed - but leaks. Yet more silicone... the one part that is fixed is the part that failed.

Terrible would not seal properly at all.

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Englishbandit - 6 months ago

Bought this to fit to a new bath as re doing the hole bathroom . What a joke 5 times I have had the thing off it will not stop leaking, and yes I know what I am doing. Sealed to the bath fine. But the hard plastic overflow ring just keeps leaking no matter what you do. It looks like when the plug is pulled out ( not leaking when plug in) water is going down the overflow inlet and weeping out where the hose joins the over flow ring. I have just removed it again and it’s going in the bin and I will buy another one. Odd thing is just looked at buying another one almost the same and the new one has 2 rubber washers to go to the under side of the bath and this only has one. Maybe nothing but odd as the overflow ring is the same.

Read instructions before installing !

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Carrickrich - 1 year ago

Bought to replace an 30 year old fitting (noticed when reflooring it was leaking).
Bit of a hastle with the plastic washers and the main plastic body has a different lip either end ! After fitting leaked everywhere ! Then read instructions which say needs silicon or ptfe tape ! So stripped it out and installed properly --silicon between fibre glass bath n washer and ptfe around metall waste to seal the big plastic nut (an inch up from the end).

Check bath overflow hole size for suitability

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PapaPaul - 2 years ago

I fitted the drain unit first using the black rubber washers provided but found that the plughole rim was too high and left too much water standing after emptying. Also, part of the sealing washer was visible and not very aesthetic. I refitted the whole unit, without the inner sealing washer, using plenty of clear silicone sealant inside and out, and have had no leaks.
I then attempted to fit the overflow to the bath. This kit was purchased along with a new Adelphi shower bath from B & Q. Unfortunately the hole provided in the bath must be to suit a plug control / overflow as it was too big for this to fit snugly. Liberal use of more silicone sealant seems to have done the job. As the overflow is set very high on the bath its seal hasn’t been tested yet.
On this particular bath the drain is not central but is offset towards the overflow. When installing the drain unit I set the overflow flexible pipe straight up. Even though the overflow level is high, the length of pipe is so long that it bows out to past the edge of the bath. If I had checked this in advance I would have turned either the bottom fitting, or the overflow, to tighten up the pipe run. The plastic pipe has special gripping ends so I don’t know if I can shorten it.

shockingly bad!

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bodger12 - 3 years ago

bought this for my new steel bath. Leaks from everywhere and if you tighten it enough to slow the leaks, the seals pop out. Utterly useless on a thin bath!

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