Zurn Product FAQ Database
The vast majority of all wall hung water closets sold in the US market have a universal 4-bolt mounting pattern (9"center to center wide by 7.5" center to center tall). Therefore, most Zurn water closet carriers can be specified. The most common systems are the Z1203 and Z1204. The difference between these two systems is the orientation of the stack. The Z1203 has a Horizontal No-Hub Stack, and the Z1204 has a Vertical No-Hub Stack. Zurn offers a variety of carriers to meet the needs of special applications such as narrow chase, special loading requirements, and pre-fab installations. Please contact Zurn for additional information on these systems.
The direction of the water closet carrier is determined by the following method: When facing the fixture, if the flow direction is from left to right, it is a left-handed carrier. If flow direction is from right to left, it is a right-handed carrier. Our water closet carriers come marked with either a "LH" or a "RH" on the fitting for easy identification.
The Z1203-B or the Z1204-B. Please see the following spec sheets for details and dimensional information: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/57641.pdf & http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/58493.pdf
Advancements in computer-aided hydraulic design allowed Zurn Engineers to develop a 3" coupling and optimized fitting combination, resulting in an increased velocity through the carrier system, thus leading to farther line carry.
The EZCarryTM system has successfully passed a 500 lbs. load rating when tested according to the requirements of ASME A112.6.1M-1997. For more detailed information, please visit the IAPMO website for the third party certification.
The Z1201 / Z1202 EZ CarryTM water closet carrier system can be used with virtually any standard 1.28 or 1.6 GPF bowl/valve combination, though The Zurn EcoVantage® 1.1 GPF ZTR Sensor Wall Bowl System provides superior water conservation and enhanced line carry.
The patent-pending EZ-SETTM Coupling incorporates an innovative installation process, allowing the coupling to be cut to length after the finish wall is in place without unscrewing the coupling. After cutting the coupling flush with the wall, simply glue on the included adapter flange for a perfect fit, saving time on the jobsite. Minimum -CE coupling length is 5" [127mm]. Other options are available for applications requiring couplings less than 5". Contact Zurn Engineering for details at 1-855-663-9876.
An oscillating cutting tool should be used to cut the coupling. A reciprocating saw or hacksaw may also be used.
The foam ring on the EZ-SETTM Coupling is a commercially available product. Material may be purchased from McMASTER-CARR or similar industrial suppliers.
The Zurn 'ZZ' polymer adjustable coupling with integral test cap is supplied in a 6" [152mm] length as standard; however, the Z1201 / Z1202 EZCarry Carrier System is available with additional coupling options:
-CC Corrosion Resistant Cast Iron Coupling (2-1/4  to 12 )
-CE EZ-SETTM Coupling (Available 6 , 12 , or Longer when specified. Minimum usable length = 5 )
-CL Custom Length Standard Coupling with Integral Test Cap (Specify Length 4 , 8 , 10 , 12 )
-CS 2-1/4  Polymer Coupling with Integral Test Cap
Yes, the standard adjustable coupling with integral test cap is available in 4", 8", 10" and 12" [102, 203, 254, 305mm] sizes by ordering your carrier with the -CL option. For extended lengths, the -CE EZ-SETTM Coupling may be ordered.
the Zurn Z1201 / Z1202 EZCarry EZCUTGUIDE is used when the EZ-SETTM Coupling (-CE coupling option) is selected. The EZCUTGUIDE ensures a straight cut and protects the finished wall from the saw blade while the coupling is cut to length.
the -JC option allows a urinal to be installed back to back with a water closet. The -JC option is available on the Z1201-NL4 and Z1201-NR4 carrier models.
The Z1201 / Z1202 EZCarryTM carrier system can help facilitate a pre-fabrication process through several featues. The feet have been designed to accept angle iron for carrier banks, while the optional -RYK adapters can be used if attaching to Unistrut. The decreased weight will reduce the overall weight of the carrier bank once assembled.
Yes, REVIT, 2-D and 3-D models are available for all base carrier models. Click the attached link to view the Zurn CAD library.
Zurn CAD Library
Yes, the Z1201 / Z1202 EZCarry system has been tested to the requirements of ASME A112.6.1M-1997 and is listed with IAPMO.
Yes, a cross reference guide is located on the Zurn website under the "Tools and Resources" tab, or by following this link: Cross Reference Guide
Factory assembled trim kits with -RYK feet can be ordered by specifying part number P1201-RYK-TRIM, or the -RYK option can be ordered separately as an add-on accessory to a standard trim kit by ordering part number P1201-RYK-FT-ADPT.
Yes, the Z1201 / Z1202 EZCarryTM systems can be used in retro-fit applications. Zurn recommends the use of 1/2" anchors to secure the carrier system to flooring structure in both new and retro-fit applications for maximum load carrying capability.
The EZCARRY-HANDLE is an innovative product that simplifies the task of transporting and setting carriers into place on the jobsite. The EZCARRY-HANDLE is designed to work with all Z1201 carriers except those using a back-to-back "double" fitting. The EZCARRY-HANDLE should be used with the studs removed from the faceplate.
Yes, Contractor packs are available for the Z1201 and Z1202 EZCarryTM carrier systems. Contractor packs organize components, reduce packaging materials, and save valuable space on the jobsite.
Contractor packs can be ordered by using the following product numbers: P1201-CONTR-KIT; P1201-CONTR-KIT-RYK
For more information, contact your local Zurn Sales Representative or Customer Care Associate for more information.
Yes, the Z1201 / Z1202 EZCarryTM Carrier Systems along with many other Zurn products are listed within MasterSpec and can be viewed at the following web address: Zurn on MasterSpec
EZCarryTM Systems which meet the requirements of Buy-America are available. Please contact your local Zurn Sales Representative for specific availability based on the required fitting type.
The minimum rough-in height is 4-1/2", and the maximum is 9-1/2". However, by using either the -X3 or -X4 Static Foot Extension, the minimum and maximum rough-in height of the system can be increased by an additional 3 or 4 inches respectively.
The standard coupling is made from ABS plastic. Also, a corrosion resistant cast iron coupling can also be specified by selecting the -CC option.
Yes, Zurn offers the Z1203-N style carrier for 3" connection - the NL3, NR3, and ND3. See the following spec sheets for details: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/57112.pdf & http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/57113.pdf
The Z1203-ND back to back carrier supports a static load of 500 pounds without exceeding the deflection criteria outlined in ASME Standard A112.6.1M, which is for "Floor-Affixed Supports for Off-The-Floor Plumbing Fixtures for Public Use."
No, the standard Z1203-ND is rated for 500 lbs.
No, the standard Z1204-ND supports a static load of 500 pounds without exceeding the deflection criteria outlined in ASME Standard A112.6.1M, which is for "Floor-Affixed Supports for Off-The-Floor Plumbing Fixtures for Public Use.
Replacement carrier arms can be ordered as a lone item. Please refer to the Zurn carrier code book online to determine which arm part number is needed for the specific fixture model you are using. Once you identify the correct part number, you can contact your local Zurn Sales Representative to place the order. Please follow this link to the Zurn Carrier Code Book: Zurn Carrier Code Book
Based on the 3-7/16" overall depth dimension, the Z1231 carrier can fit entirely within an enclosed 2" x 4" wall. Click the link below to access the submittal sheet for additional details.
No, welders vary on power control. Groovers groove in different locations that do not allow for pipe fitting into pipe.
ASTM-D2146 was discontinued in 1986. It has been replaced by "Propylene Plastic Injection and Extrusion Materials" designation ASTM-D4101. The material Zurn Industries uses in manufacturing our CDS pipe and fittings is a flame retardant polypropylene copolymer, which meets table B property requirements of ASTM-D4101. The full material designation per ASTM-D4101 of this material is PP0210 B56562 FL012.
Zurn Chemical Drainage System complies with ASTM-F1412 "Standard Specification for Polyolefin Pipe and Fittings for Corrosive Waste Drainage Systems" and is listed with or meets requirements of NSF, IAPMO, CSA B181.3.
10-foot of head for field testing.
Fusion of polyethylene and polypropylene pipe will not work; the materials are not compatible. However, PE pipe can be joined by a mechanical joint.
Other's pipe can, but not other fittings due to unique design of the Zurn fittings being able to accept either mechanical or fusion seals. The Zurn groover must also be used with our mechanical joints.
No, this is a drain, waste and vent (DWV) system. It is not pressure rated.
Pipe and fittings can be stored outside temporarily, if they are covered and shielded from the sun. The plastic does not contain UV stabilizers, and the sun can cause hardening of the surface of the plastic that may interfere with proper joint sealing.
The maximum continuous operating temperature is 180 degrees Fahrenheit and is capable of 212 degrees Fahrenheit for intermittent use. Fusion LockTM seals are recommended for high temperature applications.
The best method is to order the tank plain end pipe and use a mechanical joint on the tank side. Since the tank is PE and not PP, you cannot fuse to the tank. Also you can order at Male threaded and use our female adapter.
The PHIX Cartridge can neutralize clean acids that are free from contaminants and heavy metals. Ideally, the PHIX Cartridge can neutralize acid in a pH range of pH 3.0 to 6.0; however, the PHIX Cartridge can handle wider pH ranges.
The Z9A-PHIX Cartridge can accommodate up to 8 gallons per minute (GPM); approximately two laboratory sinks.
The Z9A-PHIX Cartridge can accommodate temperatures up to 180 degrees F.
Under normal use, we recommend changing the Z9A-PHIX media once per year.
Replacement time varies according to the type of acid and amount of use by the customer. More frequent replacement may be needed under heavier use. Please consult with the Z9A-PHIX Cartridge owner's manual for more information or visit www.zurn.com
The best way to determine media replacement is to measure the pH level downstream of the Z9A-PHIX Cartridge. If the pH range falls outside of pH 6.0 to 10.0 it is time to replace the media.
Zurn also supplies continuous monitoring pH meters that can be installed downstream of the Cartridge to provide a continuous readout to the user. Contact a Zurn Customer Care Representative or visit www.zurn.com for additional information.
The Z9A-PHIX Media is a mix of alkaline material that is considered non-hazardous and does not require any special handling or storage.
The Z9A-PHIX Cartridge is manufactured with an engineered compound of glass filled Polypropylene.
The Z9A-PHIX Cartridge is approved and certified in Canada under BMEC.
The PHIX Cartridge, being Polypropylene, is recognized under U.S. Plumbing Codes as a neutralizing device required for corrosive wastes.
Power input requirements of the welder are as follows: 115V, 60 Hz, 15 amps. Please follow chart on front of unit for proper extension cord size.
The Zurn Z9A-WELDER is set for a 12 month calibration cycle. The user will see a notification message each time the machine is powered on within 28 days of calibration expiration. After the 12 months have expired, the unit will automatically lock the user out from additional usage. The unit must be returned to Zurn Industries for recalibration and any necessary software updates to ensure proper functionality.
No, Zurn fusion seals are not designed to properly seal when used as a mechanical seal. Fusion seals are designed to create a permanent welded joint.
No, the location of the grooves from the end of the pipe are in different locations for different groovers. In order to provide the proper seating depth, the Zurn groover must be used.
A top spud fixture refers to a flush valve connection that is on top surface of the urinal or toilet, generally located behind the seat. A back spud fixture has a connection for the flush valve located on the back surface of the urinal or toilet. In most cases, a back spud fixture will use a concealed-type flush valve.
Siphon jet bowls are attached to Zurn carriers with (4) mounting studs arranged in a rectangular pattern whereas the blowout-style bowl is mounted on three studs arranged in a triangular pattern, point down. Additionally, in a siphon jet bowl, the jet is located in the sump of the fixture. The jet in a blowout-style bowl is typically located in teh trap way. Siphon jet bowls can flush at 1.28 GPF, whereas blowout-style bowls are typically 1.6GPF or higher water usage. The majority of all bowls manufactured in the USA for commercial use are siphon jet type.
There is typically no difference in the actual fixture itself when it comes to a standard height vs. ADA/disabled height fixture, but to what height the fixture should be installed to meet the requirements of each classification.
Wall-hung lavatories are mounted to the wall with the use of a carrier support system. The three primary types of lavatory carriers are wall bracket type, concealed arm type, and exposed arm type. For more information on which carrier to use, visit the Zurn Carrier Code Book section of our website at the following link: Zurn Carrier Code Book
Counter-top lavatories are installed by either dropping in through the top of a counter/granite top or mounted underneath the counter-top and do not use a carrier system.
In order to meet the current ADA requirements, a lavatory must be installed to measure 34" from the finished floor to the top of the lavatory rim at the front of the fixture.
1.6 GPF water closets and flush valves have been the commercial baseline for maximum flush capacity since 1992. In more recent years, 1.28 GPF water closets and flush valves have become more popular for LEED projects and water conservation efforts. In addition, the 1.28 GPF water closet and flush valve combination are becoming the new baseline in several regions of the U.S.A. where water is more scarce.
For commercial toilets, anything lower than 1.6 GPF that has passed industry standards is acceptable for use. At this time, 1.6 GPF and 1.28 GPF along with Dual Flush systems are the most common for flush valve operated toilets.
A carrier is a steel and/or cast iron fixure that gets installed behind the finished wall to hold the "wall-hung" fixture off of the wall. Wall-hung fixtures may include water closets, urinals, and lavatories. The carrier is designed to transfer the load placed upon the fixture directly to the floor, placing no load on the finished wall. Carriers are required any time a wall-hung fixture is specified. Carriers are also used with floor mounted back outlet water closets to secure the drain assembly to the fixture. For more information on Zurn carriers, please click the following link: Zurn Carrier Code Book
A minimum supply line of 1" in diameter is necessary on commercial water closets to be able to supply the minimum 25 GPM flow rate required to properly actuate the flush valve and fixture.
Commerical vitreous china and cast iron lavatories typically contain "overflow" punchings in the bowl/basin of the lavatory. These punchings lead to an internal channel within the lavatory so that if the water reaches a certain level within the fixture, the water will flow into the overflow hole, down the channel and directly into the grid drain/p-trap to avoid potential restroom flooding. To specify "no-overflow" means the lavatory will not have these holes.
In commercial applications, it is typically recommended that the concealed arm type carriers are specified for use when possible. Concealed arm type carriers support more weight/force than bracket type installations and also provide more vandal resistance.
1.0 GPF urinals and flush valves have been the commercial baseline for maximum flush capacity since 1992. In more recent years, the 0.5 GPF and 0.125 GPF urinals and flush valves have become more popular for LEED projects and water conservation efforts. Today, the 0.125 GPF systems are becoming the baseline in several regions of the U.S.A. where water is more scarce.
Washdown urinals direct water to the water distribution box which spreads water across the back wall of the urinal and it flows down cleansing the back wall. A siphon jet urinal also utilizes this action, but additionally directs water to a siphon jet located in the trap of the urinal. Siphon jet urinals typically flush at 1.0 GPF whereas wash down urinals can flush with less water and can operate on as little as 0.125 GPF.
A minimum supply line of 3/4" in diameter is necessary on commercial urinals to be able to supply the minimum 15 GPM flow rate required to properly actuate the flush valve and fixture.
The Zurn product number is not visible on the installed fixture. However the fixture flow volume (gpf / lpf) is visible on the top face of our Urinals or on the rim (near the spud) of our Water Closets.
You may visit www.zurn.com and search in the Products section to view the fixtures. Or you may sent a photograph to our Custome Care team and they can assist.
MaP is a third party Maximum Performance scale that rates toilet efficiency and flush performance. A 1000 gram MaP rating certifies that this toilet can evacuate 2.2 pounds of waste which is the maximum achievable rating.
For commercial urinals, 1.0 GPF is the maximum allowed by code and 0.125 GPF is the lowest flow flushing urinal available. Water free urinals are manufactured by various companies and are designed not to use any water after each use. However, water free style fixtures require more daily cleaning and maintenance, monthly fixture maintenance on sealing mechanisms, and annual drain line cleaning.
The Zurn Z5615-BWL wall hung water closet meets the requirements of the 500 LB static load test as stated by ASME A112.19.2-2008.
The Z5615 wall hung water closet is designed to function with flush valve volumes as low as 1.1 gallons per flush (GPF), but can be used for applications where 1.28 or 1.6 GPF flush valves are being utilized. Z5615 systems can be installed on any standard closet carrier commercially available, but have proven maximum performance when paired with the new Zurn Z1201 / Z1202 High Efficiency Carrier System, specifically designed for low flow fixtures.
The Zurn Z5755-U accomodates all flush volumes between 0.125 - 1.0 GPF.
Yes, manual, sensor hard wired, battery, and long-life battery flush valves can be used. This urinal is compatible with either diaphragm or piston operated flush valves.
Yes, the Z5755-U is listed when paired with a flush valve with a flush volume equal to or less than 0.5 GPF.
Yes, the backspud model is the Z5765-U.
The most innovative feature is the asymmetric back wall that slants to the right. This design feature reduces splash back. Also innovative is the compatibility with any flush valve flowing between 0.125 and 1.0 GPF while passing all flushing requirements of applicable industry standards.
The goal is to transition from these two models into one single SKU. However, we will continue to have both the Z5798-U and Z5750 models available for the near term.
Yes. The Z5755-U can be used in a project where either model was initially roughed-in for, or formerly existed in retro-fit applications.
Yes, the Z5755-U comes standard with a dome strainer and the same time-saving universal bracket used by the Z5798-U. The Z5755-U also utilizes our composite spud and yoke assembly.
Both. The Z5755-U can easily be installed in new construction and retro-fit projects.
Please consult the bowl mfgs spec sheet. Looking at teh A/S Madera - it looks like the center of the valve is at 4" from teh wall with a 10" rough in. This will vary by mfg and model number. The information can be found on the product submittal page.
Z5615-BWL and Z5615-BWL-AM (antimicrobial glaze) wall hung bowls are available.
Zurn does not test Cleanout Plugs for a specific pressure rating. We recommend our cleanouts be used in gravity fed systems. In most building applications, a standard pressure test of 10 feet of head pressure (approximately 5 p.s.i.) is applied to the piping system to check for leaks. The Zurn Cleanout plug will safely pass this test with the use of a non-permanent thread sealant.
Sediment buckets are not generally used on roof drains, as they tend to be cleaned on an irregular basis. If a full bucket is not serviced, it will impede the flow of the roof drain system. We do offer the -SS (Stainless Steel Mesh Screen Over Dome) option. This screen keeps sediment from entering the drain, and can be serviced without disrupting the roof drain.
The maximum height for the -85 (Stainless Steel Perforated Extension) option is 20 inches. Please contact Zurn Engineering if a height greater than 20 inches is required.
The Z110 series is Zurn's line of Green Roof drains. Zurn currently offers four different models within this line, each available with a number of options, which can be configured to meet the needs of most any green roofing application. For more information, please click the following link to view the Zurn Green Roof Drain Brochure: http://content.zurn.com/web_documents/pdfs/sd68.pdf
Yes, both the Z150 and Z150-DT offer the -EA (Adjustable Extension Assembly) option. The -EA option provides a range of extension height for applications where the roof material thickness is determined upon installation.
In addition, Zurn offers the -DR and -EB options which feature Zurn's Patented Top-Set Deck Plate which facilitates vertical adjustment. These options are availabe on the Z150, Z150-DT, Z154, Z154-DT, Z158, Z158-DT.
Yes, the EZCarryTM carrier system can be used with bowls and valves of other brands, however for superior water conservation and performance the Zurn EcoVantage® 1.1 GPF ZTR Sensor Wall Bowl System is preferred.
The thread size on the FD2254 strainer assembly shank is 2" - 11-1/2 N.P.S.M.
Drains are frequently sized on the flow capacity of the drain, which is based on the outlet size. If the grate has less open area than the outlet pipe, it will restrict flow to the drain. Please see the following for reference:
a 2" pipe has 3.1 square inches of open area,
a 3" pipe has 7.1 square inches of open area,
a 4" pipe has 12.6 square inches of open area,
a 6" pipe has 28.3 square inches of open area, and
an 8" pipe has 50.3 square inches of open area.
The Z415H is recommended for this application, as it has a surface membrane clamp that will allow you to secure the flooring to the drain body to create a watertight seal.
Zurn offers the Z150, Z154, or Z158. The primary difference between these square top prom-deck drains is size. We also offer a -DT suffix option which provides a more decorative appearance.
Yes, -W2, -W3, -W4 internal water dams can be added to the drain after the drain body is installed. However, the existing clamp collar would need to be removed. Please contact installer of water-proofing membrane to review proper installation and warranty details.
The deck plate is 18 gauge galvanized steel, which has a thickness of 0.052".
Yes, see the spec sheet featuring these two items on the website: Z100-C-EA
Yes, you can use the adjustable extension (-EA option) in combination with the static extension (-E option) to achieve a taller adjustable extension. See the spec sheet for the Z100-E-EA: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/303900.pdf
Yes, the Z100-E is a solid, cast piece and there is a gasket provided to be inserted between the drain body and the extension during installation. This will ensure a watertight seal between those components when installed properly.
The clamp collar bolts for the Z100 are 3/8" - 16 X 1-3/4" hex head cap screws.
The inside diameter is 6.94". For more information and dimensional data on outlet sizes, see the Zurn Outlet Pip Connections technical information: http://content.zurn.com/pages/technicalinformation/FloorDrains/FD5-7.pdf
The -W2, -W3, and -W4 internal water dams contain an integral claming collar. This component is manufactured from Dura-Coated Cast Iron.
The ideal hole size is 18" in diameter.
The slots in the deck plate are 1/4" wide, so the maximum size of the anchoring screw could be a #10-24 screw.
The Z100-FG is classified as heavy duty and has a safe live load of 5100 lbs.
The Z100-E-SC can be used, as the lower membrane can be clamped below the secondary clamp collar and holes in the extension will allow water along that membrane to enter the drain body. The upper membrane can be clamped between the top of the extension and the primary clamp collar and collect surface water into the drain. Please see the following link for the Z100-E-SC Spec Sheet: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/57974.pdf
The standard poly dome has a height of 4-11/16": http://content.zurn.com/web_documents/pdfs/specsheets/59285.pdf
A flush grate is also available: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/59575.pdf
Yes, the Z100-90 features a drain body with a built-in side outlet, which proves to be shorter than using a bottom outlet drain in combination with an elbow adapter: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/35053.pdf
Zurn offers a full line of replacement domes for the Z100 roof drain. The dome is offered in plastic (P100-POLYDOME-USA), cast iron (P100-DOME-CI), bronze (P100-DOME-BRZ), and aluminum (P100-DOME-ALUM). These domes are approximately 12-1/2” in diameter, and 4-1/2” tall.
It is not recommended to place the Z105 in a recessed sump within the roof construction because water will fill the sump quickly and potentially spill over the top of the Z105 weir, entering the drain unrestricted.
While it is possible for Zurn to supply the Z105 with a 6" (or larger sized) outlet, we do not typically offer it because the restricted flows through the Z105 do not require that large of a pipe size.
Zurn's standard green roof drain, the Z110, has a standard perforated screen height of 5". However, additional heights can be specified up to 18" by selecting the -PS option and specifying the required height. For sizes larger than 18", please contact Zurn's Engineering department.
No, the Z121 does not have an internal water dam option. The Z121 currently has an option for a 2" external water dam (-89 option). Also, we do offer the Z100-W4, which is a 15" diameter roof drain with a 4" internal water dam.
Yes, the Z121-89. The -89 option is a 2" external water dam for the Z121 roof drain.
Yes, the -FG (Flush Grate) option is available for the Z121 roof drain. Please click the following link to access the Z121-FG Spec Sheet: Z121-FG
Currently, we do not offer a -EA adjustable extension for the Z121. However, we do offer adjustable solutions, including the -DR and -EB which feature Zurn's patented Top-Set Deck Plate. Other available options include the -E (Static Extension) option in half inch increments ranging from 1" - 4" in height. These extensions can be cut to obtain a custom height. The minimum extension height is 1".
Yes, specify the -89 (2" High External Water Dam) option: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/58628.pdf
No, we do not. A 6" outlet will not comply with the ASME A112.6.4 standard because the dome open area is not great enough.
The ZS1400-DC is a ductile iron cleanout cover with stainless steel veneer that has a load rating of special duty, which has a safe live load of over 10,000 lbs.
The Z1400 Durest Cover (-DC) is rated Special Duty, having a safe live load of over 10,000 lbs.
Yes, XH pipe has the same outer diameter as Schedule 40 pipe, a standard pipe size.
Yes, either the Z326, Z328 or the Z329 can be used with both the Z150 and Z150-DT.
We currently do not offer any round grates for our prom-deck drains because it is typically easier to cut the pavers to match a square top rather than a round top. However, there are other drains that can substitute as prom-deck drains that have round tops, such as the Z415B or Z550.
Yes, Zurn offers Neo-Loc connections on the Z158 drain. However, they are not recommended to be used over occupied spaces due to the fact that if the pipe is not cut squarely, is not adequately supported or not installed perpendicular to the drain body, the connection may leak.
Yes, it is the Z163-W3 suffix option.
Zurn's combination deck plates use a manufacturing process that does not easily allow for custom product, therefore, it is challenging to accommodate unique center to center distances for this product. The user should consider using individual drains as a primary and over flow drain to accommodate the installation. Please contact Zurn engineering for additional technical support for your application.
The Z1750-HD is rated extra heavy duty, having a safe live load of up to 10,000 lbs.
No, the Z1750 floor sink is designed for sanitary applications and features sloped surfaces that direct waste to the outlet and prevent the buildup of bacteria within the drain. By putting a side outlet on the drain, you are potentially letting food and bacteria collect in the sump of the drain. When a side outlet is necessary, a cast drain such as the Z1727-90 or Z1731-90 can be specified.
Yes, the -VP option can be specified when ordering the floor sink to secure the grate down to the corners of the sink using vandal proof screws.
Zurn also offers an aluminum anti-splash dome (-32), white acid resistant coated dome (-33), a nickel bronze dome (-34), an aluminum sediment bucket (-23), and a white acid resistant coated bucket (-25). Only one of these can be specified at a time.
No, the Z1900 Floor Sink is a cast part with a fixed flange. The Z1750 Floor Sink is a comparable product that is fabricated and can be built with the flange at a custom height. Please contact the Zurn Application Engineering team for further assistance.
Yes, Zurn can produce larger fabricated steel downspout nozzles that are epoxy coated. The style is slightly different from the cast version, but they work in the same manner. Please contact Zurn Engineering for more information on these products.
No, not unless the pipe manufacturer makes an adapter to threaded or no-hub connection types.
The Z325 Indirect Waste Funnel is typically installed partially recessed within the floor where the top of the funnel extends above the floor while the bottom of the funnel and the Backwater Valve are recessed into the floor, most commonly encased in concrete. It is also acceptable to install in applications where alternative flooring materials are used, providing that the product is installed securely.
The thread size on the Z400 strainer series is 3-1/2”- 8 N.P.S.M. Exceptions apply to the Z400H, Z400BHD, Z400SHD.
No, however a Z400-U extension can be utilized to increase the height of the tailpiece.
Yes, the Z400B grate and the Z400D hinged cover utilize the same threaded head so the grate and cover are interchangeable.
In order to utilize a -V Backwater Valve, the Z400H top must have a seat machined into the head assembly where the -V rests. For this reason, the backwater valve cannot be retro-fitted into an existing drain.
The Z328 funnel can be used on the 5" and 6" tops. The Z329 funnel can be used on the 6", 7", 8", 9" and 10" tops.
There is a screw in each corner of the top. Therefore, there is a total of 4 screws.
No, the Z400SC cover is too thick to fit in the Z400S frame. As an alternate solution, the Z400S can be specified with a solid gasketed cover (-SG suffix option), but it is not hinged.
Use the Z400-U extension, which is a threaded adapter that goes between the clamp collar and head assembly. This increases the maximum adjustment height by nearly 3".
Yes, the clamp collar has four 1/4" x 9/16" slots on top of the collar in addition to the slotted openings that the clamp collar bolts run through. Each of these openings allows water in the sub-surface area to enter the drain body.
Z415 Product series buckets are made from perforated stainless steel with 1/4" openings.
Securing a strainer / grate is done for two main reasons:
1. It prevents the grate from easily being removed and stolen.
2. It helps keep the grate in place when traffic moves across the grate. Having the grate slide out of place can be dangerous and cause injuries.
Flow rate on any drain can be determined based on the head depth above the drain and the smallest open area between the outlet and grate. Here is a calculator on the Zurn website that will help you to estimate flow for a drain: http://content.zurn.com/pages/technicalinformation/FloorDrains/FlowAreaCalc(PW).xls
The standard trap primer size and most commonly used is 1/2". In addition, Zurn also offers 3/4" when specified.
The Z415LB is rated light duty and is capable of supporting a safe live load of up to 2000 lbs.
The standard Z415S can be offered with a decorative polish (-DP option), which is a mirror finish to the grate, or with a chrome-plated finish (-CP option). Also, the ZS415S and Z415S-PD are similar drains with a slightly different design to the grate.
Please see the suffix option specification sheet for the adjustment range for each strainer size: http://zurn.eriepa.us/specdrain/Product/Options/60484.PDF
It can not because the body is machined to accept the ball type backwater valve. If a flapper type backwater vavle is needed with the given body, the heads can be ordered to have a flapper type backwater valve.
The ductile iron grate on the Z508-DG has a safe live load of 25,000 lbs. and is classified as Special Duty in accordance with ASME A112.6.3.
There are four 3/16" diameter weep holes evenly spaced around the top of the anchor flange.
No, in order to be heel-proof, the grate must have openings that are 5/16" or smaller in width. The Z520 grate has 7/16" wide slots. When a heel-proof grate is required for the Z520, specify the -HP (heel-proof grate) suffix option.
Zurn does not recommend using a 6" outlet on this drain because the outlet has an open area of approximately 28 square inches, while the grate has an open area of 16 square inches. The grate would severely restrict flow to the outlet, making the larger pipe size useless. When a parking deck drain is needed to connect to 6" piping, specify the Z534.
Yes, please contact Zurn Engineering for more information on customizing this product.
Yes, by specifying the -H and -T options, Zurn can provide a hinged square top.
The slots are 3/8" wide, and the total open area is 33 square inches.
Zurn can offer a stainless steel veneer for the Z539. This would give the drain a stainless steel appearance from the surface, but have cast iron components below. Please contact Zurn Engineering for more information on this custom product.
The standard Z541 grate has slot openings of 3/8" wide, which qualifies it as ADA compliant when the grate is positioned so that the slots are perpendicular to the primary flow of traffic. For a grate to be heel-proof, it must have a slot width of 5/16" or less, so the -HP option should be specified when a heel-proof grate is required for this drain.
Floor drains are typically sized based on the flow rate that can pass through the attached piping. The Z550 features a grate with 18 square inches of open area, while an 8" pipe has roughly 50 square inches of open area. In this case, the grate would severely restrict the flow to the 8" pipe. When a similar drain is needed for 8" pipe, specify the Z505.
Custom heel-proof grates can be made on request. Please contact Zurn Application Engineering for more information.
Contact Zurn Application Engineering for custom grate solutions.
The flow rate can be estimated using Zurn's Flow Rate Calculator: http://content.zurn.com/pages/technicalinformation/FloorDrains/FlowAreaCalc(PW).xls The open area and head depth of water must be known in order to estimate the flow.
The Z610-H is rated Heavy-Duty, according to ASME Standard Z112.6.3. Please click the following link for more information on Load Ratings: http://content.zurn.com/pages/technicalinformation/FloorDrains/FD3.pdf
The Z645 heavy-duty drain is typically cast in place so that the grate sits flush with the finished floor level. The drain features an inside caulk connection, which has traditionally been sealed using lead and oakum. For more information on pipe connections, see our outlet pipe connections page:
No, the standard Z662 is not heel-proof, as the slot openings are 9/16" wide. However, Zurn offers a -HP, heel-proof grate suffix option, for the Z662 which has 1/4" wide slots. Click the following link for a specification sheet on this product: Z662
ADA standards specify that for a drain to be ADA compliant, the drain must have a slot width of no greater than 1/2" and have the drain installed so that the slots run perpendicular to the primary flow of traffic. To comply with this, the Z662 must be specified with the -HP, heel-proof grate suffix option and be installed so that the slots are perpendicular to the flow of traffic.
An 8" connection size is not a standard outlet size on this drain, but Zurn could fabricate a custom 8" outlet on this drain. Please contact Zurn Engineering for more information.
Yes; the Z883-SVF-HPP does come in a white finish.
Zurn offers the IG (inside gasket) connection in 2", 3" and 4" sizes for this drain. The IG connection is made up of the IC body plus a gasket that seals between the pipe and outlet.
The stainless steel strainer is rated medium duty with a maximum safe live load of 4999 lbs.
The lowest flow rates available in the market today are either 0.35 GPM or 0.50 GPM. The most commonly specified faucets are the 1.0GPM and 1.5GPM versions.
By using a Zurn thermostatic mixing valve (TMV) in conjunction with the Zurn faucet. THis unit is designed to monitor inlet conditions and hold the outlet temperature constant based on a variable set point from 96 degrees F (36 degrees C) to 120 degrees F (49 degrees C).
Laminar flow outlets distribute water from the faucet without absorbing air first. This gives the flow a clear, stream-like pattern, and prevents potential bacteria or germs in the air from getting pulled into the water supply as the faucet is distributing water. Laminar flow outlets are often specified in healthcare and education applications. Aerated flow outlets pull air and mix with the water as the faucet is dispensing, giving a more rigid stream of water.
In order to conform to the current ADA standards, a faucet handle or lever can not require any grabbing, twisting, or pinching in any such way, and also requires less than 5 lbs of force to turn the unit on or off.
Metering faucets must first be ordered and installed with a 1.0 GPM or less aerator in order to ensure proper cycle time. In most cases, metering faucets will cycle for 10-15 seconds.
Most quarter turn faucets use ceramic based cartridges that are designed to open and close with a quarter turn greatly reducing the amount of twist that occurs on the o-rings. A compression style cartridge faucet operates by continually turning the handle to retract the seal against the bottom of the cartridge bore.
Both terms are used interchangeably to describe the flushing mechanism for commericial toilets. There is no difference between the two.
Both types of flush valves are sensor operated. Battery type flush sensor flush valves are hands-free activiated units that are typically powered by alkaline or lithium type batteries. Most studies conducted can state batterly life lasts between 3-4 years in most flush valves. For hardwired flush valves, these units are hardwired directly into the electrical supply of the facility during installation. They are powered through transformers that convert the electrical current tothe proper amperage required to activate the flush valve. Hardwired flush valves are also hands-free sensor operated devices.
The ZEMS-IS valves are factory set to accomodate the most ideal sensor range for most applications. Where custom settings are required to eliminate ghost flushing, follow the instructions for custom range setting within this hyperlink.
The Zurn ZP6800 is a self-contained operating unit and does not require a separate master controller to function. The ZP6800 also offers (4) power options including long-life batteries which lowers installation costs in applications where a power source does not exist. The ZP6800 is a true cast brass valve whereas the I-CON system is a plastic irrigation valve.
The ZTR series is our master platform and shares many of the same maintenance and repair parts as the ZP6800. The primary difference between the two valves is within the circuit board controller and activation method. the ZTR is activated by IR sensor whereas the ZP6800 is activated via the piezo electronic button.
The ZP6800 has (4) power source options
- 7.6 V Hard-wire
- 24 V Hard-wire
- battery powered by (4) standard AA batteries with 3 yr life expectancy
- Zurn long-life battery option with a 10 yr life expectancy.
Yes. The Piezo button is constructed from stainless steel and features vandal resistant chamfered edges. Zurn also supplies loctite for securing the button during installation.
the ZP6800 currently does not have an option for sensor operated activiation. Zurn recommends considering the ZTR series flush valves for sensor operated activation.
Yes, the ZP6800 features a true manual override button.
The lock-out feature is a protective measure designed to prevent excessive flushing of the valve which could otherwise lead to flooding and needless wasting of water.
Both. The ZP6800 can be ordered complete with tubes, stops, and accessories for new construction, or can be ordered as an X-body for retro-fit applications. The ZP6800 valve body has the same critical rough-in dimensions as a standard diaphragm flush valve therefore can be retro-fit into most existing applications without having to move plumbing lines.
If the valve is hard-wired, the power supply can be connected to a power supply kill switch that would disable the valve from flushing. For both battery and hard-wired valves, the IP67 connector can be disconnected to disable the valve. In both cases, the manual override button can still be used to flush the fixture.
The maximum static operating pressure is 125 psi, while the minimum running pressure is 8 psi.
Yes, the seat removal tool is offered in 3 lengths. Part number 841130014 is used for hydrant lengths up to 12 inches. Part number 841130024 is used for hydrant lengths up to 24 inches. Part number 841130034 is used for hydrant lengths up to 36 inches.
The minimum and maximum allowable operating temperatures are 33 degrees Fahrenheit and 130 degrees Fahrenheit, respectively.
It is not recommended to install a wall hydrant in the ground because the hydrant cannot properly drain after use. This could potentially damage the hydrant under freeze conditions.
A Moderate Climate Hydrant is a hydrant that is not self-draining, nor does it have a remote shut-off, which is typically located in a wall or underground. These hydrants should only be used in areas where there is no danger of freezing.
A Non-Freeze (Frost Proof) Hydrant is a hydrant for the purpose of supplying potable water to a hose connection without danger of freezing. Non-freeze hydrants allow water remaining in exposed areas to drain, thus reducing the possibility of freezing and damage to the hydrant.
The 12" and the 24" Replacement Rod Assemblies include a piece of all-thread rod that can be cut to any custom length to fit your Z1315 Wall Hydrant. For example, if you have a hydrant with a 16" rod, you would order the 24" Replacement Rod, trim approximately 8" off of the rod, and then screw it into the opperating coupling.
The Z1320 is a ceramic disc style hydrant which requires the cartridge removal tool for disassembly/repair. Depending on the hydrant length, the tool part numbers are as follows:P1321-12-CT, P1321-24-CT, or P1321-36-CT.
Yes, the Z1321 has an integral vacuum breaker, which prevents backflow into the hydrant.
The Z1360 Ground Hydrant is not intended to supply potable water for human consumption. Please contact Zurn Engineering for more information.
Zurn does not recommend the use of sediment buckets inside the grease interceptor because grease tends to stick to the solids, which does not allow the grease to float to the top and be separated. Instead, Zurn suggests the use of a solids interceptor upstream of the grease interceptor to separate any solids from the waste line before they can enter the grease interceptor.
The PDI standard recommends using a seperate grease interceptor for each commercial dishwasher. The size of the interceptor is determined by the GPM discharge rate of the dishwasher as specified by the manufacturer. The interceptor should be sized to have a GPM rating equal to or greater than the discharge rate of the dishwasher.
The interceptor is not designed to be pressurized and should have the inlet and outlet plugged off when pressurizing the plumbing lines for testing.
Yes, the flow control valve can be buried in the ground. However, Zurn recomm