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Answered 2006-08-02 20:34:58

You can purchase a rubber adapter with one side connecting to the PVC pipe and the other connecting to the steel pipe. There are clamps on each end to tighten down and make water tight. Any good Plumbing supply or even Home Depot or Lowe's should have them.


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It will connect to the PVC pipe into the wall which ultimately will connect into the main sewer line outside.

Normally you glue it together. Where it meets steel or copper, you use the proper fitting on the PVC to accept the steel or copper. For steel on the drain, a rubber connection with hose clamps can also be used.

You cannot use pvc on hot water, only cpvc

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A PVC ball valve, and add a threaded coupler to attach the supply line from sink.

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No! Steel is a very bad choice for plumbing, as it rusts and can poison your water. PVC, copper, or clay pipes are recommended for plumbing.

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It depends on the plumbing code in your area.

Galvanized steel is better for plumbing in a bathroom sink. It lasts a lot longer than PVC.

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purchase a threaded connector, for the PVC pipe, then purchase a metal threaded adaptor for soft pipe, see your hardware man,

You need 2 mechanical fittings with compatible threads. One is PVC to glue to the PVC and one is brass to solder to the brass. Then they screw together.

In general you would only do this if you need to connect a section of brass piping to a pvc section.

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If the line is outside, sloping will prevent the risk of freezing/braking if there is not water in the line! Inside, it just prevents risk of drips and bacteria growing in what could be stagnant water.

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