Fire Rated Drains
ProSet provides a complete line of Government spec fire-rated drains. These drains can connect to plastic or cast iron pipe through above-ground floors or ground-floor concrete slabs. ProSet also has a low-profile drain which will connect to plastic in a metal deck or in a wood floor. Photographs of the drains, with drawings (which show the Trap Guard installed) are shown, below.
All of these fire-rated drains are suitable for use with ProSet’s Trap Guard Drain System for flexibility in the use and placement of drains.
Trap Guard US Patent Number: 6,795,987
Plastic Pipe Underground
Connecting the floor drain to plastic pipe through a ground floor concrete slab. The drain has a 3″ PVC plastic hub for a direct plastic pipe connection.
Cast Iron Underground
Connecting the floor drain to cast iron pipe through a ground floor concrete slab. The fire-rated drains have a 3″ no hub mechanical joint for cast iron connections.
Plastic Pipe Aboveground
Connecting the floor drain to plastic pipe in above ground concrete floors. The drain stub has a built-in intumescent wrap strip for fire protection.
Cast Iron Aboveground
Connecting the floor drain to cast iron pipe in above ground concrete floors. The drain has a 3″ liner pipe solvent cemented into the bottom socket connected to a cast iron P-Trap.
Plastic in Metal Deck
Connecting the floor drain to plastic pipe through a corrugated concrete slab. The drain has a 4-1/2″ diameter metal extension with built-in intumescent wrap strip for a 3″ plastic pipe connection.
Plastic through Cored Hole
Connecting the floor drain through a 4-1/2″ diameter cored hole through existing or pre-cast concrete. The drain will set 3/4″ above the concrete floor. It can be cut into the floor or additional concrete can be poured.