|Posted by Vince on July 01, 2004 at 18:36:55:|
|In response to Re: Correct Fernco Installation|
: What are/is the difference, What is the Hub?
A "no hub" connector is a fernco that is clad in metal. Also called a "Mission-Clay Coupler". It is used to connect 2 pipes together when only straight pipe is used.
A hub is also a bell that the the end of one pipe fits into on the other pipe and then sealed by a gasket or gasket material to make a water tight connection.
The no hub is only 1 step above a fernco which should only be used for short term or temporary repairs in emergency situations.
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