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Holdrite Water Heater Drain Pan, QuickPan Aluminum Pan Drip Tray, 1-Inch PVC Drain Fitting, 28-Inch Diameter, QP-28

Product Description

Sturdy, lightweight aluminum drain pan tray for use with electric or gas hot water heaters

Includes integrated 1" PVC drain fitting

Circular round pan measuring 28" in diameter

Rolled edges to avoid cuts and scrapes

Contains overflow or drips to prevent water damage

Imported from USA

Holdrite QuickPan water heater pans provide a quick and easy solution when a drain pan is required under a water heater.
Drain pans prevent water damage by catching possible drips and overflow from water heaters. The aluminum alloy
construction of this item is suitable for both gas and electric water heaters and meets IPC and UPC code requirements.

* Has an integrated 1" PVC drain fitting for easy connection and installation
* Resists rusting and corrosion
* Pan depth of 2-1/2 inches

Holdrite: Converting Makeshift Methods into Engineered Solutions

The last three decades have seen HOLDRITE evolve from a single product family business to an international corporation
and acknowledged industry leader. HOLDRITE has established a reputation as a leading manufacturer known for innovative
products and services in such categories as pipe and equipment support systems, acoustical plumbing solutions, water
heater accessories, and water and firestop sleeving systems. Hundreds of millions of HOLDRITE products have been
installed into a wide variety of projects from single-family and multi-family housing to hotel, government, military,
healthcare, institutional and many other market sectors.

By understanding both the large project perspective and specific application requirements, HOLDRITE has developed
solutions that assist in establishing a “shop standard” for the collaborative efforts of developers, architects,
engineers and contractors. Over the years, HOLDRITE has become the industry standard for “Converting Makeshift Methods
into Engineered Solutions.”