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Baptistry Plumbing

Baptistry Plumbing
Accessory plumbing valves and drains for filling and draining your church baptistry.

All baptistries should have an overflow drain valve to prevent the baptistry from overflowing when being filled. We offer two styles of manual drain, internal linkage where the lifting mechanism is inside the tubing and external linkage which features a cable on the exterior of the tubing to lift the drain stopper.
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  • Flush Mount Baptistry fill port
  • Brass fill valve
  • Lever operated from behind baptistry
  • Uses 3/4" connections.
Chrome plated, single valve faucet. Can be easily mounted at any desired location on rim. For 1/2" connections.
  • Manual Baptistry Drain
  • Our most economical drain system
  • chrome plated fittings
  • overflow drain with mechanical trip lever
  • Includes all necessary fittings for installation.
  • For STANDARD 3'6" (42") deep baptistries
  • ABS Plastic
  • Please email for pricing and availability
  • Deluxe Manual Baptistry Overflow & Drain
  • Unique "Free flow" design uses an external cable linkage
  • High quality machined fittings assure a positive seal to prevent seepage
  • Drain is activated by an attractive rotating knob on the overflow fitting
  • Use with Standard 42" deep baptistries
  • Schedule 40 PVC
  • Fill your baptistry like a bathtub
  • Made of Extra Heavy Chromium Brass
  • 1/2" S.P.S fitting
  • Mount to decking
  • Baptistry Overflow Drain for 42" Deep Baptistries
  • Can be installed at any convenient location in baptism pool
  • Use the lever on the overflow to open and close drain valve.
  • No need to get wet when operating the drain lever!
  • "O" Rings on valve prevent leakage.
  • Extra Heavy Duty Wall Fitting
  • Chromium Plated Brass (Silver in appearance)
  • 3/4" threaded female inlet (see additional picture)
  • Flush mounts to inside wall of baptistry and is used to fill the baptistry pool.
  • We suggest placing it high enough up where you will hear the water running into the pool while the baptistry is filling, but not so high as to splash water outside the pool.
  • The threaded tail piece is just under 1-7/8" diameter so it will fit through a 1-7/8" side wall hole. If you are drilling a new hole, make it 1-7/8" diameter. For existing holes, this will fit in holes from 1-7/8" to about 2-1/8", maybe up to 2-3/8" if the hole is above the water line (depending on wall thickness and hole condition)
  • Flange OD is 2-5/8"
  • Manual Drain Unit- our most economical drain system
  • Includes chrome plated fittings
  • Overflow with a mechanical trip lever
  • All necessary fittings for installation
  • For 48" deep baptistries
  • Deluxe Manual Drain For 48" deep baptistries
  • Unique "Free flow" design uses an external cable linkage.
  • Highest quality machined fittings assure a positive seal to prevent seepage.
  • Drain is activated by an attractive rotating knob on the overflow fitting.
Q. We have a baptistry that is 48” inches deep and need to replace the drain.  The overflow/trip lever is located at 42” from bottom of baptistry. I was wondering if you could help me determine if I need the 172 Or 172B drain assembly please.

A. To my knowledge, there are no longer any drains made for 48” baptistries as nobody makes a 48” baptistry anymore.

The 172 is too short and cannot be modified in the field easily.The 172b was discontinued many years ago.

You are going to need this one

You can modify it by adding additional pipe and if needed, splicing the external control cable.