Green Drain Product Test Report

Test House: Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute

May 6, 2016

Chemical Resistance Test Result
All test samples were rinsed with clean water and dried with paper towels then left for 24 hours for natural dry before inspection.

  • Mass Change Ratio (weight): +0.21%
  • Visual Inspection: No change in color nor shape. No sign of corrosion
  • Tactile Impression: No change
  • Harness Measurement (silicon skirt): No change

Thermak Shock Test Result

  • Visual Inspection: No change in color nor shape. No sign of corrosion
  • Tactile Impression: No change
  • Harness Measurement (silicon skirt): No changetion: No change

International Testing

Testing of floor drain trap seal protection devices, type Green Drain from HOPE A/S

October 19, 2016

The results of the tests were as follows:

  • Testing of vacuum and pressure. The result was, that the floor drain trap seal protection devices withstand a pressure > 400 pa (40 mm water column). En turn, the floor drain trap seal protection device coped with less than 20 pa negative pressure (suction) from the drain installation. Additionally opens the floor drain trap seal protection device completely in conjunction with major deposits etc. to pass through.
  • Testing of self-cleaning ability. Self-cleaning ability of the trial after the temperature cycle test was satisfactory, since no bullets were retained.
  • Testing of the water flow. The result was, that the flow of water through the floor drain trap seal protection device was about 14 Ils, which is accepted according to EN 1253-1.
  • Adhering to the pipe/floor drain was quite different in the three different types of floor drains, which the product was ¡nstalled ln In particular, for one floor drain, the adhering was only mediocre.

Provningsrapport fra Teknologisk Institut, Rorcentret, nr. 713952

July 10, 2016

Performance

  • The odor closure is designed as a circular tube with an elastic closure element. When underpressure in the drain, air is drawn out while closing the air when overpressure in the drain line.

Test Certifications

IAPMO RESEARCH AND TESTING, INC.

May 12, 2020

Identification:

  • Each device shall be permanently and legibly marked with the manufacturer’s name or trademark and the application designation for the type of floor which the product could be installed ( Any Floor Finish (AF), Any Floor, Grease Laden Waste (AF-GW), Shower Floor (SF), Concrete Floor (CF), Ceramic Tile Floor (CT), Wood Floor (WF) ) Product shall also bear the cUPC® certification mark. Packaging shall bear the manufacturer’s name or trademark, model number or description of the device, rating for type of floor, rated for grease-laden waste (if applicable), and the floor drain size.

Approval to be used in lieu of a Trap Primer set by the State of Michigan
ASSE-1072 Standards

Installation Insructions

The Green Drain GD2(2”), GD3(3”), GD35(3.5”) and GD4(4”) Floor Drain Trap Seal Devices install into either the `outlet connections of floor drain bodies or into the inside of floor drain strainers. To install into the outlet connections of floor drain bodies, remove the grate or strainer and place the appropriate size Green Drain product (match the opening size 2”, 3”, 3.5”, or 4” with the product size) into the inside of the floor drain body outlet connection. The four flexible silicone sealing ribs ensure easy installation into openings that have variations in size.
To install into the inside of floor drain strainers, remove the grate or strainer and place the appropriate size Green Drain product (match the opening size 2”, 3”, 3.5” or 4” with the product size) into the inside of the throat of the strainer. The four flexible silicone sealing ribs ensure easy installation into openings that have variations in size. The product is not intended to be installed in lieu of a trap primer.

Maintenance Instructions:

The Green Drain should be flushed with water once a month to clear debris. Otherwise, the Green Drain is maintenance free.