S-trap

S-trap

S-trap
An S-shaped trap, 1.
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It also displayed various products under its sanitaryware range, including Oplance, Metropolitan Deluxe, Compact (S-Trap), Infinity, and HIS & HERS (P-Trap) lines.
It is also exhibiting various products under its sanitary ware range, including its Oplance, Metropolitan Deluxe, Compact (S-Trap), Infinity, and HIS & HERS (P-Trap) lines.
In 1874 an anonymous plumber solved the S-trap's troubles with a simple trick.
Serum alkaline phosphatase (S-ALP) (reference interval 0-5.0 [mu]kat/1), serum-tar/rate-resistant acid phosphatase (S-TRAP) (reference interval 0-60 nkat/l) were determined by standard methods [6].
The only difference between the S-trap and the P-trap is the position of the outlet tube.
The S-trap is a precursor of the P-trap, and it's easily recognized because it exits into the floor, not the wall.
a P-Trap, which extends from a fixture into a wall; and an S-Trap, which extends from the fixture into the floor.
Few solutions proved to be sanitary, but the "S-trap" stood above the rest (Fig.