p-trap

p-trap

p-trap
A P-shaped trap forming a water seal in a waste or soil pipe; esp. used for sinks and lavatories.
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tax dollars--to keep out murderous migrants who are (as a whole) less violent than native-born Americans, leading to congressional negotiations that involve no actual negotiations, resulting in a government shutdown undertaken on the advice of radio personalities, defended in an Oval Office address that consisted of alarmism, prejudice, falsehood and other material caught in the P-trap of senior policy adviser Stephen Miller's mind.
P-trap targets both problems and develops new methods and approaches to trap p in drained agricultural areas and in the sediments of eutrophic lakes.
Grease and coffee grounds were found in the P-trap (or J-bend), which, as an aside, also caused dishwasher problems.
From your description and the age of your house, I wonder if the drainpipe from your kitchen sink is of the old-fashioned siphon type (looking like an S instead of a U leading into the back wall -- the latter known as a P-trap).
The BFID also has several inverted siphons (that is, a pipe for transporting water through a low spot, resembling the P-trap under your kitchen sink) to help transfer water across the natural drainage valleys, which lie perpendicular to the canals.
As hair enters the drain's p-trap, it floats and spins on top of the water.
Place a bowl under the P-trap. Then use slip-joint pliers to loosen the compression nuts at the drain tailpiece and both nuts on the trap.
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.
The waste hose belonging to your washing machine has to discharge into a waste pipe or trap above the top of the drum, and one solution is to hook the hose into the top of an open standpipe with a P-trap at the base.
Did you know that you can and should match the sink p-trap on a pedestal lavatory, that the stops and supply tubes for the toilet and lavatory come in the same finish as the faucet?
Easily adapted to existing under-sink plumbing wherever there is a p-trap (u-shaped joint), the clear collection bottle enables you to see the trapped "solid" (clay, tools, etc.) contents and reduces odors generated in the trap.