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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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.
Completely unscrew the tailpiece nut and swing the P-trap out slightly.
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.
The only difference between the S-trap and the P-trap is the position of the outlet tube.
We took care of this by using a P-trap device to divert the GAC-treated effluent before it entered the laboratory sink drain.
Tenders are invited for Supply, Installation And Commissioning Of Direct Mounting Bolted Design Bio Digest Design Complete With P-Trap And Ball Valve Arrangement, Only R.
It fills the bowl and starts the flush-and-siphon action in the P-trap below.
a P-Trap, which extends from a fixture into a wall; and an S-Trap, which extends from the fixture into the floor.