What is a Trap?

In the aspect of plumbing & sanitary, a “trap” is a bend that prevent sewer gases or foul smell from escaping into the building. Depends on the type of fixture, it is located below or with a fixture and is defined in the shape it forms; such as P-trap, S-trap.

What is a Trap Distance?

Trap distance refers to the horizontal distance measured from the finished wall surface to the centre of the sewage pipe. Mathematically, 1 inch = 25.4mm

How to determine a Trap Distance?

In the aspect of plumbing & sanitary, a ‘trap’ is a bend that prevent sewer gases or foul smell from escaping into the building. Depends on the type of fixture, it is located below or within a fixture and is defined in the shape it forms; such as P-trap, S-trap.

Difference between Washdown and Siphonic WC Bowl?

In the aspect of plumbing & sanitary, a ‘trap’ is a bend that prevent sewer gases or foul smell from escaping into the building. Depends on the type of fixture, it is located below or within a fixture and is defined in the shape it forms; such as P-trap, S-trap.

Differences between ZeroRim, Rimless and Box Rim WC Flushing Bowls?

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