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Sink Waste Trap Drain

Sink Waste Trap Drain

Bathroom Sink Strainer Siphon P Trap Staying to protect your house-related used water

· Bottle trap siphon

· Surface Treatment; chrome plated

· Two Materials available: Brass or Stainless Steel 201

· Media; Water; Seawater; Oil

 (standard 1 1/4″ connections to basin waste)

In plumbing, the waste trap is a device shaped with a bending pipe path to retain used water to prevent harmful gases into the house.

Description

Bathroom Basin Sink Waste Trap Drain

HF-0070

Flange and Slip Joint Extension Tube

Brass/stainless steel

1-1/2” and 1-1/4 size

P trap/Waste Pipe

Chrome plated/Brushed Gold Finished/ Matte Black/ Oil Rubbed Bronze/ Brushed Nickel

Standard P-trap with flange and extension tube. 1-1/4 inch Slip Inlet. Fit US plumbing.

The toilet trap is made from heavy-duty solid brass construction with a copper extension tube, metal nut, and flange. Brass is more reliable than alloy and ABS plastic in anti-corrosion and durability.

It is convenient to install the p-trap in the bathroom or kitchen. The waste kit has an extension tube for extending the lavatory drain tailpiece to the drain trap. It is an inlet basin waste pipe tubular drain connection, adjustable, and fix that can be the trap adapter to adjust the height to connect your sink drain. It can replace sink plumbing.

The excellent finish is rust-resistant and corrosion-resistant. A decorative bottle trap enhances the appearance of open vanities.

Introduction: what is a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain?

A bathroom basin sink waste trap drain is a pipe that goes under the sink and connects to the sewer line. It is used to catch any water that may leak from the sink and prevent it from entering the sewer. The trap also keeps any odors from the sewer from coming back up through the drain.

The anatomy of a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain.

If your bathroom sink is draining slowly or water is backing up into the basin, there’s a good chance that your bathroom sink waste trap drain needs to be cleaned. A waste trap drain is the U-shaped pipe located under the bathroom sink. Over time, this pipe can become clogged with hair, soap scum, and other debris.

 

Fortunately, cleaning a bathroom sink waste trap drain is a relatively easy do-it-yourself project. In most cases, all you need is a plunger and some patience. How to remove a bathroom sink waste trap drain. If you can’t get the water to drain from your bathroom sink, it could be clogged due to hair or soap scum. The first step in fixing this problem is removing the old sink trap.

 

The benefits of having a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain

A bathroom basin sink waste trap drain is a great way to keep your drains clean and free of debris. By having a basin sink waste trap drain, you can be sure that any hair or other small items that fall into the sink will be caught before they can clog up your drains. This can save you money in the long run by preventing costly repairs or replacements. In addition, a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain can also help to reduce odors from your drains by trapping them before they have a chance to escape into your home.

 

How to install a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain

A bathroom basin sink waste trap drain is essential to any bathroom. It is designed to catch any debris that may fall into the sink and prevent it from clogging up the pipes. A good quality bathroom basin sink waste trap drain will be made of durable material that is easy to clean. It should also be designed to allow water to flow freely through it without getting blocked.

 

How to maintain a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain

Assuming you would like tips on how to maintain a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain:

It is important to keep your bathroom basin sink waste trap drain clean and clear of any blockages. Here are a few tips on how to maintain a bathroom basin sink waste trap drain:

 

  1. Use a plunger: If you notice your sink is draining slowly, you can first use a plunger to try and unclog the drain.

 

  1. Use a chemical drain cleaner: If the plunger doesn’t work, you can try using a chemical drain cleaner. Be sure to follow the instructions on the bottle carefully so that you don’t damage your pipes.
  2. Use a snake. If the plunger and chemical drain cleaner aren’t working, you can try using a long metal rod known as a “snake.” This may take some time to work, so be patient.

 

 

Additional information

Size

11/4"X32, 11/2"X40

Materials

Brass/Stainless steel

Finishing

Polishing, Chrome Plated

Warranty

24 months

Media

Water, Waste Water, Oil, Sea Water

Type

Drains and wall mounted

MOQ

1000

Lead time

40 days

Payment

T/T,L/C

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