What is a Basin Waste Trap
A basin waste trap is the most common part used in a basin. You will find it connected with the waste pipework of a Basin. It prevents foul-smelling gas and also bacteria come into your home. This trap only works when there is water in that trap, which makes a water seal. The size of the basin waste trap depends on the waste pipework size. Here we discuss some common basin waste traps to understand which needs you.
If you notice a lot of extra piping under your Basin, you will find the p trap. P-traps named after their shape. They use a bend in the pipe to trap water and seal. This seal prevents sewer gases and odors from leaking into your home. Now we discuss the installation process of a p trap to install this type of trap.
At first, measure and cut the wall tube to the length required. Then position the nut and washer on the wall tube. Insert the wall tube in the waste connector and tighten the existing nut. After that, connect the tailpipe with the strainer pipe and set the nut and washer on the tailpipe. Connect the p trap with the tailpipe and the wall tube. Tighten it with the existing nuts, and finally, you have done the work.
The removal process of a p trap
To remove the p trap, you will need a bucket to catch water and a pair of water pump pliers. At first, remove the lock nuts which secure the p trap between the tailpipe and the wall tube. Doing it with the help of pliers will get a little bit of water. You should take the water in the bucket. After that, slide right down the p trap and remove it, and finally, you have done the work.
A bottle trap is used in a basin and sinks to prevent the entry of foul gases. The bottle trap looks like a bottle, and you can easily clean it without removing the whole body. This trap is longer than the p and the s-traps. The installation process of a bottle trap is easy. Now we discuss the installation process to do it easily in the future.
At first, need to remove the outlet nut and place it over the waste pipe. Then place the nut and the conical rubber washer on the waste pipe. Ensure that the chamfered edge faces the trap outlet. Then place the trap outlet over the waste pipe and align the outlet nut to the thread. You will need to tighten it with your hand in the clockwise direction. To fix the trap to the strainer tailpipe, loosen the locking nut. The adjustment tube can then be set at the desired height once at the correct level. Then connect the BSP nut to the waist and remember to re-tighten the lock nut. Finally, You have done the work.
The removal process of a bottle trap
The removal process of the bottle trap and p trap is nearly the same so, we don’t discuss it again. But you will find some advantages when you need to clean a bottle trap. You will not need to remove the whole body. Just turn the base of the bottle trap counterclockwise until the bowl comes out. If you need to remove the full-body, you should first remove the base and wall tube.
The floor trap is located below the floor to collect wastewater from Basin. This trap is available in cast iron or UPVC material. It has removable grating (jali) on top of the waste trap. The water seal needs to be at least 50 mm deep. Now we discuss the installation process of a floor trap to understand the process.
To install a floor trap, you will need a bosch concrete blade on just a circular saw. Before starting, please wear a respirator to save yourself from the dust. To be sure that your plug into a GFI. You will need to see what’s happening underneath this floor and get started. Score around the edges of the drainpipe then, knock out the concrete with a hammer and tile chisel. After that, you should adjust the floor trap then reassemble the concrete. Finally, you have done the work.
The removal process of a floor trap
To remove the floor waste trap, you will only need a hammer. Then hit around the trap cover slowly. After that, it will be easy to take out the floor trap, and finally, you have done the work.
You will find a Gully trap outside the building. It collects the wastewater from the Basin before going to the external sewerage line. This waste trap prevents the entry of cockroaches and other insects from the sewer line to the waste pipe. Now we discuss the installation process of a gully trap, so you will learn how to install this type of trap.
You will need to prepare the location to install a gully trap. If you want to install it in underground drainage, you should dig a hole in the ground. The upper part of the gully trap might remain at the ground level. Stiffen the place using concrete, then connect the sewage pipe into the gully trap. After that, pour concrete over the waste trap and connect the gutter drain into the rainwater gully. Before you do that, you will need to adjust the outlet size. Keep in mind that you will need to regularly clean up the gully trap. If you own a rainwater gully with a basket, you will need to clean it thoroughly before coming winter.
The removal process of a Gully Trap
At first, you will need to understand where the gully trap is situated. Then score around the edges of the gully trap and take out the concrete by a sledgehammer. After that, disconnect it from all the drain pipes. Then you can remove it, and finally, you have done the work.