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Old 1/25/13, 7:46 PM
David J. Counts, III David J. Counts, III is offline
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Default No P-trap? Haven't seen this type of drain before

Has anyone seen this? Shouldn't there be a P-Trap somewhere.
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Default Re: No P-trap? Haven't seen this type of drain before

Called a bottle trap.

I don't think they are permitted in most jurisdictions. Probably because you cannot rod them (assumption on my part). They're popular when the trap is exposed to view, cause they're purdy.



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Default Re: No P-trap? Haven't seen this type of drain before

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Has anyone seen this? Shouldn't there be a P-Trap somewhere.

That is the trap. Usually found on high end sinks
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