I live in a condo on the 3rd floor. The complex has 6 floors. There have
been a few times where the kitchen sink gets flooded with whatever is in
the pipes at the time. One time the amount was enough to get onto the
countertop and onto the floor. This was a result of a unit above me
pouring paint down the sink. I'd like to prevent this from happening
in the future so was wondering if there are any devices out there
that could be installed in the pipes under my kitchen sink that would
prevent backflow into the sink. From what i've seen so far it would have
to be some type of backflow preventer or anti siphon valve. Does anyone
have a solutions/products for the above problem?
These are usually used vertical, but the
might work OK horizontal.
How you adapt it to the trap piping will depend on what's
under the sink...
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