What about the knuckle or running adaptors for use with HepV0 'traps'? Ah -
but they then provide another thread at the other end... Oh well.
In the large changing rooms in my old school there was a long line of
basins with the wastes simply falling into an open trough. I am pretty sure
that they did not have any form of trap.
Right. But that sounds like a *very* old installation - I'm talking about
bits you could buy from a shed or PM.
I'm actually curious as to whether it could be done easily, as I can
imagine a situation where having the trap remote from the basin could be
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I think a standard 32mm pipe fits inside most basin waste gratings and the
compression nut also fits the thread. So it should be possible to fit the
pipe inside the waste fitting and tighten an ordinary nut around it, that
would let you use a running trap somewhere else along the pipework.
Yes - rather old - but I thought the system might still be in use in such
Being (slightly) more awake today, the HepV0 descriptions do show traps in
all sorts of rather unusual positions which would require a length of waste
pipe connected to the basin waste. So there must be some way - and maybe BW
is right about how?
On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 16:33:31 GMT, BigWallop wrote:
look like the proper fittings for the job.
For kitchen sink wastes, B+Q have a waste kit that moves the trap to the
back of the cupboard, which is useful.
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