Curved, U-section of drain pipe that holds a water seal to prevent sewer gasses from entering a building through a fixture's drain pipe.
Curved section of drain line that prevents sewer odors from escaping into the atmosphere. All fixtures that have drains must have a "P" trap installed. A toilet is the only plumbing fixture with an "S" trap.
A piece of pipe shaped like the letter P, used in drains. Its shape prevents fumes or sewage gases from going against the flow of draining water and entering the interior of a home
Plumbing device, used to prevent sewer gas from entering a building, by keeping a water seal in the drain.
P-shaped trap providing a water seal in a waste or soil pipe, primarily at sinks or lavatories.
The trap connecting a sink drain to the plumbing behind the wall. The P shape of the pipe traps foreign objects and prevents sewer gasses from escaping.
A discharge pipe found in sump pits where water drains from the sump pit into the domestic sewer.
A curved plumbing fitting resembling a broken letter "P" designed to trap water and prevent sewer gas from entering the house.
A tubular portion of pipe with a dip that holds water, creating a blockage which prevents gases from passing into the room environment. The P- trap connects the lavatory or sink drain to the main waste line in the wall. Waterworks P-traps are all made from a 17 gauge tubular brass and come in coordinating finishes.