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1616 Trap Terminology - Plumbing - Drain Waste and Vent Plumbing
 
1616 Trap Terminology - Plumbing - Drain Waste and Vent Plumbing -

Image Text: Cross section > inlet > tail piece (or fixture outlet pipe) > trap adapter > P-trap (with cleanout) > cleanout > lower dip > trap dip (upper dip) > trap seal depth > trap seal depth must be at least 1-1/2 inches to 2 inches (and not more than 4 inches according to some authorities) > trap weir (crown weir) > outlet > trap arm (or fixture drain)

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