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Whenever a drain is working properly, we don’t think about how it works and how it’s constructed. But when your water pipes are clogged, you have to find out. Because different types of drains require different drain cleaning tools.The pipes in different scenes will have different structures, such as the pipes in the bathtub and the kitchen are completely different.The pipes in the kitchen and the bathroom are not the same pipe. The pipes in the bathroom lead to the septic tank through a special flushing pipe, and the sewage in the kitchen needs to be treated by the oil separation sedimentation tank.Because some kitchen wastewater contains oil, it must be treated before it can be discharged outdoors. If it is not treated, it will cause environmental pollution. It can be recycled and reused. The toilet water is the sewage discharged from the toilet toilet, which is directly discharged into the septic tank.

  1. U-shaped drain pipe

The U-shaped drainage pipe is the most widely used drainage form in the family. This drainage pipe is U-shaped, and there will always be water at the bottom of the tank during the drainage process. Drainage occurs when the pressure at the water inlet at one end is stronger than the water outlet.

  1. P-traps

Typically installed immediately below a sink, bathtub or other sanitary appliance, the appliance drain leads to a curved section of pipe called a P-type trap.The purpose of this drain is to keep water out, seal the drain system and prevent sewer gas from rising from the sewer system into your home. If you’ve ever come home after a long vacation and noticed a faint sewer smell in the air, it’s probably because the water in the drain has evaporated, allowing the sewer smell to enter your home.

  1. Toilet traps

After flushing, the water level in the toilet will gradually increase, and the pressure and water level will be higher than the pipe outlet at this time. The water will be discharged to the sewer along with the pipe. When the pressure and water level of the toilet inlet pipe are lower than the drain outlet, the drainage will stop, and the remaining water will remain in the pipe to continue to form a water seal.

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