Traps are components of drainage systems that are used in plumbing for the purpose of fluid, waste, gas, or insect prevention (retention). They are crucial for the sewage systems in all setups whether domestic or commercial. They stop waste materials from entering the sewage systems thus, preventing the occurrence of any illness or disease. They act as a barrier that stops water and insects to escape from the drain pipes into your homes.
Waste, fluids, and insects get trapped inside the drain in small amounts. You can detach the traps from the drain, clean them, and reposition them as well. Besides all this, traps also help in any solid waste entering the drains.
However, present day traps are capable of self-cleaning. They are designed in such a way that the water flows at
speed and drains away all the waste trapped inside them.
In any trap, it is imperative to protect the water seal as it is important for its successful functioning. Ventilation and suctioning also play an important role in the same. Suiting the requirement, traps come in different shapes and sizes. Discussed below are the distinctive variants that are commonly used:
1. Floor/Nahni Trap
Floor drain traps are the most commonly used traps. These can be commonly noticed inside washrooms, bathrooms, toilets, kitchens, balcony, verandah, terrace, rooftop, car parking, hospitals, hotels, laboratory, et al. Nahni traps are used to collect solid waste such as hair strands in kitchen sinks, bathrooms, and washbasins.
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2. Gully Trap
A gully trap is fixed externally to the sewage outlet. Waste water from kitchens, washrooms, sinks, etc. are trapped inside the Gully trap. It is also used for separating the sullage drain from the sewer outlets. These are heavy metals traps the weight of which should not be less than 7.25 kgs ideally. It is imperative that gully traps are cleansed at regular intervals so as to prevent blockages of any sort.
3. Pest Removal Traps
Pest removal traps are utilized for trapping various kinds of insects and rodents inside them. These traps can usually be fixed inside drains or can be used individually. Pest removal traps capture the rodents and insects inside them and stop them from entering the drain pipes or your home. However, these are usually not self-cleansing types. You will have to pull out these traps manually and discard the waste and insect remains.
4. Grease Trap
As the name suggests, these traps are used for separating the fluids and grease from wastewater. These traps are usually fixed inside the waste pipe itself.
While purchasing traps you must keep in mind that they should be convenient and quick to install, self-cleaning, prevent insects, rodents, foul smell, waste water, and gases from entering your home, and have a long-shelf-life.