Before you can install a Kitchen Sink Drain, you should know what a kitchen sink drain looks like. Although I have used ABS acrylonitrile butadiene styrene pipes and fittings in this example, the same fittings are available in PVC chlorinated poly-vinyl chloride. But, many plumbers prefer ABS because it is easier to work with when it comes to gluing it, ABS does not require a primer and the glue set much faster so there are fewer chances of error. Here are a few typical examples:.
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A double kitchen sink drain is one with the familiar basket strainer you see on most kitchen sinks. It features a cross grid at the drain opening to prevent large objects from falling into the drain and a removable strainer so can you keep the drain clear of small food items. A double kitchen sink, on the other hand, is the double sink you find in many kitchens. You only need one P-trap to hook up a double sink to a drain, and you route the pipes according to the placement of the wall drain.
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