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Where did the name "BAG TRAP " come from? Doesn't seem a proper name. I've always put in 17 Ga. chrome.
Thanks guys for all your imput. What I meant was tubluar traps. I say bag traps because I figured most contractors would already know the term. I apologize I may get carried away with the plumbing lingo. I will try to be more proper next time. But yes that was what I meant. They are basic tublar traps in a bag, easy to install and cost efficient. Believe me It blew my mind to. That all he could find wrong is he didn't like the traps. HEY I ll have to start asking next time up front.
Wise man said "Hot on the left, cold on the right, crap flows downhill, and checks come on Friday"
I do mostly service work and I go through many "bags" of tubular traps, tail pieces, extensions, dishwasher y's, and end outlets, bags and bags of them.
Anyone see the newer end outlets with the dishwasher Y already installed as part of the end outlet? I never saw them before until recently but I do carry them now. Cheaper than buying both the end outlet and the dishwasher Y.
I've never had anyone say they want a better trap than what I'm installing.
Re: Bag Traps "Do you like em or Hate em"
I have been using them. I went on a drain job outside of D.C. kitchen drain and they had a garbage disposer and a 1-1/2" tubular trap . It actually made the cleaning go easier since I could go straight into the drain instead of up thru a sch 40 trap ARM also did not have to worry about grinding the ground joint up with the 5/8" cable! After I got done I hooked the "bag" trap back up and all is well I have been using them ever since.