WC connector pipes connect the toilet pans with the soil drain pipes that are present underground and are a part of the underground drainage system. Toilet connectors are a very important fitting and thus are available in varying types like :
- Straight WC pan connector – Generally used with wall mounted toilet pans, these connectors are straight and rigid.
- 14 degree angle WC pan connector– these connectors are bent at a slight angle of 14 degrees for gravity to come into action.
- 20mm offset WC pan connector pipe– these pipes are narrow and are capable of carrying lesser waste at once.
- 40mm offset WC pan connector pipe- These are wide connectors and capable of carrying more waste without clogging up.
- Extended straight WC pan connector- these connectors are longer in length than normal WC pan connectors
- 90 degree bend WC pan connector- These connectors have a 90 degree bend and are also called elbow pan connectors.
- Swan neck WC pan connector– the curve in this connector is shaped like a swan’s neck, thus the name.
- Flexible WC pan connector- Made of plastic, this connector is flexible and can move after connecting both ends with toilet pan and soil pipes.
- 90 degree flexible WC pan connector – Flexible connector with a 90 degree bend.
WASH BASIN BOTTLE TRAP:
Wash basin bottle trap fittings have a bottle like structure connected to a pipe at one end. This Basin bottle trap is connected below the wash basin and it contains some amount of water at all times to act as a seal against the foul smelling gases that come up from the drain pipes towards the opening of the wash basin. This seal of water does not let the foul gases to escape.
Wash basin traps help keep the bathrooms and other places clean and hygienic without the contamination by foul gases and dirt from the drain pipes.
Wash basin traps have bottle-like wider pipes that collect freshly drained water after each use such that the bottle is filled with water all the time and the foul smells and gases do not get an escape route.
Whenever there is a fault in the working of wash basin bottle trap fittings, the gases escape and fill the surroundings, thus contaminating the atmosphere around the wash basin and increasing the risk of infectious diseases due to the dirt.
AAV VALVE FOR VENTS
AAV Valves are Air admittance valves that deal with the negative pressure building up inside the plumbing systems and prevent the siphonage of traps. Siphonage is filling up of liquid in a container placed in the lower position, thus filling up of the traps.
AAV air admittance valves are installed after the traps in the drain line connections of the fittings like bathtubs, washbasins, urinals, floor drains and ventilation pipes.
AAV vents are classified as special fittings as they have very specialised use and are installed vertically only (straight upward), this is done so because closing of the AAV vent is due to gravity which acts straight vertically downwards.
AIR ADMITTANCE VALVES
Air admittance valves are pressure-activated valves that allow air to enter into the drainage systems. These valves are one-way valves and allow movement of air in only one direction. The air that enters through air admittance valves prevents the siphonage of the traps.
The valve allows the air to enter only when a negative pressure builds up in the plumbing system. The closing of the valve takes place due to the gravity and there is no net pressure left for the formation of a flow.
Inspection chambers in plumbing are very important as they provide easy access to the pipes that are buried underground. These Access chambers let the plumber/maintenance person inspect the drainage system and look for faults in the system. These manhole chambers also let us remove the dirt that could possibly block the drain pipes and cause inconvenience.
Manhole chambers are required wherever there is a change of direction, convergence or divergence in the underground drainage pipes to ensure smooth working of the systems due to timely maintenance.
Traditionally, inspection chambers were made of brick and cement which took a lot of time and demanded a lot of money. But today, CPVC manhole chambers have replaced the traditional concrete chambers as they are more economical and easier to use.
Ajay Terraline manufactures multi-inlet inspection chambers in two different sizes according to the needs along with manhole covers, riser pipes and plugs to terminate the endings.
These inspection chambers are connected to riser pipes that bring the access of the chambers to surface levels.
Ajay CPVC inspection chamber prices are very reasonable in spite of having the highest quality raw material and use of the latest cutting-edge technology in the manufacturing.
Ajay Access chambers are fully compatible with other products of the Ajay Terraline which include underground drainage pipes, fittings and inspection chamber accessories.