A dry trap is a new nightmare for hotel owners who are already facing customer decline due to coronavirus. As the hotel rooms remain empty for a long time, the P traps become dry and produce a foul sewer odor. This sewer odor is common in abandoned buildings or the parts of a building that are least used or not used for a long time. Sewer odor usually stems from sewer gas, which is a mixture of several gases containing compounds such as ammonia, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, methane, and so on. Inhalation of sewer gas could damage the respiratory system, and may have other severe consequences. How to avoid a dry trap? There is a new Simple Drain solution introduced by Crushproof Tubing for the hotel industry that allows hoteliers to avoid a dry trap. How does this product work? Why is it called a revolutionary product? Read the post to know the answers.
The P trap is a device, which features a U-shaped tubing or pipe with two ends. One end is connected to the sink tailpipe and the other end to the main drain in the wall that leads to the sewer. The P trap holds a small amount of water, which prevents sewer gases from entering into living spaces through drain pipes.
According to Todd Grayson, inventor and partner at Crushproof Tubing, this self-plunging drain is set to revolutionize drain traps, owing to its following user-friendly features:
The team at Crushproof Tubing Company is confident that this Simple Drain product will ease dry trap worries of hoteliers with its durability, quality, and ease of disinfection. To know more, please get in touch with Crushproof Tubing team today.