- 1 Do you need special plumbing for a double sink?
- 2 Can 2 sinks share the same drain?
- 3 How many P traps does a double kitchen sink require?
- 4 What is a double sanitary tee used for?
- 5 How far apart should double sinks be?
- 6 Does a double vanity add value?
- 7 Does double sink with disposal need two P traps?
- 8 Can a P-trap be higher than the drain pipe?
- 9 How do I know what size P-trap I need?
- 10 How hard is it to add a second sink in bathroom?
- 11 How do I connect two supply lines to a faucet?
Do you need special plumbing for a double sink?
A double vanity can offer a “his” and “hers” sink. In most cases, you can easily adapt the supply and drain pipes to accommodate two sinks, using tee fittings, special valves, extension pipes and hoses. You may have to vent each sink separately, though, depending on your local plumbing codes.
One per works just fine and cost difference is negligible. if they don’t have enough access for the drop I could see the need for a single trap. Adding in the trap in the second sink would be fine.
How many P traps does a double kitchen sink require?
I agree with David(as usual!) It is perfectly fine to have (2) “P” traps, one on eash sink of a (2) sink setup. As long as the “P” traps are not Double Trapped ( more than one trap serving a fixture ) then it is fine as long as the weir is sized correctly.
What is a double sanitary tee used for?
The double sanitary tee is generally used at the junction of two different pipes. Generally, the tee connects the two pipes with the vent. This helps to pass fumes and gases out of the system.
How far apart should double sinks be?
Bottom Line. In order to tie the water lines supplying the two sinks together, you should space them no further than 30 inches apart measured from the center of each bowl. This will also provide adequate counter space for both sinks and will look good in most any design.
Does a double vanity add value?
Double vanities also add value to your home. While one sink is typical and essential, two sinks make your home more desirable and attractive to potential buyers. Often, the choice to buy one home over another is how practical the bathroom is; a double vanity definitely adds to that.
Does double sink with disposal need two P traps?
Speaking from personal experience, only use one trap in a dual sink bathroom. With two traps, you can get air pockets blocking one or the other’s drain. Normally, these double tees are used for adjoining bathrooms, so you can have a sink on each side of the wall, and share the same stack.
Can a P-trap be higher than the drain pipe?
6 Answers. You attach the p-trap directly to the drainage and manuever the p-traps exits into you existing drain. It is not ideal to have the p-trap below the the exit drain because water gravity has to force the water out instead of it flowing downwards naturally.
How do I know what size P-trap I need?
If you have 2.5 inches from the bottom of the tailpiece to shelf and 0.5 inches from the drain to shelf you can use CP-trap. First you have to cut 2.5-2.0 inches from the end of the tailpiece. The height of the p-trap is 4.5 inches 5-2.5=2.5 inches or 4.5-2.5=2.0 inches.
How hard is it to add a second sink in bathroom?
It’s entirely possible to replace a single sink with a double sink, although it requires a bit of work and money. Many of them also come with cabinets over the sink along with a mirror. Vanities come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit into any bathroom.
How do I connect two supply lines to a faucet?
For flexible water supply lines, install your faucet and wrap the threaded end in several layers of Teflon Tape. Screw the threaded end and use a compression fitting to connect it to the wall’s supply line. For inflexible water supply lines like hard plastic or copper tubes, connect using compression fittings.