Studor Trap-Vent protects water seal

Published:  08 June, 2017

Studor, trap, AAV, air admittance valve

Studor’s Trap-Vent for installing under sinks combines a water trap and air-admittance valve (AAV) and is designed to prevent the water in the trap being lost by, for example, siphonage. These water traps can easily be retrofitted to an existing bathroom and are also ideal for group venting in, for example, hotels, care homes and hospitals.

A Trap-Vent is a combined trap with a 50 mm water seal and an integral AAV. It reduces the need for secondary ventilation in small fixture groups and replaces conventional S traps and P traps. It is height adjustable for flexible installation, has integral self cleaning and its suitable for bath and shower rooms.

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