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where can i get an in-line interceptor trap to catch hair?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by HootingOwl, 2 Jan 2010.

  1. HootingOwl

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    i am looking for an interceptor trap to install in a hair salon to catch all the crud in the waste pipe from the basins. reason being that there is a saniflow waste pump on the end of the pipe and it keeps getting jammed with hair.

    had a look in the BES catalogue and could not see anything. i need something to put on a 50mm (or 42mm) waste pipe that will trap hairs before they end up in the saniflow. trap has to be fairly easy to clean.

    putting traps on the basins not an option as they are island units that drain straight down into the floor. i only have access to the common waste pipe that they all flow into.

    any ideas? cheers
     
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    Try a swept tee with a short piece of pipe and an unscrewable stop end. Fit it so it points downwards after the last basin
     
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    What is it with the Yanks and syrups?
     
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    Try a search for a

    Ez-Flo 73024 Canplas In-Line Strainer Hair Trap. I suspect there are others but that sounds a possible solution for you.


     
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    It's a 4 year old post.
     
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    That's amazing!! An Edinbuger with some intellect???!!! Ken eh!! In that daft singy voice that make them sound like someone is rubbing their b.llox with a feather!!!
     
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    Aye stirrups, foremost in the cowboys thoughts!!!...... :LOL:
     
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    I just wear the wife's wig & dress when she's not at home.
     
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    I didn't know your wife was bald?

    Andy
     
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    Andy, you clearly know very little about cross dressing!! Olive is not bald by the way, well, she doesn't have a bald head, but yes down below she's bald...... ;)
     
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    Way too much information! :LOL:
     
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