Providing Real Value for Everyone Trap Guard® simplifies the solution to an important problem. It’s value is significant: improved public health, reduction in costs, easier installation and maintenance, fewer headaches, new options for drainage system design…. To find out how Trap Guard® can benefit you, regardless of whether you are in the plumbing industry or […]
Trap Guard® Approvals ProSet Trap Guard® is approved at national, state and local levels as a replacement for the trap primer. It has undergone rigorous testing by a variety of independent and reputable testing authorities (see below) in order to obtain those approvals. Can You Legally Specify and Install the Trap Guard Within a Jurisdiction […]
Trap Guard® Value Comes in Many Forms Trap Guard® can be used: to accomplish many different objectives; in many different drainage systems designs and in many different applications and roles. We have identified some of the ways in which Trap Guard® can be used, below. Please click on those applications which are of most interest. […]
Protection of the Public’s Health The most important stated objective of the plumbing industry is to protect the health of the public. While we have done an effective job in this area, there are new and serious health threats that are surfacing. These threats include the transmission of infectious diseases and bacteria via drains with […]
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Product Guide Specification Trap Guard® US Patent Number: 6,795,987 Click here to download the CSI Specification in PDF Format Specifier Notes: This product guide specification is written according to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) 3-Part Format, including MasterFormat, SectionFormat, and PageFormat, contained in the CSI Manual of Practice. The section must be carefully reviewed and […]
Acetone X Alcohol, methyl G Alcohol, ethyl G Alcohol, butyl F Aniline X Benzene X Carbon disulfide X Carbon tetrachloride X Chlorobenzene X Chloroform X Ethyl acetate X Ethyl chloride X Ethelene dichloride X Ethyl ether X Formaldehyde, 37% G Gasoline F Heptane X Methlyne Chloride X Methl ethyl ketone X Nitrobenzene X Phenol X […]
Potassium dichromate E Potassium permanganate G Sodium cyanide E Sodium ferrocyanide E Sodium hypochlorite E Legend: E = Excellent, no discernable attack, G=Good, no significant attack, F=mild attack, limited use, P=Poor, X= Unacceptable.
Carbon dioxide E Carbon monoxide E Chlorine, dry G Chlorine, wet F Hydrogen sulfide E Sulfur dioxide, dry E Sulfur dioxide, wet X Legend: E = Excellent, no discernable attack, G=Good, no significant attack, F=mild attack, limited use, P=Poor, X= Unacceptable.
Amonium hydroxide E Calcium hydroxide E Potassium hydroxide E Sodium hydroxide E Legend: E = Excellent, no discernable attack, G=Good, no significant attack, F=mild attack, limited use, P=Poor, X= Unacceptable