FloPlast Telescopic Pedestal Trap - 32mm x 40mm White

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FloPlast Telescopic Pedestal Trap - 32mm x 40mm White
FloPlast Telescopic Pedestal Trap - 32mm x 40mm White
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Code TD374T
EAN Code 5055149901287
Brand FloPlast
Colour White
Material Polypropylene
Guarantee 1 Year Manufacturer Performance Guarantee
Specification BS EN 274
Size 40mm
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Telescopic pedestal traps are designed to enable the waste pipe from a basin to be concealed behind the pedestal that supports the basin. They also give some flexibility with the connection to the waste pipe, as the telescopic neck of the trap slides up and down within the trap body to vary the height of the outlet. The trap seal itself is formed within the body of the trap.

This trap has a 76mm seal. It is available with either a 32mm or 40mm outlet option.

This trap is manufactured by FloPlast, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of above and below ground drainage systems. It can be connected to most UK manufacturers’ push fit and solvent weld waste pipes.

To connect the trap, always start at the top with the connection to the waste fitting. If the installation is particularly tight we suggest assembling all connections loosely before finally tightening all nuts once the trap is in position.

First you should ensure that the O ring is correctly seated on its lug inside the top trap nut. Push the lug inside the waste fitting and tighten the nut by hand. Do not overtighten as this could damage the O ring. To connect the other end to the waste pipe, unscrew the nut from the trap and remove it along with the washer and the rubber seal. Place these three components over the end of the pipe – first the nut, then the washer followed by the seal. Push the pipe into the trap as far as it will go, slide the seal and washer forward into position and tighten the nut. On telescopic traps, double check that the additional joint at the trap neck is tight.

All joints can be taken apart again if required, but always check that the rubber seal has not been damaged in any way as this will cause the joint to leak.

Click here to watch our video showing how to install a trap.