A high pattern S-trap for lead pipe connections is shown in Fig. 90, and a high pattern three-quarter and half S-trap for iron pipe connections in Figs. 91 and 92.

Hopper Traps 143

Fig. 94.

Hopper Traps 144

Fig. 95.

Hopper Traps 145

Fig. 96.

A plain three-quarter S high pattern hopper trap, a three-quarter S high pattern hopper trap with hub-vent and three-quarter S high pattern hopper trap with hand hole and cover, are shown in Figs. 93, 94 and 95. A high pattern plain S-trap, a high pattern Strap with hub-vent and a high pattern S-trap with hand hole and cover, all for lead pipe connections, are shown in Figs. 96, 97 and 98.

Hopper Traps 146

Fig. 97.

Hopper Traps 147

Fig. 98.

The same style of S-traps only for iron pipe connections are shown in Figs. 99, 100 and 101.

Hopper Traps 148

Fig. 99.

Hopper Traps 149

Fig 100.

Hopper Traps 150

Fig. 101.

Hopper Traps 151

Fig. 102.

A half S-trap plain, a half S-trap with hub-vent and a half S-trap with hand hole and cover are shown in Figs. 102, 103 and 104.

Sewer gas and back water traps are shown in Fig. 105. They have hand holes and covers and swing check valves to prevent any back flow of water.

Hopper Traps 152

Fig. 103.

Hopper Traps 153

Fig. 104.

Hopper Traps 154

Fig. 105.

Hopper Traps 155

Fig. 106.

Brass trap caps with straight and bent couplings are shown in Figs. 106 and 107.