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How Can I Choose The Right Floor Drain?


"My house is about to install floor tiles, how do I choose a floor drain? I'm so anxious!" In terms of the order of decoration, the floor drain should be installed together when the floor tiles are installed, so be sure to buy a spare before installing the floor tiles.

In other words, there are so many types of floor drains on the market, how can you choose the right floor drain? Let's talk about the dry goods for floor drains today!

"Isn't the floor drain used for running water? What other functions can it have?" Of course, it can also prevent the bugs in the sewer from entering the room and prevent the odor in the sewer from rising up! Therefore, when choosing a floor drain, you must look at these three points: fast launching, insect-proof, and odor-proof!

The common floor drains on the market are as follows: Water-sealed floor drains are water-sealed to isolate odors and bugs in the sewer pipes and prevent bathroom smells.

This kind of floor drain has a U-shaped water storage bend, and there will be a buffer when draining. The water needs to go to the U-shaped water storage bend first, and then drain down. Therefore, it is very good at repelling insects and odors, but it does not drain very quickly.

However, since its sealing depends on the water in the water storage trap, if the floor drain has no drainage for a long time and the water in the water storage trap is dry, there will be no sealing effect. Therefore, this kind of floor drain is not suitable for the dry area of ​​the toilet and other places with a small amount of water. space usage. Self-sealing floor drains use the gravity of water to drain, open when there is water, and automatically close when there is no water.

This kind of floor drain drains water quickly, is especially suitable for large-flow drainage, and is relatively balanced in terms of deodorization, anti-clogging, and insect control. In addition, the installation depth is relatively shallow, and it can adapt to more than 90% of the house types. However, since the self-sealing floor drain is sealed by mechanical or magnetic rebound, with the erosion of water flow and other reasons, the sealing core will age and lose its sealing effect over time.

Whether it is a self-sealing floor drain or a water-sealing floor drain, the conventional ones are small squares with smaller drains. Therefore, in order to expand the area of ​​the drains, smart humans invented strip floor drains:

The long drain allows for faster drainage and is ideal for use in the shower area. Note that although the strip floor drain is long, its real drain is the same as that of an ordinary floor drain, except that it passes through secondary filtration, which greatly reduces the risk of clogging:

In addition, there is also an upgraded version of the strip floor drain - the linear floor drain, which is also an explosive style. The main body of the floor drain is hidden under the floor tiles, and the appearance is higher. Such floor drains drain very quickly and is suitable for shower areas.

Many people think that a neat floor drain in the bathroom affects the overall appearance. Therefore, there is an invisible floor drain on the market, which can be a small square floor drain or a strip floor drain:

If your bathroom does not have dry and wet separation, you can generally use a one-floor drain. If you do, you need to install two-floor drains. Use self-sealing for dry areas and water-sealing for wet areas.

Combined with the different conditions of toilet use, the wet area consumes a lot of water and is more frequent. It is recommended to use a water-sealed floor drain. The dry area generally has less groundwater, and self-sealing floor drains can be used, which can better prevent insects and odors.

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