1. piping arranged to either gather or dispel liquids. 2. a pipe arranged in the subsoil to receive and disperse underground water. Does not include any other drainage or waste liquids. Advertisements
The process of producing chemical changes by passage of an electric current through an electrolyte (as in a cell) the ions present carrying the current by migrating to the electrodes where they may form new substances (as in the deposition of metals or the liberation of gases)
1. a non-metallic electric conductor (such as a liquid) in which current is carried by the movement of ions instead of electrons, with the liberation of matter at the electrode. 2. a liquid, electrical conductor.
1. the vertical distance between the crown weir and the top of the dip of the trap. 2. the water in the trap between the dip and the crown weir.
that part of the lowest horizontal piping of a plumbing drainage system which receives the discharge from soil, waste, and/or other stacks inside the building and terminates at least three feet outside the inner face of the foundation wall.
a toilet which empties and flushes with a volume of water assisted by a jet stream of water to enhance the built-in siphon of the toilet bowl drainage passageway.
a toilet which empties with the aid of a large volume of water under pressure directed to the outlet of the bowl which causes the contents of the bowl to be literally forced, or blown, to the drainage system.