Decorative European Style P-traps - Bottle Traps
By Mountain Plumbing

Bottle traps (decorative lavatory traps) are used in applications where the plumbing is to be exposed and where a specific finish is desired to match the lavatory and tub/shower faucets. The selection of finishes ranges from basic chrome and polished brass to the now-popular weathered copper and oil rubbed bronze finishes that have swept the plumbing industry recently. PlumbingSupply.com® is your source for unique and hard-to-find plumbing and plumbing-related products. If you need it, chances are we've got it!

Mountain Plumbing lavatory trap
This lavatory trap features:
  • For use with glass, vessel, pedestal, or wall-hung lavatory sinks with exposed plumbing parts.
  • Made of brass, not plastic
  • 1-1/4" x 1-1/4", comes with reducer, seal for 1-1/2" x 1-1/4"

Finish Price & Quantity
Polished Chrome $152.41
PVD Brass $295.61
Satin Chrome $295.40
Brushed Nickel $179.70
Polished Nickel $180.02
Pewter $401.09
Antique Copper $401.16
Weathered Copper $400.86
Oil Rubbed Bronze $264.56
PVD Brushed Bronze $295.52
Venetian Bronze $263.78
Satin Gold $400.90
Polished Gold $401.69
French Gold $400.66

Please note that some special finishes may have a lead time to ship of 3-4 weeks.

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Please note that bottle traps (all brands) may not be per code (meaning they may not be legal) in your area.
It would be best to check with your local plumbing code before purchasing and installing them.
Bottle traps are used in many countries as the "standard" trap but not in the U.S.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "Why are bottle traps illegal in many parts of the U.S.?"
A.Bottle traps rely on interior partitions for their trap seal. If that design fails due to corrosion, etc., sewer gas could enter the home. Because the internal component cannot be seen without taking the trap apart, there is no way to know if it's doing its job, so they were disallowed in most plumbing codes. Some municipalities allow them "special conditions", which is up to the inspector. We recommend checking with local code authorities to confirm your municipality's regulations on bottle traps before installation.


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