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Taizhou Tengxing Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd.
Since 2003

Taizhou Tengxing Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd. was established in August 2003. As China Custom Drain Pipes Suppliers and OEM/ODM Drain Pipes Company, the company is located in Luqiao District, Taizhou City, Zhejiang Province, 2 kilometers away from Taizhou Airport and next to Luzetai Class I Highway. With convenient transportation and unique geographical location, it is an enterprise specializing in the production of copper and stainless steel P-bends, S-bends, urinal bends, corrugated pipes and flushing pipes. Since the establishment of the company, it has always been adhering to the enterprise spirit of "honesty and quality". Each of our products has strict quality control. Because we have always taken product quality as the premise, corporate reputation as the basis, and customer service as the purpose, we have won unanimous praise and good reputation from our customers in the industry. We supply Custom Drain Pipe for Bathroom and we will be based in Taizhou, and develop Tengxing Sanitary Ware into a first-class sanitary ware enterprise at home and abroad.
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Industry Knowledge Extension

What are the different types of drain pipes?

There are several different types of drain pipes used in plumbing systems. Here are some of the most common ones:

PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) Drain Pipes: PVC pipes are commonly used for drainage and waste removal in residential and commercial buildings. They are lightweight, durable, and easy to install.

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) Drain Pipes: ABS pipes are similar to PVC pipes, but they are more flexible and resistant to impact. They are commonly used in drain, waste, and vent (DWV) systems.

Cast Iron Drain Pipes: Cast iron pipes are strong and durable, and they have been used in plumbing systems for more than 100 years. They are commonly used for sewer lines and other heavy-duty applications.

Copper Drain Pipes: Copper pipes are typically used for water supply lines, but they can also be used for drain lines. They are durable and long-lasting, but they are more expensive than other types of drain pipes.

Galvanized Steel Drain Pipes: Galvanized steel pipes are coated with zinc to prevent corrosion, making them a popular choice for outdoor drainage systems. However, they are not commonly used in indoor plumbing systems due to their tendency to rust and clog over time.

Clay Drain Pipes: Clay pipes are a traditional material used in sewer and drain lines. They are strong and durable, but they can be brittle and prone to cracking.

Concrete Drain Pipes: Concrete pipes are commonly used in stormwater drainage systems. They are strong and durable, but they can be heavy and difficult to install.

How do I install drain pipe, and what tools do I need?

Installing a drain pipe requires some basic plumbing skills and tools. Here are the general steps for installing a drain pipe:

Plan the Drainage System: First, you need to plan the drainage system and determine the best route for the drain pipe. Ensure that the slope is correct to allow for proper drainage.

Dig the Trench: Use a shovel or an excavator to dig a trench along the planned route for the drain pipe. The trench should be deep enough to accommodate the pipe and the necessary slope.

Prepare the Pipe: Cut the drain pipe to the appropriate length, and then deburr the edges to remove any rough spots.

Install the Pipe: Place the drain pipe in the trench and connect it to the plumbing system. Use couplings or connectors to join sections of pipe together, and ensure that the connections are tight and secure.

Secure the Pipe: Use straps or hangers to secure the drain pipe to the walls or floor to prevent it from shifting or sagging.

Test the System: Run water through the drain pipe to test the system and check for any leaks.

Tools you will need for the installation process may include:

Shovel or excavator for digging the trench

Measuring tape and a level for measuring and ensuring proper slope

Pipe cutter or saw for cutting the drain pipe to the appropriate length

Deburring tool for smoothing out any rough edges

Couplings or connectors for joining sections of pipe together

Straps or hangers for securing the pipe to the walls or floor

Wrenches or pliers for tightening the connections

Safety equipment such as gloves, safety glasses, and ear protection.

Note that the specific tools and techniques required may vary depending on the type of drain pipe being installed and the complexity of the plumbing system. If you're unsure about the installation process, it's best to consult with a professional plumber drain pipes supplier.

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