S-traps have the same purposes as P-traps, but are a different shape. They too, are found under sinks and toilets. Whereas the P-trap exits from the back of the toilet through the wall, the S-trap goes down into the floor. A disadvantage of S-traps is that gravity can force the retained plug of water down and all the water drains out of the toilet.
A question: what kind of traps are installed in your plumbing? Do you have any problem with bad smells? Are your traps of the S-trap type? You might consider getting them changed over to P-traps.
These traps are P-shaped and generally found with bathroom and kitchen sinks and bathtubs. Also they are found on all the floor drains of showers and bathrooms. Furthermore they can be installed on toilets.
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Traps are the bent outlet pipes that carry away water down into drain systems. They are designed to serve a variety of other purposes too, such as the ones below.