Sink. Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 01:33:57 AM
Do ensure the sink is sitting the correct position. Insert the wing nuts into the available screw heads: After the undermount sink has been clamped, insert the wing nuts into the available screw heads. When the screw nuts are inserted, ensure they are tight, if they are not tight, you can tighten them with your hands.
Next fit the taps. To make the job of connecting the taps to the supply pipes easier, it is often a good idea to fit 'tails' first. Tails are short lengths of hand-bendable copper pipe fixed to the laps with tap connectors. Because they can be flexed, connecting the tails to the supply pipes, even once the sink or basin is in position, is easy.
Plumbing pipes can usually be manipulated so that they end up exactly where they are wanted. But waste pipes are less amenable often their slope and position are fairly fixed. So ensure that your proposed position for the new sink or basin enables the waste to be connected properly. You can gel 'kits' of waste fittings for sinks, basins and baths; a length of flexible waste pipe will often be useful as will lengths of hand-bendable copper pipe.
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