4. Install the permanent opening (P.O.) plug
drain, as shown in view A, figure 5-19, or the pop-up
type of drain, as shown in view B, figure 5-19.
5. Connect the water-supply lines, as shown in
figure 5-20, to the faucets.
Figure 5-19.Lavatory drains.
Figure 5-20.Lavatory water-supply-lines hookup.
6. Connect the waste-supply lines, as shown in
figure 5-21, to the lavatory.
As a Utilitiesman, you may often be called upon to
install or make repairs to faucets. There are many types
of faucets in general use, such as the bib, lavatory,
bath, and kitchen combinations.
The hose bib faucet, as shown in view A, figure
5-22, is used where outside hose connections are
You probably recognize the combination faucets,
as shown in views B, C, and D of the figure. This faucet
generally is used to combine the flow from hot-and-
cold water pipes. A main feature of these faucets
enables the water to be tempered as it is discharged