Plunger There are two common types of plungers that engineers use; a sink plunger resembles a ball that’s been cut in half (in a semi-circle), while the toilet plunger resembles a distorted ball with a large, raised flange on the bottom.
Plungers work on the principle of water not compressing easily, thus transferring most of the applied force to the blockage. A sink plunger is designed to fit over the plug and create a seal, using captured water to dislodge a blockage.
The toilet plunger is designed to fit snugly into the pipe at the bottom of the toilet bowl, creating a seal to enable pressure to be transferred along the captured water.
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If you want to modernise your current shower unit or need plumbing fixtures repaired you can count on our local Urmston plumbers for a service that is second to none. Showers can leak and lose power where seals have become dislodged or worn down. You might even find that your shower is producing nothing more than a slow trickle. Our experienced local Urmston plumbers can solve this problem by checking for typical faults in shower pumps and faucets.
For any blockages in your shower drain, we provide a fast response service to unclog any waste such as a build up of hair and soap residue. Whatever the problem our local Urmston plumbing and drainage team can solve the issue with a professional and friendly attitude.