By G. Lister Sutcliffe
Прекрасный справочник в шести томах, содержащий все разделы, необходимые для проектирования и постройки зданий
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We are enabled to give a plan of a private Turkish bath erected from his designs at Avery Hill, Eltham. The arrangement (fig. 265) consists of a bath-room and " " Lavatorium of the Romans, a " Tepidarium ", and lavatory, answering to the a " Laconicum ". The heat is supplied by hot-water coils and pipes, and ventilation is provided by means of shafts carried up through the roof, and com- municating with the hollow space in the walls. This plan may be regarded as a sort of via media between the simplest form of hot-air bath, in which SANITARY FITTINGS.
Down now happily almost universally condemned, consists of a long funnel-shaped basin with a trap underneath, its means of flushing being a dribble of water from a small pipe, turned on occasionally or more often leaking The hopper closet, continually, with no perceptible effect on the cleanliness of the basin or the con- tents of the trap. will It be convenient here to see what the Model By-laws of the Local Government Board prescribe as the necessary conditions water for a sanitary Every water-closet must, according to these by-laws, be provided with "/xwi, basin, or other suitable receptacle of non-absorbent material, and of such shafte, of such cajyacity, and of such mode of construction, as to receive closet and contain from tune to a quantity of water, and to allow all Jilt h which may time be deposited in such pan, basin, or receptacle, to fall free of sujficient the sides thereof, and directly into the water received and contained in such pan, basin, or receptacle".
And is, moreover, liable to crack with excess of requirements, but is expensive, The best and cheapest form of sink that is at once strong and cleanly heat. \ both in fact and in appearance, is one of salt-glazed earthenware (fig. 27 better kind of sink is made of cream-glazed ware (fig. 274). but is needed. cheap Stone is slightly SANITARY FITTINGS. :;:. The an. I a tendency to wind or twist in the kiln, unless care be taken in selection, the outlet may prove to be at the highest chief defect of these kinds of sinks is point of the sink.