"Why can't they do a Linear Drain?"

6/30/20231 min read

Drain – drān

intransitive verb

1. To draw off (a liquid) by a gradual process.

2. To cause liquid to go out from; empty.

3. To draw off the surface water of.

A drain is not a hole in the floor for dirty water. Drainage has a long history dating back to 3000 BC in the Indus Valley. All homes in major cites of the had access to water and drainage systems though it wasn’t until Sir Hugh Dalrymple of Scotland in 1753 invented the hollow pipe system. You can read his very colorful eulogy here. They cannot do a linear drain because it was not in the design book because there wasn’t one.

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