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1. In plumbing, a higher air pressure at the sewer side of the trap than on the fixture side of the trap; water can, under certain conditions, be forced out of the trap in the wrong direction towards the fixture. 2. In a refrigerating system, the pressure on the low side of the system, also called suction pressure or low-side pressure.

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