In a rental I am working on, I have switched out a kitchen sink. I'm going from a standard double bowl to a large/small bowl configuration. I have run into an issue getting the drain pipe spacing to work with the new sink drain locations. I want to avoid moving the 1-1/2" PVC coming through the wall.
Because of where the drain comes though the wall, the only solution I have working so far is to have a P-trap coming off the small bowl before the center T and a P-trap after the center T before going to the stub coming through the wall. The large bowl has a straight pipe to the T and there is not enough room for a P-trap there. I have not been able to find a straight section of thin wall long enough to get me from the small bowl to the T.
So, thinking like a drop of water in this sink.... From the small bowl it goes down the drain, thru a P-trap to the T and thru a second P-trap before hitting the drain stub. From the large bowl it goes down the drain, thru the straight pipe to the T then thru the P-trap to the drain stub.
Any issues with having 2 P-traps like this on the small bowl? It has been working for about a week now as I looked for a long enough straight section.