1. dax321

    dax321 New Member

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    DWV Chart

    Please Review

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    Last edited: Oct 27, 2006
  2. Cass

    Cass Plumber

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    Each fixture needs it's own vent. I don't know any inspector that would pass this. Your traps will siphon out.
  3. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    vent

    Your drains are near a vent, but they are not vented. Throw that drawing away, and make a new one. There is nothing about that one that will work, and in some areas you cannot even connect a drain line to a cleanout.
  4. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    I suspect that your original plumbing is not really just like you have drawn. Others have pointed out that venting is much more complicated than shown on this drawing. As drawn, nothing is to code.
  5. dax321

    dax321 New Member

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    Thanks For The Feedback!

    Thanks ALOT for all the feedback.. I REALLY DO APPRICATE IT!

    I will submit a NEW drawing.. PLEASE comment.

    Thanks
    Don
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  6. dax321

    dax321 New Member

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    New Chart- Please Comment.. Thanks

    New Chart- Please Comment.. Thanks-->i Hope This One Looks Better
    Thanks
    Don

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  7. lowered floor OK

    here are some things I feel comfortable commenting on.

    1. You maybe don't have to build the floor up. As shown below. The shower p-trap might not get in the way. The toilet (which has a p trap inside it) needs room for its drain. Another thread i commented on in the Toilet forum had the same problem of needing to sit an inch high so the drain would connnect.

    2. The top part of the vent can be built as shown below. No need to run separate pipes.

    3. The washer drain connects into the vent pipe first, before connecting to the drain.

    How you get the vent through your building 'envelope' (i.e. to the outside) is not something i can comment on.

    I am not a plumber. In my municipality, and in my high-rise concrete building, I wouldn't need as much venting as you have shown - with four vents for four drains/fixtures. I am not a plumber.

    david

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  8. I need to hook up with a computer nerd and created a plumbing software that is the simplest to use but creates the best drawings whether isometic or plain stick drawing.

    ^^^^

    Idea above is a future retirement plan, screw saving money.

    I've been directed to sites that already offer that but the way they are designed.......you have to be a computer nerd to use it.

    We need simplicity.
  9. dax321

    dax321 New Member

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    RUGGED->Thanks for your help

    RUGGED->Thanks for your help:mad:
  10. dax321

    dax321 New Member

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    RUGGED->Thanks for your help



    RUGGED->Thanks for your help
  11. Your welcome,



    I'm glad I was able to help you out.

    I got macular degeneration too.
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