final drawing for plumbing

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  1. snottyvar

    snottyvar New Member

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    Hi again. I think I have learned. Please take a quick look at the drawing. I have decided to use and air admitance valve on my kitchen island as it is right there under the sink and easy to replace when the time comes. Also assume slopes of 1/4 inch per foot. I did my best drawing but it was hard to reflect the slope. San Tees will be uses on all trap arms. All pipes are 3 inch down to 2 inch for vents and the kitchen, tub and shower drains. The basins will be 1 1/2 inch. Thanks again
  2. Tom Sawyer

    Tom Sawyer In the Trades

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    Yes, it's fine
  3. snottyvar

    snottyvar New Member

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    Thanks so much for your time. Cheers
  4. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    IT will work but it may look more complicated than it has to be, depending on the floor plans
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    snottyvar New Member

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    At this point running all those pipes is easier than changing the plan. My brain hurts. I'm just happy you guys think it's alright. It is an open concept house with a supported ridge. I can put the bathroom walls anywhere I want. I was waiting to finalize the plumbing before I even built the walls. Cheers
  6. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    quote; At this point running all those pipes is easier than changing the plan.

    IN that case you may be a masochist, especially if the wall locations are not definite.
  7. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    It's about whether it works; the basic concept. To me, it looks like you "get it".
  8. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    See, I might use a single stack placed at, or near, the lavatory. Downstairs the toilet would connect to a Wisconsin/cottage tee angled towards its location. It would be connected to a tee in the mair riser. The sink would be a tee into the toilet vent and the tub would connect to the toilet's tee side inlet. The upstairs would be the same with the downstairs vent tied in 42" above the floor. But, this would depend on HOW the house is constructed and the placement of the two bathrooms.
  9. snottyvar

    snottyvar New Member

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    I thought all plumbers were masochists. Now you've given me a bunch more stuff to look up and figure out. Cheers
  10. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    plumbers

    When it comes to apprentices, we become sadists. They are masochists for putting up with it.
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