Kitchen Drain Question

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  1. az1324

    az1324 New Member

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    Tell me if this is feasible: using a double wye on a 1.5" drain pipe coming out of the wall and splitting to separate p-traps for a double sink with disposal and a p-trap to a standpipe with a water softener style airgap for a dishwasher. Would it be to code in California?

    The situation is i am installing a new deep sink and the drain pipe comes out of the wall relatively high so i could skip the baffle tee with the single trap sink setup. also i don't want to use an above counter airgap for the dishwasher.

    Thanks.
     
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    air gap

    What is a "water softener type air gap"? Usually it is just a pipe terminating above a standpipe.
     
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