|Posted by hj on March 29, 2002 at 22:59:32:|
|In response to Re: Need drain for water softener|
If you connect the drain in the crawl space using an air gap, there is nothing that would keep sewage from overflowing that same air gap in the event of a drain stoppage.
: I want to know how and where is the best place to install a drain for my water softener. My softener is located in my crawl space. The main house drain is located near the softner, could I tap into that and install an air gap at that location? I would need to follow codes for N. Illinois. I also thought of running the drain tubing up to the main floor washing machine drain. Any ideas are appreciated.
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