Bathroom rough in at camp

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  1. Justin1987

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    Redoing my camp plumbing. I’ve done some plumbing before but not an awful lot. I just want to make sure I do it right the first time. My question is with the drain plumbing. Does this diagram look like the system would work well? 49290187-6695-4688-A066-BE188B8F88E9.jpeg
     
  2. Ryan Miehm

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    here in Ontario, Canada, that set up would be fine.
     
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  4. Ryan Miehm

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    drain from the 3" toilet line to the kitchen sink connection would need to be 2" as it would act as a wet went for the toilet.
     
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    Okay. All of the rest would be ok with 1 1/2? Shower would be 2” as well?
     
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    here in ontario, this would work as well, having the kitchen and bathroom sink connected together with a double fixture fitting.
     

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    and as long as there is nothing draining into the vertical 3" stack above the shower, the shower will not need its own vent. and shower drain should be 2"
     
  8. Justin1987

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    Thank you! The shower will be the highest on the stack. Nothing above it.
     
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    They allow a kitchen sink to wet vent in Canada? Not if it were in the US.
     
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    I’m in Pennsylvania. I cannot connect the sink the way the diagram shows?
     
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    Everybody would like this, I think: IMG_5.jpg
     
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    Not where you live.
    Wet venting is for bathroom fixtures only.
    The lav can wet vent the toilet if it's run with 2".
    The kitchen sink comes in downstream of the toilet with it's own vent, which can tie in to the wc/lav vent at 42" above the floor.
     
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    So the above diagram would work? Just have 2 seperate wyes in the horizontal? Also would the kitchen and the bath sink both be 2"?
     
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    would this work?
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    The kitchen sink with 2" cleanout
    The lav run with 2" because it wet vents the toilet.
    Yes.
     
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    Thank you. Where would you suggest I put the clean outs? Should I put one on the closet flange if I have room? Also the wyes on the horizontal should be turned no more than 45 degrees? Also the santee on the top vent pipe should flow up or down? Thanks
     
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    The kitchen sink needs it's cleanout, if you install a 3" there it would also handle the toilet. Somewhere you need a 3" near the end of the run.

    Vent santees are upside down.
     
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