First Floor Shower Wet Vent?

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  1. Andrew Tencati

    Andrew Tencati New Member

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    Howdy! First off thanks to everyone here for the breadth of knowledge and advice. I'm building a house right now that has a fairly odd design. 50 x 100 steel building on monolithic slab and wood framed inside. I have one shower that has a tricky vent and I'm hoping someone could look at this drawing. The shower is on the first floor and has a short section of wet vent from 4 sinks. The total run of wet vent would be about 4 feet. The second floor bathroom is just a toilet and lavatory. We eventually have a 4" drain for the number of water closets.

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  2. Andrew Tencati

    Andrew Tencati New Member

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    Disregard, Found a different route for the venting.
     
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  4. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    UPC allows wet venting for bathroom fixtures on the same floor, but not for kitchen sinks or washers.
    The shower will need it's own vent.
     
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