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  • #16
    Re: vENT LINE

    Downrange,
    I like your forum name.This information is only for anyone in our code enforcement area,California UPC.

    P-crack,Honda's system is allowed in his area and yours as well or else you would not have given it the thumbs up.

    Unfortunately,code enfocement would eat us alive unless we made a few ammendments to balance the pressures behind the traps.

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    • #17
      Re: vENT LINE

      Originally posted by plumberscrack View Post
      He does need to vent the pit too. Did someone mention that?
      Does your code also make him vent the ejector pit independently of the vent system?

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      • #18
        Re: vENT LINE

        Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
        if you keep the waste line low, then you can roll a wye up the wall to properly vent without flat venting. you need to maintain a 45 degree or greater angle from horizontal to be legal and not flat.

        pretty easy job as long as your wye is low and you roll up the wall. also an end of line cleanout is required and the sump needs to be vented too.

        rick.
        Originally posted by plumberscrack View Post
        Im sure you guys have confused the hell out of Downrange and he's probably given up on us.

        Hondahead has it right using Fig. A-5.8.1.A (d) bottom left diagram.

        Looks like he's using a sump pit next to the bathroom not sure he will be deep enough to roll up a wye and still be in the wall. He does need to vent the pit too. Did someone mention that?


        p.c when in doubt read page 1


        rick.
        phoebe it is

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        • #19
          Re: vENT LINE

          Originally posted by plumberscrack View Post
          Does your code also make him vent the ejector pit independently of the vent system?

          yes, you have to vent the pit also, and it cannot connect to the house vents, it needs to be independant of the original system and sized according to the number of fixture units on the sump. Rick, you forgot that part
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