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    Does anyone here have knowledge of how sant. drains are roughed in Japan?

    What materials are common to the area?

    What plumbing code is used.

    What drain equipment is normally used? Who makes such? Average cost of
    equipment? Any english speaking shops?

    Now I do not know any of the above(answers) Nor do I speak kongi,but was wondering if I was stranded in Japan,what could do to make a small amount to make a way back home.

    Why was I wondering?---------Well we was think ao taking a trip to Japan and since I unclog drains for a living,how is it done?( in this case Japan).

    Then how is the waste water treated? -Oh,the list of guestions can grow on and on,soI am stopping here for now.

    Now if anyone thinks this topic should be posted elsewhere,please do so.

    Well,got to move on for now.

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    Re: Drain piping in Japan

    Originally posted by red1234 View Post
    Does anyone here have knowledge of how sant. drains are roughed in Japan?

    What materials are common to the area?

    What plumbing code is used.

    What drain equipment is normally used? Who makes such? Average cost of
    equipment? Any english speaking shops?

    Now I do not know any of the above(answers) Nor do I speak kongi,but was wondering if I was stranded in Japan,what could do to make a small amount to make a way back home.

    Why was I wondering?---------Well we was think ao taking a trip to Japan and since I unclog drains for a living,how is it done?( in this case Japan).

    Then how is the waste water treated? -Oh,the list of guestions can grow on and on,soI am stopping here for now.

    Now if anyone thinks this topic should be posted elsewhere,please do so.

    Well,got to move on for now.
    Plumbing prostitution.

    J.C.

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    • #3
      Re: Drain piping in Japan

      Pack a k60 and a converter. That should all fit in your carry on.

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      • #4
        Re: Drain piping in Japan

        Lmfao!!

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        • #5
          Re: Drain piping in Japan

          I'm sorry, but I wouldn't want to clean drains in Japan.

          What they eat is horrid enough, I'd hate to see what it looks like, piled up, fermented, molding, crustating.

          Just the faint smell went across my nose of the dumpster of a japanese restaurant; it has to be unreal.
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          • #6
            Re: Drain piping in Japan

            i'm pretty sure it still rolls downhill over there

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