View Full Version : An easy question.
06-26-2012, 07:42 PM
Didnt get any answers on my last post so I thought I would simplify the image and query.
Are 3" wyes acceptable in this situation?
06-26-2012, 07:45 PM
The fittings below can be 3"
They can be 3" but they have to be the correct 3" fittings.
06-26-2012, 08:30 PM
Yall are great.
I was going to use a 3x3x3x2 left side outlet sanitary tee, a street 45 and then a wye with a cleanout.
Does that sound right?
A combination Y-1/8 bend will do the same thing and eliminate a joint in the process.
06-27-2012, 10:56 AM
hj - would a "wye-1/8th(combination)" with the "left-out-sant-tee" on top be taller, shorter or the same height overall vs. a "wye + 45" with a "left-out-sant-tee" on top? Im having clearance issues so I need something that is really compact in height. Part of the reason I dont want to use 4" fittings.
Also, in general, is there any difference in performance between a "wye-1/8th(combination)" vs. a "wye + 45"?
I would think a "wye + 45" is better since there is a longer sweep which gets the waste flowing in the right direction for a longer time helping it downhill whereas a "wye-1/8th(combination)" would be more likely to "plop" it down like a regular sanitary tee in that configuration. Is this correct logic?