Double check my plan
I have 3 questions.
First, do i just use a regular 1.5" elbow in the upper right?
Second, do i just use a regular 2" elbow in the lower left?
Third, can i use a 2" santee in the bottom right instead of a 2" wye + 45 (store don't got no combos)?
Oh - and any other problems you see?
- I just realized, you may want to know, this is for a double bowl kitchen sink.
Thank you in advance.
The 2" 90 El below the tee on the left would be a long sweep.
The 1.5" 90 el on the vent, can be a vent 90 or a med 90
I normally carry med 90 and long turns, no vent 90'sin the truck.
They are a fitting that is rarely used.
Inspectors like to see a 2" cleanout.
Agree with Terry about the ell and a c.o. If your sink bowls are two different depths make sure you put your rough-in low enough for the lowest bowl.
Thanks guys, now i just need my third question answered -
Can i use a 2" santee in the bottom right instead of a 2" wye + 45 (store don't got no combos)?
All of this is sitting in one stud bay BTW - less than 16" wide.
Yes you could use a santee to make the transition instead of a wye.
I am curious as to why you are trapping each sink, are you just doing it out of preference or is it code where you are?
Preference while i have the wall open. I figure it can't hurt. I'm gonna have two sinks, dishwasher and garbage disposal, this makes it easier later i do believe. One sink into wall, disposal into wall, nice and clean.
Thanks for the help.
Lont turn elbow on the left, sanitary tee on the right, and a tapped c.o. tee in place of the vent tee. 1 1/2" tapped tee meets the requirement for a full size opening, vent tee does not. Why go to all that trouble? There are easier ways to do it, and I only make multiple inlets when it will be a triple sink.