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    Thanks valveman, but I don't think I explained my...

    Thanks valveman, but I don't think I explained my situation well (no pun intended). For irrigation I've always used a small, pre-charged tank connected to the pump. I don't think the idea of the...
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    Irrigation pump tank outlet size

    I've got a shallow well and a 1HP pump putting out about 10-12 GPM for irrigation only. The pump discharges thru a 1" line but I currently have 1 gallon pressure tank connected which uses a 3/4"...
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    Drake ADA doesn't come Sanagloss?

    Is Sanagloss not an available option on the ADA height toilets?
    Even Terry's drop down menu for the ADA Drake only offers the basics: cotton/colonial/Beige/Bone/gray and black. Unlike the original...
  4. Geothermal heatpump & re-circulation pump.

    I'm installing a geothermal heat pump with a "hot water assist" (desuperheater). Which preheats the water in the water heater when the heat pump is running. Since my farthest bath is about 75 feet...
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    combining bath exhaust

    I've got a separate shower and water closet in the bathroom and my plan was to vent these two fans up into a conditioned attic and then combine them with a separate bathroom and vent them all through...
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    Toilet cleanout location

    I've got a long run of 4" pipe that ends at a toilet. My plan was to put a combo wye with a cleanout at the bottom of the stack but I don't have enough room since the foundation wall is only about...
  7. Thread: sink drains

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    sink drains

    I've noticed in a couple of new houses being built that the plumbers don't drain the lavatory through the bottom plate. Instead they add a couple of 45's and bring it out into the living space. Is...
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    They go by the International plumbing code.

    They go by the International plumbing code.
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    This is getting a little more confusing than I...

    This is getting a little more confusing than I thought.
    My new house is a one story "L" shape with 2 Baths on one leg of the "L" and a Kitchen + half bath on the other leg of the "L".

    As I...
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    Hey Herk, I should have explained my situation a...

    Hey Herk, I should have explained my situation a little more.
    In my haste to get my metal roof on and the house dried in (long story), I put two 3" vents through the roof BEFORE I ran any of my...
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    Plumbing Vent Size

    I know that by code "The drainage system of the building must be vented by one or more pipes whose combined cross sectional area is at least equal to that of the largest required building drain line....
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    I can wrap the pipe in some insulation without a...

    I can wrap the pipe in some insulation without a problem. I guess I should wrap the return line of the recirculating pump as well????
    So that's about 200' of pipe insulation.
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    I haven't really thought about insulation. But I...

    I haven't really thought about insulation. But I guess I'd wrap the pex in foam pipe insulation.
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    Too long for Recirculation Pump?

    I'm building a house that's "L" shaped with 3 bedrooms at the end of one leg of the "L" and a kitchen/half bath/Laundry in the other leg. My plan was to put the water heater right near the...
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