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    Why do we Canadians use PVC Sch 35 vs ABS Sch 40...

    Why do we Canadians use PVC Sch 35 vs ABS Sch 40 pipe. Is it cost ? Material flexibilty / frost or is it just better ?
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    The inspector allowed 3 inch as I only have 2 WC....

    The inspector allowed 3 inch as I only have 2 WC. Increase to 4 inch just before it leaves the building.
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    Problem solved, thanks to all who answered.

    Problem solved, thanks to all who answered.
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    Thanks to everyone, today I passed my plumbing...

    Thanks to everyone, today I passed my plumbing inspection 15849
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    3 inch to 4 inch waste line

    At what point in the house can the drainage system go from 4 inch main drain down to a 3 inch pipe ?
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    Anyone ? or am I just a bad artist :) :)

    Anyone ? or am I just a bad artist :) :)
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    Layout opinions

    Hi to all, I am looking for feedback on this drain layout;

    A bit more info; material cost is not an issue, this is a new house installation, the job is in BC Canada. I have attached drawings of...
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    Valid Journeyman's ticket (Canada)

    Is a journeyman's ticket ( Manitoba ) valid in another province ? ( BC ) Thanks to those who know
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    Terry, sorry to hijack this thread. Could you...

    Terry, sorry to hijack this thread. Could you redo this diagram as if you had two 3 piece baths side by side with a common water wall. My crawlspace drain is 14 feet long ( horizontal 4 inch ) above...
  10. two new bathroom groups, same floor. (Canada)

    What is the best way to connect two toilets that are almost back to back on the same floor to a common 3 inch stack/vent, I have almost 5 feet of vertical stack to tie into. I am thinking one...
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    Suds pressure zones

    The BC Canada plumbing code talks about a "Suds pressure zone" can someone tell me if this applys to a single family, one story home ?. I think I need a better diagram/understanding of this code item...
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    Well that's just it, the plumbing rough in is yet...

    Well that's just it, the plumbing rough in is yet to be done, so no plumbing inspection yet. I will ask him on the phone as now is an easier time to drill the hole through the top plate/roof before...
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    Building inspector says:

    During my framing inspection, the building inspector thought I would need a 2 inch sink vent. Here is the layout; double sink has a 2 foot long 1 1/2 trap arm with a dishwasher connection, drains...
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    Maybe cut the pipe down the middle, open it up...

    Maybe cut the pipe down the middle, open it up and check the inner surface for finish.
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    Another venting question

    When going across to the main stack to vent the bathroom sink. Can the vent pipe go inside the water wall cavity ( it's 2 x 8 ) instead of through the top plate / insulation and then across to the...
  16. Maybe I'll just move down south !! Thanks all the...

    Maybe I'll just move down south !! Thanks all the advice, this thread could be closed now.
  17. Actually, The furnace has been salvaged out of an...

    Actually, The furnace has been salvaged out of an RV and I currently use it to heat a detached garage/workshop. I am using it now with a 30 lb bottle and changing it is a pain in the...
  18. Propane to Natural Gas conversion on furnace

    I have a RV trailer furnace that I would like to switch over to natural gas. Is it feasible or could they be just too great a difference in the unit construction. Thanks
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    I would unwrap the tank insulation of course, my...

    I would unwrap the tank insulation of course, my thinking is we use the shower / tub in the mornings so the incoming water pre - warming tank is capturing some of the house heat overnite so the...
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    Anyone have thoughts on two water tanks in series...

    Anyone have thoughts on two water tanks in series ? Tank 1 gets cold water from the street, holds the water and brings it up to room temp ( of the surrounding room ) then it goes to a normal...
  21. put a brass nut or two into the tube attached to...

    put a brass nut or two into the tube attached to the flapper to improve the counterbalance. Did that at home and it works !! Just don't block that tiny hole in the bottom of the tube.
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    I'll do a drawing over the weekend............

    I'll do a drawing over the weekend............
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    Canada just can't be that simple, it would put...

    Canada just can't be that simple, it would put too many code writers out of work ............:) :) :)
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    Over venting

    Hi to all, a great forum this really is. I am planning my new plumbing/ drain installation. I want everything to be well vented. It is two back to back 3 piece bathrooms. Is it possible to have too...
  25. Through trial & error find the correct weight of...

    Through trial & error find the correct weight of a nut, bolt or screw and drop it in the tube, just don't plug the little hole in the bottom of the tube. Proper counterbalance is what you need. :) :)...
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