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Thread: Kitchen and bath sink to 3" waste line

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    Default Kitchen and bath sink to 3" waste line

    Scenario: 3" drain that will connect to 1st floor toilet. kitchen and bathroon sink upstream from the 3" waste line. No disposal, dishwasher to be installed. Kitchen and bath 1 1/2" drains are vented at each location.

    Best connection is:

    A. Connect kitchen and bath with 1 1/2" 'Y' then run single 1 1/2" line to 3" drain connecting in a 3 X 3 X 1 1/2 T after toilet 90 deg. Toilet waste would then be in the 3" line before sink drain connection to the 3" sewer line.

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    B. Extend 3" waste line beyond the toilet, connecting the toilet with a T, then connect the 1 1/2" bath and kitchen sink lines to the 3" sewer line.

    Runs: From kitchen to Kit/bath 1 1/2" T connection would be 6 1/2'.
    From bath sink to Kit/Bath 1 1/2" T would be 5 1/2'
    Kit/Bath 1 1/2" T to 3" Y connectionis less than 2'
    Toilet waste flange to vertical waste sewer is 3 1/2'

    All runs will have 1/4" per ft slope.

    Thanks you all for your time monitoring these forums and your excellent advise.

    Thank you,
    VT David

    formerly of NH

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    http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o...yVT/Drain2.jpg
    Last edited by VT David; 01-07-2007 at 11:07 AM.

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    alright.... alot of that depends on local codes.... but I would never run a kitchen line less than 2". It's easy to pay a plumber (tell him or her what you want) an hour ($70?) to give you good local advice.

    good luck

    dances-with-pumps

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    This is a modular home and the kitchen line through the wass to the basemet where it will connect is 1 1/2". Should I reun 2 " from there.

    Building codes; none around here! Which is why i would like to know best practice on this design. Thanks

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    My little brain will not picture all of that at one time. I need a picture/drawing. Doodle one with "paint" then post it to photobucket.com and put it on here. My opinion, and what I've learned by reading this board is that the line to a shower or washing machine should be 2", the stand pipe for the washing machine could be 1 1/2". A tub is okay with 1 1/2". I'd question whether or not you could run all together on the same 1 1/2" line before going into a tee on 3". It would work if you didn't release water in too many at the same time... that's why you need to run them into a bigger line. As for where the tee in the 3" needs to be I don't know that it matters, all are going to the same place.

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    Kitchen drain lines should be 2"...
    Jim DeBruycker
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    Try something like this....
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    Or if you add a second waste for the lav...
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    Gotta get me one of them fancy programs like that so I can draw some purdy pictures too!

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    That is not only a pretty picture but exactly what I need to do to plumb the drains, easily and effectively.

    Thanks you for your help

    David

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    Note: just make sure you include the test T for a cleanout over the sanT for the toilet - there has to be a full sized cleanout for the 3" line...
    If you don't want to put it there, you will have to re-configure the piping to locate one elsewhere...

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