My mechanical room has a floor sink with 2" pipe, a trap, and vent. It was installed to be a condensate drain. It goes to the septic.
I am considering putting a small utility sink in the mechanical room and would like to plumb the utility sink into the floor sink without busting any concrete. I don't think I should put a trap in the utility sink drain line as the trap in the floor sink would serve the utility sink. Is my plan going to be legal?
Last edited by Master Plumber 101; 09-05-2008 at 01:07 PM.
It is definitely a floor sink about 10" square by 12" deep. I put the sink in myself before we poured the concrete. Putting a utility sink in the mechanical room is an idea that came up later. We are governed by UPC. How far can I run my drain line from the utility sink?
BTW, don't commercial kitchens have sink drains like this?
Commercial K.S. or food prep sink can use this application. I can't tell you what the upc say's but what I'm governed by is the following.
For a L.T. you can't dump into a floorsink. Exp. is you can't dump one fix to another. Would it hurt anything probably not. If you are getting it inspected you should do it right. Your code may say something different.
Last edited by Master Plumber 101; 09-05-2008 at 01:06 PM.
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