|Posted by hj on December 09, 2003 at 23:10:50:|
|In response to Re: Question on use of sanitary T in vent|
By our code, anything below the flood level of the fixture is considered to be part of the sanitary system and therefore only a combination Y-1/8 bend would be allowed in the horizontal line regardless of its orientation. A sanitary tee can only be installed in a vertical sanitary line or a vent above the 42" above the floor level.
: From what I understand, the inspectors around here allow a sanitary T to be used to vent a horizontal line that is below the floor up through a wall as long as the T is at 90 degrees. Someone on another discussion board has said that this is against their code. Even though an inspector will allow this, will this be a potential problem?
: Thanks for your feedback.
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