|Posted by hj on January 10, 2004 at 23:21:28:|
|In response to Re: Temporary venting|
The problem will not be letting air into the system. If the ejector cover is sealed tightly, then air will not be able to escape through the studor vent, thus water will not be able to drain from any of the fixtures and they will give the appearance of being plugged up.
: If I have a shower,toilet,sink and sewer ejector all vented to one main header can I use a studor vent as an only source of air for temporary installation until second floor is demoed and vent can be connected to atmosphere. Would there be enough air allowed through the studor vent for the system to operate correctly, and if so which studor vent should I use? any help would be appreciated.
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