|Posted by Gary Swart on April 02, 2004 at 13:36:55:|
|In response to Re: air gap|
Air gaps are required by some local codes but not others. They don't seem to be very vital and, the plumbers that frequent this site don't seem to use them unless required by code. You just need to make certain the drain hose is looped and attached to the underside of the counter top so that it has a smooth bend and will not kink or come loose. If the job is going to be inspected and local codes required one, then of course you will have to have one at least for the inspection.
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