Can the basin drain pipe be offset from the pipe going into the wall?
As long as the pipe going into the wall is straight, the rest of the drain pipe can be routed however it needs to be. Very often the trap is at an angle to the pipe in the wall.
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Answer . You can check the links to the right, they might help you in finding some information on pipe bending and offsets.
Answer . \nIt depends on the configuration of the pipe. It must be a minimum of 3" pipe and the configuration of how it is hooked up must allow for the toilet to be vented and must not disrupt the venting of other fixtures. Call a plumber.
Answer . 11/2" 4 FU 100 ft ( Vent ) Check your local code for drainage
What is the safe working pressure on a 4 welded seamed pipe with 4 NPT threads Wall thickness of pipe is .188.Water is going through the pipe.?
Depending on type of pipe and how it is welded I know it should 150 p.s.i. Probably more but without knowing all the variables it's hard to say for sure.. Depending on type of pipe and how it is welded I know it should 150 p.s.i. Probably more but without knowing all the variables it's hard to say …for sure. ( Full Answer )
To clean a shower drain pour Dr.Pepper down it!!! Ideally water jetting as it will scour the waste lines to restore full flow as originally designed how to get rid of smelly bathroom drains . Water Jetting , snaking , Hydraulic shock wave . For cleaning nothing beats water jetting
Heavy Wall pipe refers to a steel pipe has a wall thickness of relatively thick. by SunnySteel.com
Yes normally no less then 2" diameter and and 11/2 vent line depending on developed length of piping and fittings
Cut out the old piping and caulk a new cast iron bell and spigot with lead and oakum and test
Nothing dissolves rust in drain pipes. Once pipes become so old and rusty that they constantly keep blocking up, its time to replace and install PVC waste pipes.
i was told that due to food going down these wastes yes building regs state they do.
A condensate drain pipe is used in conjunction with airconditioning equipment. Usually installed with heat pumps, thisdrain pipe gives condensation a place to run off.
Yes, of course as the majority of leaks are behind walls or in the floor
the invert level is simply the inside bottom of the pipe. and a drain pipe naturally should never be level. It should have a minimum of 1/8" fall per foot and is always best to have at least 1/4" per foot
For drainage plumbers use 1/32 bend, 1/16 bend, 1/8 bend short, long sweeps and 1/4 bends. Converted to IPS 11.25 - 22.50 - 45 deg 60deg and 90 deg
For a pipe of uniform radius and thickness, I believe the total surface area would be the Outside surface + Inside surface+ 2 times the surface of the ends. The inside radius(r inner ), pipe thickness (t), and pipe length (L) are given. So you only need to find the outside radius (R out ) and the…n all areas can be calculated. The outside radius should be R out =r inner +t. And note the perimeter of a circle is 2*pi*Radius and area of an annular region (in this case the ends of the pipe) is A= pi*(R out 2 - r inner 2 ) For the outer pipe surface: A out =2*pi*(R out )*L For the inner pipe surface: A inner =2*pi*(r inner )*L For each pipe end: A end = pi*(R out 2 - r inner 2 ) So the total surface area of the pipe would be: A out + A inner +2* A end Or: A total =2*pi*(R out )*L+2*pi*(r inner )*L+ 2*pi*(R out 2 -r inner 2 ) = pi*[ 2*L*(R out + r inner )]+(R out 2 - r inner 2 ) = 2*pi*[ L*( r inner +t + r inner )]+(( r inner +t ) 2 - r inner 2 )] =2*pi*(t+L)(t+2*r inner ) Hopefully that is correct and helps. ( Full Answer )
That would depend on the fixture load and the pitch of the line and the local codes as far as connecting to the public sewer /storm system
It is located at the bottom left corner of the machine. Just apply your strength on it by pulling it and there you go, its right in your hands in a jiffy.
there are no pipes in any car. there are lines and hoses. there is no master drain plug. there are floor plugs incase you get water in the car. you pull those out from the bottom. but not every car has them.
A pipe is most commonly defined as a hollow cylinder or tube used to conduct a liquid, gas, or finely divided solid.
Very complicated formula Try seeking out a 2nd year apprentice as the UA has books with these formula's which are seldom used
What's the question? There's all different slopes. I've seen some that are practically flat - depends on the area usually. I believe here sewer has to be a minimum of 1%. But I don't think there is a minimum with storm drain - as long as it has SOME fall. Probably depens on your area, and if youre j…ust doing it for yourself then that's definitely all that matters I would think. ( Full Answer )
I am sorry to say that you are going to have to hack away at the plaster and find them or remove a section of plaster board. Turn the water off at the stop tap and either call a plumber or take photos and ask a plumbing supplies counter for a possible fix.
It is tricky but u can with a fernco if the copper dwv drain line is 1 1/2" in diamater use a 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" reducing fernco because the outside diamater of copper is smaller than abs or PVC
Bring the level of the pool below the static skimmer level then find the lowest point in your pool pipes and let the water out.
Two primary reasons: There is air trapped in the pipes. It causes vibrations when it is subjected to compression. It can be releaved by bleeding air out of the piping and installing special piping devices to the pipes. The pipes themselves are expanding and contracting due to the changes in te…mperature, rubbing against their brackets and the supporting lumber. ( Full Answer )
PVC pipes, made of combined plastic and vinyl, are often used forprojects in which a drainage pipe has to hold up well againstpressure and heavy weight. This type of drainage pipe can beconstructed in a range of sizes and is very durable, even whenexposed to chemicals.
The pipe out of the wall usually only sticks out a couple of inches. You add what is needed to the sink drain.
How do you remove a broken chrome bathroom sink drain pipe from the brass pipe in the wall when there's only half inch of the chrome pipe sticking out of the brass pipe and it can't just be pulled?
There is some possibility that the chrome pipe is threaded directly into the brass pipe. If that is the case, you will probably need to peel the chrome pipe out of the brass. Like untwisting the paper tube in a roll of toilet paper. They corrode and cannot be unscrewed. Replacing it may be a problem…. The tube has a fine thread and is old enough that very few places if any carry a replacement. You will probably have to open the wall up so that you can make another type of connection depending on what you find. ( Full Answer )
There should be a nut around the chrome pipe holding it to the brass. Loosen the nut and pull the chrome pipe out.
Iron rusts easily when combined with water, and drain pipes have water flowing through them. If iron was used, the pipes would rust within a few days.
In my old home, the problem had to do with the piping size from the water heater. We never did find a plumber who had a cost effective way to fix it.
Depending on which code your using, I normally vent a trap with in 2 ft of the fixture and I place the trap no further then 2 ft from the fixture EXCEPT for floor drain as I can install them with in 15 ft of a vented line
The drain pipe is to the far right and down, on the far side of the Carrot Cake Factory. Once you have a crowbar, and the blueprint from the window near the roof, you can enter the factory. (see related question)
It is located at the pan underneath the evaporator coil and then drains to outside the house or a collection system such as a pump or sewer.
There are several methods of removing tree roots from a sewer pipe. The standard method is mechanical : a "Sewer Snake" which cuts at the tree root incursion with a rotating blade. Neither chemicals nor water jetting are effective on many root blockages. Cutting the roots and sealing or replacing t…he pipes (or joints) is the most effective solution. Where this is impractical, pipes may be relined in some cases. Water Jetting is only a useful application for "soft" stoppages or for scouring lines clean to restore full flow as originally designed. Chemicals may reduce the need for recleaning but do not guarantee clear pipes. Herbicides may exacerbate problems by encouraging new root growth. The solution is to remove all plants above and around the line, chop out existing roots and replace or re-line the pipe. PVC pipes are resistant to root growth, assuming all joints are sealed properly. ( Full Answer )
there isn't a good way to know unless you camera it, but if your snake is head is full of dirt (not rust) its a good sign.
I think its silt and household waste depending on what type of pipe your talking about. i think algae might grow in some depending on the conditions.
Cast Iron, extra Heavy Cast Iron, service weight Cast Iron, No Hub Cast Iron, Yalloy, Durion, Galvanized steel, Galvanized wrought, Copper Tubing Type K,L,M, DWV, ACR, Brass Yellow and Red, and Thermo plastics.
If it is not in the trap, then it usually can only be located by "snaking" the pipe with a plumber's snake, a length of braided steel cable with a pincer or spiral spring end. The snake can be pushed through the pipe easily until it meets the obstruction, where it stops. Rotating the snake then bore…s through the obstruction, or, alternately, latches on to it so it can be pulled out. ( Full Answer )
You put a drain auger down the pipe from the nearest cleanout. You will feel the blockage when you get to it, - then break it through and clear it with the auger.
30 cm cheers bro A kitchen WASTE pipe is 11/2" in many codes which is utter stupidity as the kitchen WASTE line does become reduced with grease and soap scum deposits If the WASTE piping is going under ground to connect to the SOIL line (sewer piping) then 2" is strongly recommended as snaking a…n 11/2 line can be very challenging as the fittings are very short radius ( Full Answer )
In N. America, bathroom sink drain and p-trap are usually 1.5 inch inside diameter. Some places allow for 11/4 - 11/2 basin trap. Normally you will find a 11/4 INLET and 11/2 outlet Tub waste is 11/2" toilets 3" - 4" Showers 2" Bidget 1/12
you have to dump a bucket of water down the drain outside of the castle (right outside the kitchen). afterwards proceed into varrocks sewers where you can find the ket has fallen through
Depends on the size of the pipe and your local code-But 1/4 inch fall per foot will accomdate every size pipe in every code.
When your washing machine drains there is backflow from the drain pipe that runs down the wall how can you fix this?
The drain is either not high enough or partly clogged. It should be about 36 inches up off floor. Adding a bit of ABS pipe is easy, or run a thin snake down and unclog it.
A drain pipe is used to move water away from a certain area. Examples are the pipes that go across patio roofs, and pipes that lead excess water away from houses.
You need a basement toilet system . There are 2 basic types, one has a small pump that pumps each flush or use of a faucet to level immediately. The better system has a 40 gallon bin fitted in the basement floor with a septic pump in it. This operates on a float switch and pumps about 25-30 gallons …of liquid when the switch is triggered. ( Full Answer )
It depends on how many types of toilets there are. . If there are two toilets installed then the standard toiletsewer pipe size for that is 3". If there are three or more toiletsthen a 4" sewer pipe is needed for an adequate drainage.
Could be most anything. One drain or just the kitchen ? House or multiple unit building ? Hard or soft ? First thought is that it is grease that was poured down a sink. Was any dry wall work done ? Could be taping mud.
If you have access, you can try tapping on the pipe with a littlehammer or screwdriver handle. An unfrozen pipe should sound alittle bit hollow, and the frozen spot(s) should sound dead incomparison.