Do you need to go into the soil stack if you are using a mace-rater?
Asked in Plumbing, Dishwashers, Soil
Can you drain a washing machine or dishwasher into an inside soil stack?
What is dual pipe system?
This is the traditional system of drainage within buildings. The foul or soil matter is conveyed in a separate drain and stack from the waste matter. The size of the soil stack should not be less than the size of any soil fitting discharging into it, and in Nigeria, is generally not less than 100mm. The waste stack is similarly sized and is generally not less than 50mm.
Asked in Plumbing
What is the difference between a stack vent and a vent stack?
A stack vent is is the extension of a soil or waste stack above the highest horizontal drain connected to the plumbing stack Vent stack a vertical vent pipe extending through more then two stories which is then connected to a stck vent or is otherwise extended throgh the roof, installed primarily for the purpose of providing circulation of air to and away from any part of the drainage system
Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
How do plants obtain the water they need for photosynthesis?
Asked in Agriculture, Gardening, Soil
How does soil particles size affect soil?
soil particle designate the nomenclature of soil such as gravel, sand, silt & clay and further its engineering properties The size and shape of soil particles determine the way they settle and stack, and this arrangement affects soil drainage, the mix of microorganisms that can live in the soil, and the types of plants that can grow there. Coarse soil particles like sand tend to stack like marbles at the top of the soil horizon, while finer soil particles like the flat, pancake-shaped particles of clay settle into a dense layer deeper in the soil profile. Blocky silt particles settle in between, although they can sometimes form hard surface crusts that make water run off, instead of filtering down into the soil.