toilet should have a vent with in three feet of down pipe, but as long as you are with in the drop range for hori. pipe run you can go as far as you want, but you need that air vent close as you can so that the suction from the toilet water does not pull the rest of water from toilet base(p trap).
Most of the time they are. Depends on how far of course. Usually, the toilet is by the main stack so it only has to go the 12 to 16 inches to get to the drain. The main stack goes through the roof for the vent for the whole house or the bath and laundry. As long as the toilet is getting venting from somewhere, it should still flush.
Within 24 "
As long as there is a cleanout on the stack, 25 feet
According to International Plumbing Code table 906.1 the maximum distance any trap can be from its vent is no more than 4 x's the pipe diameter. However the trap of a toilet is an integral trap, and is also above the vent serving it. In other words the trap itself doesn't rely directly on the vent to maintain its seal. The fixture drain serving the toilet must be vented to relieve back pressure caused by the toilets flush cycle. There isn't a clear cut answer in the International Plumbing Code, but in my opinion it's best to stick with table 906.1 and keep it within 4 pipe diameters (ie: 3" pipe x 4 = 12') of your vent.
What do you mean to far? Considering a WC flush tank is considered 4 FU and on an 11/2" line you can run 4 FU 100 FEET I really do not see any problem If you have to, You can always use a 2" diameter pipe then connect the toilet and have an unlimited run in ft..
About 3 feet, but if your not going by code, i think you could go 4 feet and be ok
A standard toilet roughs in at 12" from the wall.
as far as i can see, nothing. it is just a trophy
Maximum distance of the toilet to the drain is 6 metres (20 feet). The angle of drop is set by the branch at 112 1/2o, which equates to about 1/4" of drop per foot.
To get to the vent you have to go to the far right and open the vent with the crowbar that you got when you saved the store owner's cat. After that you go into it and win.
Far enough so that you can not smell it.
SIMPLE. Just jump over the toilet then jump as far as you can when you get off the toilet
If you are asking how far the drain is from the wall behind the toilet, it is 12 inches from the center of the drain to the wall behind the toilet.
The Stack class represents a last-in-first-out (LIFO) stack of objects. It extends class Vector with five operations that allow a vector to be treated as a stack. The usual push and pop operations are provided, as well as a method to peek at the top item on the stack, a method to test for whether the stack is empty, and a method to search the stack for an item and discover how far it is from the top.
168 feet 9 inches
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15 inches from outside edge of tub to center of toilet flange.
Commercial or residential and what manufacturer
you need about 12.5" from a finished wall to the center of the toilet flange. you need about 12.5" from a finished wall to the center of the toilet flange.
because the toilet is too far away.
snake the main drain,it may be quite far down the line, or if on a septic system your flow is too slow
if close 21 inches if far 44 inches
my brother has clogged the toilet 18 times so far...he is only 8. EVERDAY they clog the toilet, sometimes 3 times a day.
On a near call, the stack pointer is 2 less than its original value. On a far call, it is 4 less.
you lay your records on top of the vent this allows them to be able to warm up for a better standard of playing them