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Vent stacks ф be less than half the ф of the soil

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vent stack's Ф be less than half the Ф of the soil stack it serves . For a 4" soil stack, vents cannot be less than 2" pipe. To determine the length of vent piping, regard length of stack and branches as being continuous.
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS SOIL PIPE – portion of the plumbing system which receives the discharge of water closets WASTE PIPE – part of the drainage system which conveys the discharge of fixtures other than water closets, such as sinks, lavatories, urinals, bathtubs; usually smaller in Ф than soil pipe
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS House Drain, House Sewer, Main Sewer
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS TRAPS USED IN PLUMBING SYSTEM Trap – a device to prevent the passage of sewer air through it; also called anti-siphon traps
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS TRAPS USED IN PLUMBING SYSTEM Two forms of water-sealed traps 1. Common Seal – 2” depth 2. Deep Seal – 4” liquid content Deep seal – 3” minimum , 4” maximum liquid content Types of Permissible Traps 1. P-Trap – ½ S 2. Drum Trap 3. Grease Trap Objectionable Traps/Non-Permissible Traps 1. Full S and ¾ S Traps 2. Bag Trap 3. Mechanically Sealed Trap 4. Internal Partition Trap 5. Light Metal Partition Traps
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS SEAL - vertical distance between the dip and the crown weir of a trap/the water in the trap between the dip and the crown weir TRAP - a fitting or device so constructed as to prevent the passage of air, gas TRAP ARM - that portion of a fixture drain between a trap and the vent TRAP SEAL (WATER SEAL) - maximum vertical depth of liquid that a trap will retain, measured within the crown weir and the top of the dip of the trap
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS P-Trap, Trap Arm
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS Drum Trap, Grease Trap
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS (CLARIFIER) - intercept or to separate, and prevent the passage of oil, grease, sand CLARIFIER - (interceptor) GREASE INTERCEPTOR - interceptor of 3 cubic meters capacity GREASE TRAP - device to retain grease from one to four fixtures (maximum) SAND INTERCEPTOR - (INTERCEPTOR)
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS AIRBREAK - physical separation into indirect waste receptor from fixture, device indirectly connected AIR GAP, DRAINAGE - unobstructed vertical distance between the lowest opening from any pipe to the flood level rim of the receptor AIR GAP, WATER DISTRIBUTION - unobstructed vertical distance through free atmosphere between the lowest opening from any pipe or faucet conveying potable water to the flood-level rim DOUBLE-BEND FITTING - fitting shaped like the “S”
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS INDIRECT WASTE PIPE - a waste pipe that does not connect directly with the building drainage RECEPTOR - approved plumbing fixture/device to adequately receive discharge from indirect waste pipes SPECIAL WASTE - require special methods of handling (use of indirect waste piping and receptors, corrosion resistant piping, sand, oil or grease interceptors, condensers or other pre-treatment facilities
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DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS Indirect Waste Pipe, Air Gap -Drainage
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