What Is Minimum Sewer Pipe Slope?

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The minimum sewer pipe slope varies greatly with the size of the pipe. The slope is calculated to maintain 60.96 cm/sec velocity; however, the calculations of larger pipes are also affected by a variety of factors.
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Sewage systems in a house or residence drain out to either a municipal sewer supply or a septic tank system. In most setups, there is typically one or two major pipes, called stacks
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1% pitch
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The standard pitch for a sewer pipe is 1/4" per foot or 1" every 4
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Standard engineering practice is that the minimum slope for a gravity sewer must maintain 2 ft/sec velocity when flowing half-full. 1/4" per foot (2.08% is a good rule of thumb
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