How to Vent a Shower Drain
Shower drains--also known as shower sewer lines--are made of either black ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic or white PVC. Showers, toilets, washing machines and sinks all must be vented to allow sewer gases a means of escape. This is done by...
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Jul 2, 2012 ... learn what to vent and when. ... How would you wet vent a bathroom group using
just your lav to wet vent toilet shower and tub could you ... code for vent to trap
distance , international plumbing code , sink 1.5" drain 6 feet from ...
Because a standard sink drain exits through the wall behind the sink, it sits higher
than the tub, shower and commode drains, making it an optimal spot for a vent.
Figuring Out Your Drain-Waste-Vent Lines ... Behind the wall (where you can't
see), a vent line and drainpipe lead to a soil ... How to Install a New Shower
Jan 4, 2013 ... Also the wet vent area (shared drain and vent section of pipe) can remain 1.5″ if
both the sink and shower traps are also 1.5″. Let me know ...
Aug 17, 2012 ... You must have a vent above the vertical run for these drains. ... Venting (page 4)
which shows a shower connected downstream of the water ...
Figure A: Shower Base/Drain Details. Make a sketch of the project that includes
the waste, vent and water supply. Drawing the details will help avoid potential ...
Mar 16, 2015 ... Drain and vent lines must be positioned precisely, so you should install ... It may
be possible to simplify supply runs by moving a vent pipe over a few inches. ....
Hooking Up a Shower or Tub Faucet · Installing a Whirlpool Tub ...
Every plumbing fixture, from a toilet to a shower, needs to be connected to ...
Examine local building codes for regulations about vent, drain, and waste pipe