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 ABS drains and vent isometric
Author: Pipe runner (AZ)

Is this drawing code compliant for a horizontal wet vent bathroom group?
thanks in advance and Merry Christmas

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 Re: ABS drains and vent isometric
Author: packy (MA)

put a clesnout at the base of the lav stack and you are good to go.

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 Re: ABS drains and vent isometric
Author: North Carolina Plumber (NC)

Looks good, how far is it from the shower trap to the 2" wye ?

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 Re: ABS drains and vent isometric
Author: Pipe runner (AZ)

OK...yes add a clean out at base of lav stack.

the shower trap to 2" wye is about 2-3 feet.

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 Re: ABS drains and vent isometric
Author: PlumberLoren (CA)

It isn't shown on the ISO, but the vent wye for the toilet and shower should be rolled up on a 45 degree to be above the flow line so it can actually do its job for the toilet. And the cleanout in the riser waste to the lav needs a 2 " cleanout.

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 Re: ABS drains and vent isometric
Author: Pipe runner (AZ)

OK makes sense to roll that last 2" wye. Thanks.

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