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Need help with plumbing code of ontario

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Gul, Apr 15, 2020.

  1. Gul

    Gul Registered User

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    I am trying do do the drains for the washroom in the basement and need help with what I need to do. I live in Brampton Ontario
     
  2. Ty J.

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    Your going to have to ask a question if you would like any help....

    Welcome to the forum. We are a great group here and very willing to help if we can.
     
  3. Gul

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    Can I add a picture or video
     
  4. Ty J.

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    Only paid members can post photos directly to the site.... but you can always provide a link to DropBox or some other site.
     
  5. Gul

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    Here is the link to my Dropbox

    dropbox.com/sh/p8df3tit64s2t2q/AADxCM10SJ52YEsmWwdRAkWia?dl=0


    I live in Toronto so it must comply with the Ontario Building Code.

    so I was wondering if someone can tell me if I’m doing this right. I haven’t glued anything together till I was sure. So the pipes are just sitting there. The pipe from the shower p-trap and the sink drain will be 2”. I just have the 1-1/2” pipe sitting there so you can see what I’m planning.
    The last picture is of the two clean outs for the sewage and the storm drains. The one cleanout needs to be finished cuz I need a 45 degree elbow to complete it.
     
  6. Ty J.

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    Not familiar with the Ontario Building Code....

    But I can tell you that the toilet vent is not right. If that is a vent coming off the wye, it has to be rolled upwards so that the vent comes off above mid-line of the drain pipe. (See image below for example)

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  7. Gul

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    I added a last picture with the correction. It a wet vent so the angle for the wye is less than 45 degrees
     
  8. Gul

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    Was that the only thing you saw wrong there
     
  9. ADAguy

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    If in basement then how do you drain "up" to city mains?
     

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