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Old 03-25-2013, 07:26 AM   #1
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down pipe run off/ channel grate drain install


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Hello, I need to redo and install some pipe work around the side of my house as water tends to build up and has no where to go,

I have drawn a diagram of what I intend to do,

so basically it will be a new floor grain, with one downpipe connecting to it, then both connecting to an L shaped grate drain, which connects back into the 90mm pipe, the runs down picking up 2 other down pipes and another bit of grate drain from the shed.

my question is,

will this 90mm (3.54inches) pipe be large enough to handle 3 downpipes and grate drain in between?

I am sure 90mm is the standard here in aus for most drainage, and many connections (corner pieces, T shape etc) are available for it but not so many for larger piping.

Please let me know what you guys think,

thanks alot!
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