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Old 10-13-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
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I'm working on a 2nd story addition with a full tear out of the first floor as well.

Please pick apart my piping design.

Sorry about the PDF's. I tried to make up JPEG's but they just don't come too clear from the CAD drawings.

I've been working on some plumbing drawings recently.

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PLUMBING 1ST FLOOR.pdf (26.6 KB, 0 views)

PLUMBING BASEMENT.pdf (62.5 KB, 0 views)

PLUMBING 2ND FL.pdf (40.8 KB, 0 views)

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Sorry I can't help I only know IPC US code.

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Sorry I can't help I only know IPC US code.
Same here- I work with UPC
One thing on the drawings though- use a single line/dashed line to show pipes.
That's what we're used to
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Thanks.
OK, maybe break down a part here and there.

The Ontario Building Code states:

7.5.2.1. Wet Venting
(1) A soil or waste pipe may serve as a wet vent provided that,
(a) the hydraulic load is in accordance with Table 7.5.8.1.,
(b) the number of wet vented water closets does not exceed 2,
(c) when 2 water closets are installed, they are connected at the same level to a vertical
part of the stack by means of a double fitting in accordance with Table 7.2.4.5.,
(d) the water closets are installed downstream of all other fixtures,


Does this downstream apply if I install a separate vent as shown? I was going to use a 2" wet vent from the vanity where I show the w/c vent in blue but I read this and changed it.



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