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Old 07-11-2011, 10:22 PM   #1
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Adding drain line in basement floor - size and trap?


I will be adding a sump pit in my basement.
I want to add a floor drain/stand pipe going to my furnace room that drains to the sump pit.

It will be used for furnace/AC condensation, water softener discharge, de-humidifier discharge and RO/DI discharge.

I already have 1-1/2 schedule 40 pipe - hoping I can use that?
Do I have a trap under the floor?
Do I use a standpipe? Or is there a standard way to connect these items?

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