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Old 09-28-2016, 06:38 AM   #11
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Right or wrong, it would need to be trapped if tied into sanitary.
Exactly what I'm saying. At least he read that page in the code book.
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Right or wrong, it would need to be trapped if tied into sanitary.

Well it is........kinda......almost..........

I have seen them tied into a 2" WC wet vent in the vertical with a lav below it. The trap being in the wall with a riser extended into the attic (max 24" from trap to end of riser) then the PVC set to indirect into the riser.

The trap is on the same level, safe from freezing and with an access panel over it.
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I've got a plan on my desk in which the plumbing engineer has an 1-1/2" condensate line dropping into an 1-1/4" lavy tailpiece. Good luck with that.
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