washing machine and laundry sink piping

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John2218
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washing machine and laundry sink piping

Post by John2218 » Sun Jul 28, 2019 5:24 pm

Hi Shannon,

I would like to move the laundry sink (laundry tray) 13 feet from the stack.
On the first attachment I show the new location for the dryer, washing machine and laundry sink.
On the second attachment I show what I understand should be done with the piping.
The code requires 2" pipe for washing machine drain.
Per Ontario code where there is a change of direction greater than 45 degrees a cleanout shall be installed at each change in direction.
Between the 90 degrees long sweep and 2" trap are 3 feet. As I need access to the cleanout I can't mount it right beside the 90 degrees long sweep.
My question: is it permitted to have the cleanout 2 feet away from the long sweep?

I hope I don't have too many mistakes on the drawing.

Thank you,
Andrea

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Re: washing machine and laundry sink piping

Post by John2218 » Sun Jul 28, 2019 5:26 pm

... and the attachments
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Re: washing machine and laundry sink piping

Post by Shannon » Sun Jul 28, 2019 9:55 pm

I honestly can not say with 100% certainty but my gut says yes it is fine.
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Re: washing machine and laundry sink piping

Post by Aaron » Mon Jul 29, 2019 2:19 am

Awesome sketches—a pic is worth a thousand words. Really, in addition to where clean-outs are required by code, you can also put more in as you want.

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