The vent pipe of a bath is essential for proper functioning of the drain and to make harmful vapors to escape. These vapors can return to the pipes in the bathroom and can be very dangerous if are not controlled. Placing a vent tube allow gas to escape and reduce back pressure drain so that your toilets and drain pipes vent faster. In just one weekend, you can install ventilation pipes drain in your entire bathroom using simple hand tools and work heavy.
- Locate the path you want to vent pipe and mark the location for the vent pipe.
- Cut the pipe at the site of the ventilation and sandpaper each freshly cut pipe end. Remove burrs inside the pipe using a knife or sandpaper more.
- Select the type of section you want to use T (90 °, online or sanitary T) and make sure your pipes and connections are the entire same diameter. Tube cleaner applied to the inside of the T and the ends of the cut pipe. Now apply glue pipe and pushes the ends of the pipe inside the sections T.
- Allow the glue to dry at least 10 to 30 minutes and then begins to route the vent to the outside. Install a connector for external (out by a discreet place outside your home). Paste the two sections of pipe each other just as it did with the T and the pipe in your bathroom and guide both legs outward connector. Paste the pipe connector and make sure the outside vent pipe is clean and unobstructed.
- Repeat steps 1-4 for each drain, toilet or shower you’re trying to ventilate.
Tips & Warnings:
- Remember that the vent pipes need to be positioned at an angle of at least 45 ° to prevent the return of fat system.
- Have an assistant to help you when you are working; will help you move faster.
- Do not use a sanitary tee upright as many building regulations forbid it.