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    Default Vessel sink venting?

    This place had vessel sinks installed with food diposal tail pipes with rubber hoses attached. Appears to be an effort to improve draining and venting. Is this allowed or accepted, have never seen it before.

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    Default Re: Vessel sink venting?

    not allowed

    ' correct a wise man and you gain a friend... correct a fool and he'll bloody your nose'.

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    Default Re: Vessel sink venting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trent Tarter View Post
    Is this allowed or accepted, have never seen it before.
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    Of course not, don't be fooled by new "vessel sinks". They have the same drain requirements as traditional sinks.


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    Default Re: Vessel sink venting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Cantrell View Post
    not allowed
    I don't see how it could improve anything, being on the upstream side of the trap. If there is a trap and it is properly vented, which we can't see in the picture, I don't know why it would not be allowed.

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    Default Re: Vessel sink venting?

    All I can think of Mr Chekoff telling Capt Kirk "there is a wessal off the bow".

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