Moving Toilet

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Hi there

We are thinking about changing layout of ensuite but have a question about soil pipe, the current soil pipe is in a box section under joists and position we would like toilet is about 2m away but I need to take soil 90° and up in between joist, I was thinking about joining 2 90° sockets together but this will take it too high if I get correct drop so I have mocked up a 45 into a 90 but not sure if this will work or is allowed? I have added pictures that will hopefully help make sense of what I am talking about

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I need to run it under the floor to get where we would like the pan, but 2 90° take it just above the joist which is why I wondered it I could use a 45 into a 90
 

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I need to run it under the floor to get where we would like the pan, but 2 90° take it just above the joist which is why I wondered it I could use a 45 into a 90

Yes no harm in that, just as long as it doesn’t run uphill
 
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