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New bathroom pipe run

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Daljit, 26 Sep 2020.

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    Hi

    I’m installing a new bathroom in a 4ft x 10ft space, with window and two existing outlets beneath it at one end. Outlet 1 was connected to a basin and is 18” above suspended timber floor, leads outside to a cast iron stack. Outlet 2 was connected to a bath and runs from above floor level (inside) to below floor level (outside), where it has its own run into the same cast iron stack.

    I plan to keep basin in same place, and install a toilet between it and the bath. The soil pipe would follow the old bath pipe run, in 110mm plastic, then connect to the stack. Like before, this would be above the floor.

    My question is, where does the bath pipe run? I thought I could connect it to the soil pipe but with what connector?

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    The bath pipe run will be below the loo output (if i've visualised your setup properly) so your only problem is mating a plastic T to cast iron for the new loo.
     
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