Vent offset from fixture branch

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      davel314

      Hey,
      I was wondering if anyone knew if a vent starting out from the sanitary T on the fixture branch was suppost to rise vertically 6 inches then offset at 45 dergees then go to the local vent stack?

      I know in Kentucky, it’s something similar to this. .

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      CincinnatiPlumbing
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      The vent is to rise vertically to a point at least 6″ above the flood level rim of the highest fixture served before making any horizontal offset. After this point it can be directed to the local vent stack using 22-1/2s, 45s, 60s, 90s or any combination thereof.

      » This message has been edited by CincinnatiPlumbing on 13 October 2005

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