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Old 04-26-2012, 03:51 PM   #1
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has anyone ever used one of those hepvo check valves for a drain line...due to the way i redesigned my franklin during the rebuild i don't have enough room under the wetbath for a p-trap on shower drain was thinking of using hepvo valve on it..

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According to this link should work for you.
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X2 on it should work for you. Just make sure you install it where you can get to it if you should ever have problems with it.
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X2 on it should work for you. Just make sure you install it where you can get to it if you should ever have problems with it.
that is the problem the drain on the shower is just about as far under the shower as it can get
that is why i was hopig someone had some experience with them

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that is the problem the drain on the shower is just about as far under the shower as it can get
that is why i was hopig someone had some experience with them

You don't necessarily have to install the valve under the shower close to the drain. If, for example, the shower drain line runs to the vanity drain line, you can just put a 90 under the shower drain and run the pipe from there into the vanity and locate the valve there.

In case you aren't aware, the Hepvos are self venting; you do not need a drain vent when using those. You still need to run vent pipes for the holding tanks.
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You don't necessarily have to install the valve under the shower close to the drain. If, for example, the shower drain line runs to the vanity drain line, you can just put a 90 under the shower drain and run the pipe from there into the vanity and locate the valve there.

In case you aren't aware, the Hepvos are self venting; you do not need a drain vent when using those. You still need to run vent pipes for the holding tanks.
i do actually my wet bath is in a non-basement truck camper with no vanity plus the shower and toilet pan is about 23x32 and it sits just above the black tank...never thought about it need vent for the drain another thing to put into this old thing when built the grey water just ran out thru the bottom under shower and out the wall for kitchen
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