Total vertical would be 12' and the entire run would 30''. I would stick to their specs. Instructor Location: Gary SlusserMar 11, I read-up and found that the discharge line can only go 8' above the floorso routing a line to the utility tub on the floor above is no longer an option. Log in or Sign up. Angela If the water pressure problem has been present since the softener was installed, I suspect an installation error, such as a copper pipe joint partly blocked by solder.
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Typically the water softener or water treatment drain is taken to a building laundry sink or to a floor drain, keeping the outlet of the drain line " abover the floor drain to assure an air gap and to prevent back-contamination of the water system.
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If you mean that you are trying to construct a drywell or seepage pit to accept water softener drainage, that might make sense. A new installation does require some additional plumbing knowledge, but can be tackled in a few hours. Since it's usually preferable to treat all of the building water supply with a water conditioner this helps protect pipes from mineral-clogging by hard waterthe water conditioner is usually placed as close as possible to where water enters the building. For example, dirt or silt in a water supply can quickly coat the bulb in a UV light bacterial treatment device on a private water supply system. Like this: The installation instructions for water softeners are pretty much the same for all the different manufacturers, so the information I'm giving here should apply to just about any water softener. Carbon monoxide alarm requirements for Minnesota Carbon monoxide alarms are required for most dwellings in Minnesota, both by Statute and by Rule.