I need to figuree out the slopes for laying sewer pipe . E.G

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I need to figuree out the slopes for laying sewer pipe . E.G

Postby manny » Tue Mar 14, 2006 3:12 am

a line to istalled at 33% slope is equal to how many inches every 100' ?
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Re: I need to figuree out the slopes for laying sewer pipe .

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 14, 2006 3:15 am

manny wrote:a line to istalled at 33% slope is equal to how many inches every 100' ?



If I am to install a sewr line at 33% slope , How many inches must i slope at 100' intervals?

At 400' sloping 33% would equal how many inches from my original / starting point?
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Re: I need to figuree out the slopes for laying sewer pipe .

Postby Guest » Wed Apr 05, 2006 6:26 am

manny wrote:a line to istalled at 33% slope is equal to how many inches every 100' ?


The drop (slope) on a sewer line is required to be min. 1/8" per foot to max. 1/4" per foot. That would be 12.5" min. to 25" max. per 100 feet
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Re: I need to figuree out the slopes for laying sewer pipe .

Postby Guest » Thu Apr 06, 2006 1:36 am

manny wrote:a line to istalled at 33% slope is equal to how many inches every 100' ?


I don't think you really want 33% slope, but it would be 33 feet drop every 100 feet of run.
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