Sewer drains from laundry sinks or washing machines are 2 inches in diameter and those from sinks in the kitchen, bathroom or powder room generally use a 1.5-inch pipe. The main sewer pipe leading to the septic tank or public sewer is usually 4 inches.,
Originally Answered: Can a shower drain be connected to a toilet drain? A shower drain and a toilet drain can both be connected to a main drain.
A 3-inch pipe is what's used in homes to pipe toilets. The 4-inch pipe is used as the building drain under floors or in crawlspaces to transport all the wastewater from a home out to the septic tank or sewer. The 4-inch pipe may also be used in a home if it's capturing two or more bathrooms.Jun 10, 2019
The standard size of a toilet drain pipe is 3 inches in diameter, but the drain can be up to 4 inches in diameter. The drain pipe is usually connected to a 3-inch schedule 40 toilet drain pipe.
3-inch drain pipes are better at managing single toilets. But if there are multiple toilets on a 3-inch drain, it is more likely to clog. On the other hand, a 4-inch drain can handle the waste from multiple toilets. It is important to determine the load on the drain pipes and install the pipes of a compatible size.
Sewer lines are typically four to six inches in diameter and sloped downwards to promote the flow of water away from your home and into your city's sewer.Sep 17, 2015
Regardless of your plumbing code, the minimum drain size for a toilet is 3 inches. Water closet's flushing 1.6 gallons (or less) are rated at 3 DFUs (drainage fixture units). Some older model toilets, flushing over 1.6 gallons per flush, are rated at 4 DFUs.