How to plumbing by installing a PVC drain
Drain pipes, like all parts of a building have a permanent wear, which can cause serious problem to construction if not given proper maintenance.
Many times you find breaks or cracks in the sewer that require partial or total replacement for this case, the PVC pipes are an excellent solution both for the ease with which they work, for its versatility and endurance. Moreover, these tubes have a significantly lower cost than others.
Before performing an installation using PVC pipes, point out the route that they used to calculate the length and type of connections you need. For connections using special pieces, elbows, joints, double seams, joints in T. The tubes come in different sizes and thicknesses, according to the type of evacuation required.
How to Install PVC drain:
Design the route of the pipeline taking into account the elements that go to bailing (sinks, showers, sinks, drains, patio, etc.). According to the type of drainage and flow, you will need different types of tubes.
When you have the design of your circuit drain ready, count the pipe sections that you cut and their unions.
To cut the tubes must mark the exact size of each tranche, using a permanent marker and then cut with a jigsaw or a fine-toothed saw. It is best to go cutting each length of pipe as it is doing the installation, they may be small differences in measurements, which have already cut all the sections could not be repaired, which would force us to throw a part of materials.
Once the cut has been made of a stretch, sanded the edges with a fine sandpaper to remove any burrs. The thread is then performed on each end of the pipe section, with a sweep for PVC.
When you have the section ready, proceed to unite with the installation using a single junction, elbow or T, according to the case. Seams shall be covered by two or three turns of Teflon tape to fit more tightly. After installing the joint, seal the edges of it with PVC glue to make sure that the union lost, despite the size variations caused by changes in temperature.
If the pipeline is built, covered with appropriate material (cement, gypsum, plaster, etc.).