Soil stack

soil stack

[′sȯil ‚stak]
(building construction)
The main vertical pipe into which flows the waste water from the soil pipes in a structure.

Soil stack

The main vertical pipe which receives waste water from all fixtures in a building.

soil stack

soil stack
A vertical soil pipe carrying the discharge from toilet fixtures.
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If more than one fitting is blocked the problem is probably in the soil stack or main drain.
The toilet should ideally be located on an outside wall, so that it can be connected to the existing soil stack.
They also need to stand on a level, firm surface and be close to an internal soil stack or outside wall.
The leak was on the soil stack of the toilet, which made it very difficult to detect.
In their findings, the experts said contaminated droplets could have been drawn from the soil stack into a flat's bathroom through a dried-out floor drain when an exhaust fan was running with the door closed.
The leak has been identified as coming from the soil stack and this will be replaced this week.
Don't connect the drains to the main soil stack until you've pressure-tested the system.
The vent stack (4) is the upper extension of the soil stack.
Tenders are invited for HRA - P1560 - Todds Nook and Westgate Court Soil Stack Replacements
The rot in the wood around the soil stack and the periodic water that dribbled down to the ceiling below probably weren't caused by a roof leak.
These services include drain unblocking and jetting, soil stack and waste pipe unblocking, drain repairs, drain re-lining, CCTV drain surveys and septic tank services.