House drain

house drain

[′hau̇s ‚drān]
(civil engineering)
Horizontal drain in a basement receiving waste from stacks.

House drain

A horizontal piping system within a building, which receives waste from the soil stack and carries it to the sewer.

house drain

1. Same as building drain.
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The pan must have a drain tube that leads to a house drain or other approved location (outdoors where permitted).