venting loop

loop vent

1. A vent arrangement for a group of plumbing fixtures; consists of a vent pipe which is connected to the waste or soil branch immediately before the first fixture of the group and immediately before the last fixture of the group; the two connections are then “looped” together and connected to the vent stack.
2. The same as a circuit vent except that it loops back and connects with a stack vent extension of the soil stack instead of a separate vent stack.
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After the gas is monitored, it is returned to the tank through a venting loop made of 1/2-inch stainless-steel tubing that leads back into the vent header.