soil pipe


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soil pipe

n.
A drainpipe that carries off wastes from a plumbing fixture, especially from a toilet.

soil pipe

n
(Building) a pipe that conveys sewage or waste water from a toilet, etc, to a soil drain or sewer

soil′ pipe`



n.
a pipe carrying wastes from toilets.
[1825–35]
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Noun1.soil pipe - drain that conveys liquid waste from toilets, etc.soil pipe - drain that conveys liquid waste from toilets, etc.
drainpipe, waste pipe, drain - a pipe through which liquid is carried away
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The Commissions public report Cast Iron Soil Pipe from China (Inv.
A spokesperson for Byker Community Trust confirmed Damian had complained the toilet was leaking waste from the soil pipe.
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I also considered repiping the soil pipe to eliminate the "T'' and put a few feet between the drains using "Y'' piping.
Flow through soil pipes results in internal erosion of the pipes, which may produce gullies by tunnel collapse.
Swimming up the soil pipe and climbing out of the lavatory pan is a favourite way for rats to gain access into homes," said co-inventor Mark Jones from Birmingham.
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Older homes have cast iron stacks that you have to "snap" with a special soil pipe cutter ($25 a day to rent) when you're working in close quarters (Photo 10).
A A BASEMENT is below ground level so it has to be connected to an electrically driven pump and shredder that will discharge waste to the soil pipe above ground.
AB&I Foundry, an American manufacturer of cast iron soil pipe and fittings for storm and sanitary drain, waste, and vent plumbing systems, has named Joe Robbins as its new Eastern regional sales manager.