Originally Posted by Jeffc
Spot on! Just did some more searching and our code has been amended to include an air break on all culinary sinks or sinks used to wash linens (previously allowed). So this begs the question can't I add one? I see some drain air gaps online that look to be easily installed on the main drain. The code speaks more to siphoning vs bacteria growth
Absolutely! As long as you can get a 6" gap somewhere in the drain system you should be good for a reinspection.
Hard to see mine but i just seperated the drain and ran it into a large reducer.
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