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Horizontal Support for 4inch DWV pipe?

Posted by PT1968 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 23:02

I have an open joist bay where i plan to run a 20' 4 inch DWV pipe. The Joist are TJI

What is the best way to support the so it remains with in the joist bay. I have steel been supporting the joist from below and do not want to run the pipe under the beam.

Is the hanger for this type of application or should i use the metal support tape and screw the tape to the bottom of the sub floor

I appreciate any ideas


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RE: Horizontal Support for 4inch DWV pipe?

Use metal tape screwed to the top rail or blocking nailed in the web. you'll only need 3 or 4 at the most.


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RE: Horizontal Support for 4inch DWV pipe?

Thx snoonyb it worked well


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RE: Horizontal Support for 4inch DWV pipe?

And the price was right.


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