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Drainage System For a Building

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This presentation describes about drainage system from its basics. what is drainage system to types of drainage system and its components.

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Drainage System For a Building

  1. 1. DRAINAGE SYSTEM It is the arrangement provided in a house or building for collecting or conveying waste water through drain pipes, by gravity, to join either a public sewer or a domestic septic tank is termed as house drainage or building drainage. AROH THOMBRE
  2. 2. Terminologies related to Drainage: Wastewater: Water when used for different purpose like domestic commercial, industrial etc., receives impurities and become wastewater. Thus wastewater is used water and it has physical, chemical, and biological Impurities in it. Sewage: The waste water coming from W.C. and containing human excreta is known as sewage. Sullage: The Wastewater coming from bathrooms and kitchens which does not contain fecal matter is known as sullage. Plumbing/Drainage System: It is entire system of pipe line for providing water supply to the building or it is a system of pipes for disposal of wastewater from the building. Sewer: A pipe carrying sewage/ wastewater is called sewer. Soil Pipe: It is pipe carrying sewage from W.C. Vent Pipe : A vertical pipe that provides circulation of air to and from the Drainage system. Stack: A general term used for any vertical line of soil, waste or vent piping.
  3. 3. Terminologies related to Drainage: Cleanout: An access opening to allow cleanout of the pipe Waste Pipe: It is a pipe carrying sullage from bathrooms, kitchens, sinks, wash basins, etc. Sewerage System: A system of sewers of different types and sizes in a town collecting wastewater from the town and carrying it to the wastewater treatment plant. Sanitary Sewer: A sewer pipe that carries only sewage. Storm Sewer: A sewer pipe that carries storm water or other drainage (excluding sewage). Building Sewer: Part of the drainage system from the building to the public, private, or individual sewer Disposal system. Sewer Main: A sewer pipe installed and maintained by public entity and on public property. Components of Drainage system: *Pipes *Traps *Sanitary Fittings *Chambers
  4. 4. Pipes: In house drainage system pipes may be designated depending upon the function as shown below. Soil Pipe: A pipe carrying human Sewage from W.C. Waste Pipe: A pipe carrying sullage. Vent Pipe: It is a pipe installed to provide flow of air to or from the drainage system or to provide circulation of air in the drainage system to protect the water seal of traps against Siphonage and backflow. Antisiphonage Pipe: It is the pipe which is installed to preserve the water seal in the trap through proper ventilation Rain water Pipe: A pipe carrying only rain water. Soil pipe: 100mm Waste pipe: horizontal: 30-50mm Waste pipe: vertical : 75mm Rainwater pipe : 75mm Vent pipe: 50mm Pipe Sizes: Vent Pipe Waste Pipe Rain Water Pipe Antisiphonage Pipe Soil Pipe
  5. 5. Traps: Traps are U shaped fixtures that have Water seal in it. This water in the trap creates a seal that prevents sewer gas from passing from the drain pipes back into the occupied space of the building. Essentially all plumbing fixtures including sinks, bathtubs, and toilets must be equipped with either an internal or external trap. Depending upon the shapes the traps are classified as: P-Trap: P-traps exit into the wall behind the sink. Q-Trap: This trap is used in toilet under water closet. S-Trap: This trap is usually used with Siphonage pipe.
  6. 6. Traps: Based on the Use, the traps are classified as: Floor Traps (Nahni Trap): This trap is generally used to admit sullage from the floors of rooms, bathrooms, kitchen etc. in to the sullage pipe. This is provided with cast iron or stainless steel or galvanized gratings (Jallis) at its top so that the entry of larger matter is prevented thereby chances of blockage are reduced. Gully Traps: A Gully trap or gully is provided at a junction of a roof drain and other drain coming from kitchen or bathroom. Intercepting Traps: Intercepting Traps: Intercepting traps is provided at junction of a house sewer and municipal sewer for preventing entry of foul gases of municipal sewer in to the house drainage system. Nahni Trap Gully Trap Intercepting Trap Section through Intercepting trap
  7. 7. Sanitary Fittings: Following sanitary fittings are used in the house drainage system. Wash Basin: These are plumbing fixtures mainly used for handwashing. Sinks: Sinks are the plumbing fixtures provided in kitchens for cleaning utensils. Bath tubs: A circular waste hole at the bottom of bath tub is provided for drainage purpose. Bath Tub is the plumbing fixtures provided in the bathroom for taking bath. Water Closets: A water closets is a pan like water flushed plumbing fixture designed to remove human excreta directly and dispose the same in to the soil pipe through trap. Urinals: a bowl or other receptacle, typically attached to a wall in a toilet, into which men may urinate. Water Closet Sink Bath Tub UrinalWash Basin
  8. 8. Basic Principles of Drainage system: *House Drainage should be preferable laid by side of the building to facilitate easy repair and better maintenance. *The sewage or sullage should flow under the force of gravity. *The house sewer should always be straight. The entire system should be well ventilated from start to the end. *The house sewer should be connected to the manhole such that the invert level is sufficiently higher to avoid back flow of sewage in house sewer. *Where ever there is change in direction of sewer line in the premises, provide inspection chamber at the junction. *House sewer joints should be leek proof because leakage if any shall create an odour problem and leaked wastewater shall infiltrate in the ground and shall reduce bearing capacity of soil below foundation, which is not desirable. *Rain water from roofs or open courtyards should not be allowed to flow through the house sewers. *Siphonage action can never be permitted and therefore adequate ventilation systems should be installed.
  9. 9. Soil pipe: 100mm Waste pipe: horizontal: 30-50mm Waste pipe: vertical : 75mm Rainwater pipe : 75mm Vent pipe: 50mm Connecting soil pipe: 50mm Connecting waste pipe: 40mm Sizes of Various Pipes: Schematic Drainage system:
  10. 10. Types of Drainage Systems: Two pipe system : This is the best and most improved system of plumbing. Two sets of vertical pipes, one for excreta (night soil) as soil pipe and another for sullage as waste pipe. The soil pipes as well as waste pipes are separately ventilated, by providing, separate vent pipe or anti-siphon age pipe. This system has four vertical pipes. One pipe system: Instead of using two separate pipes for excreta and sullage, only one vertical main pipe is provided, which collects both night soil and sullage water. The main pipe is ventilated at the top, in addition, a separate vent pipe is also provided. This system has two vertical pipes Two Pipe System One Pipe System
  11. 11. Types of Drainage Systems: Single stack system: This system is having a single pipe for soil, waste and vent without any separate ventilation pipe. It uses only one pipe, which carries night soil as well as sullage and the same pipe is extended up to 2 m above roof level with a cowl to act as vent pipe for removal of gases. Partially Ventilated Single Stack System : This is an improved form of single stack system, where the traps of the water closets are ventilated, by a separate vent pipe, called relief vent pipe. This system uses two pipes as in single pipe system. The single soil and waste pipe is connected to vent pipe and thus cost is reduced. Single Stack System
  12. 12. Grey Water Recycling Grey water flows to Surge tank where is filtered through coarse filter. Then it is Pumped to Sand filter then it is disinfected and then pumped to Grey water tank. And now this can again be used for Flusing purpose.

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