So is there an issue?
Kinda boring actually. What’s so interesting?
I guess the question is; " Is that a condensate discharge and does a dishwasher drain hose qualify for a condensate discharge drain pipe?"
Time will tell I suppose.
Yes that is the condensate drain line. It appears to be a Rinnai tankless water heater. The condensate drain pipe description is in the installation manual. The OP can figure it out. He’s MIA.
Well, if no one else is going to do it.
Condensate.pdf (322.9 KB)
Did I read something in there about plastic hose
Are we ignoring the pressure relief valve discharge piping?
What about it Ryan?
All those reducing elbows/fittings?
I don’t know if this is a new house or an old house but that insert fitting was acceptable in the IRC prior to the 2018 book.
That looks like a reduction straight from the TPRV to the pex. Is it ok?
That’s a 3/4” PEX fitting so prior to 2018 yes.
Maybe we just can’t see it, but a gas valve prior to the sediment trap would also be nice.
You’ll have to get with the local AHJ to see if a 3/4” PEX fitting (approved fitting prior to 2018) is restricting a 3/4” valve at the time of installation.
Cant report on what I can’t see. The elbow is blocking the view of where a gas valve is normally located.
Here we go
We call em “drip sediment trap legs” in these parts.