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Currently the Dishwasher has it's own waste outlet to the outside, the sink and Washing Machine share one.

Designing a new kitchen we will have all of them sharing one waste outlet - is this do-able or full of problems?
 

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Perfectly ok with the right fittings, check out the McAlpine site.
 
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Perfectly ok with the right fittings, check out the McAlpine site.
I am getting the kitchen designed by Howdens and the kitchen designer didn't know too much about the plumbing side.

Will I be able to fit one of those with whatever fittings I need for a triple waste outlet?

CLH_DIGI_DET_A00076

Would this do?

Sink Trap with Twin 135° Nozzles

I won't be fitting it, I just want to make sure it can fit under the sink with a drawer.
 

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Yes McAlpine, probably the best known supplier for waste fittings in the world. Go look.
 

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Pretty sure the plumber could hack out bits of the designer cupboard to make it fit. :D
 

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Personally, I'd not do that.

Why? Each discharge should have some form of trap otherwise you WILL get sewage smells in a year or two.
 

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Post #4 can be removed, doesn`t make sense since JL did a sneaky edit.:mad:
<Memo to myself>
Always quote. :D
 

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Yes Sneaky because after saying (quote) "McAlpine?" A decent person would of "Liked" or "Thanked" being told where to go and look and then come back in a seperate post adding the McAlpine part link with words such as "Like this" if they were unsure but you went back and added the part and the final sentence. o_Oo_Oo_O
 
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Yes Sneaky because after saying (quote) "McAlpine?" A decent person would of "Liked" or "Thanked" being told where to go and look and then come back in a seperate post adding the McAlpine part link with words such as "Like this" if they were unsure but you went back and added the part and the final sentence. o_Oo_Oo_O
Wow. Just Wow. Check that post I replied saying "informative",

As to editing my post - what do I gain from it? Nothing.

It says more about you that you consider that as sneaky.
 

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Yes you can do it that way but I agree with Dave, better to trap each thing separately.
At home I just did my new kitchen with individual traps on the bowl and a half sink, each with its own pipe out to the gully. “Oh how hideous to see two pipes” - but I know it will give me less trouble and no smells over its lifetime and I am a lazy sod with maintenance.
 
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So currently in the design the sink (single sibk)is in the centre where existing exit pipe is with the dishwasher and washing machine either side.

So I need to have 3 exit pipes all to the outside gulley.
 

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So currently in the design the sink (single sibk)is in the centre where existing exit pipe is with the dishwasher and washing machine either side.

So I need to have 3 exit pipes all to the outside gulley.
In my world yes. They can all join up outside though.
 

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