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Question DetailsAsked on 10/4/2020

Can a standpipe for a clothes washer be run directly into an enclosed laundry pump?

Is it advisable and in compliance with building codes to run a standpipe for a clothes washer directly into an enclosed laundry pump, thus eliminating the need for a laundry tray? And if so, can a nearby basement kitchen sink also drain into the same pump? Also, being aware that a modern clothes washer quickly pumps out a large volume of water - could a low voltage float switch be incorporated into the pump enclosure which would cut off the power to the washer (through use of a relay) if for some reason the laundry pump could not keep up? These questions apply to a private residence in Ontario Canada.

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