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    Default 90mm PVC storm water saddle clips

    Hi everyone,
    I would like to know if I were to suspend a PVC pipe used for storm water, how far apart should the saddle clips be installed?
    I was planning to use a bunch of these from Bunnings.
    Does any one have any other suggestions?
    Thanks
    Tricks


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    No, just storm water

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    Hey Lappa,
    That link you sent answered my question. Roughly every 1.35m which is conveniently every third floor joist in my situation.
    That's good enough for me.
    Thanks
    Dan.

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    AS/NZS 2032 2006
    Pipes 65-150mm graded (sloping) every 1.2m, vertical every 2.5, and must be supported at every bend including fitting were the pipe exits a wall.

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