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How many feet can a dish washer pump waste water horizontaly

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It is supposed to pump the water vertically (Less than the height of the machine) into a standpipe which has an air break in it due to the standpipe being bigger than the outlet hose.

Or into a connection in the waste trap of the sink, which has the same action

That is there to stop the machine being syphoned out

If the hose is laid flat the water will run out due to gravity and will never fill correctly.

How the water runs away after it has been discharged to your standpipe is down to your plumber getting the pipe falls correct

If there is no fall then the water will back up in the pipe if there is any restriction such as a level spot on the pipe


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Horizontal ,no problem 20-30' ,install check valve in line.Vertical max 6' feet.Please rate my response :)

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