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2009 International Plumbing Code Essentials at Your Fingertips
This handy resource delivers quick access to important international plumbing and septic code information. 2009 International Plumbing Code Need To Know explains and interprets the most common International Code Council requirements. Packed with illustrations, this essential tool brings together all the elements you need to design, estimate, and install plumbing systems and equipment. Save time and money, reduce errors, stay in compliance, and increase job site safety using this quick reference.
2009 International Plumbing Code Need To Know features:
- Clear explanations and interpretations of ICC plumbing and septic code
- Helpful trade tips
- Detailed visual references
Inside this on-the-job guide
Definitions * Administration * General Building Heights and Areas * Fixtures, Faucets, and Fixture Fittings * Water Heaters * Water Supply and Distribution * Sanitary Drainage Systems - Indirect and Special Wastes * Vents * Traps * Storm Drainage * Special Piping and Storage Systems * Recycling Gray Water * Using the Code in the Real World
The IPC provides minimum regulations for plumbing facilities in terms of both performance and prescriptive objectives, and provides for the acceptance of new and innovative products, materials, and systems. Important changes include: Updated table for the Minimum Number of Required Plumbing Fixtures. Single-user toilet facilities (a room having a single water closet and a single lavatory) are not required to be labeled for use by only a male or female (separated use designations). Solar thermal water heating systems need to conform to the ICC 900/SRCC 300 standard. Well systems are required to comply with standard NGWA-01 where local requirements do not cover subject matter or are lacking in detail on others.
Here's the real plumber's friend
This fully revised guide gives you plumbing essentials, illustrations, tips, shortcuts - the lowdown on brazing, soldering, pipe fittings, commercial water coolers, automatic bathroom systems, and more.
All this and much more
* Includes tables, diagrams, and working drawings
* Provides necessary math and metric information
* Features a chapter on dental office plumbing
* Explains and identifies the right plumbing tools for each job
* Illustrates appropriate vents and venting methods
* Covers the Sloan flush valve, Oasis water coolers, the Sovent system, 1.6-gallon flush toilets, and solar system water heaters
* Useful for homeowners as well as plumbing professionals
What's the best way to study?
The best guarantee of exam success is to know the material and be prepared for the questions you're likely to encounter. This book provides hundreds of questions and answers to help you review, tips for more productive studying, advice on how to approach the exam, a valuable chapter that outlines state licensing requirements for apprentice, journeyman, master, and inspector, and more-all designed to help you face the license exam with confidence.
* Study plumbing drawings, material takeoff pro-cedures, and typical system layouts
* Check your knowledge of plumbing mathematics
* Understand what plumbing installation inspections involve
* Become familiar with regulations for both the uniform and international codes
* Review residential trailer plumbing standards and private sewage treatment facilities
* Refresh your understanding of steam and hot water heating procedures
* Study the specific licensing requirements for your state and your experience level
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From fixing a faucet to installing a drain line in a basement floor, The Black & Decker Complete Guide to Plumbing 6th edition has the answer to any home plumbing problem you're likely to have. Packed with clear color photos and easy-to-understand descriptions, the basics of home plumbing systems are clearly explained, and all of the most popular plumbing projects are shown with beautiful step-by-step photos.
This new edition has been thoroughly updated to ensure that all information conforms to the most recent codes, including the 2015 Uniform Plumbing Code and the 2014 International Residential Code. New projects include plumbing and tiling a curbless shower. Other features include projects to promote accessibility in the bathroom; updated bathroom ventilation featuring new products; and an expanded section on exterior plumbing, including pools, pumps, and sprinkler systems.
Plumbing is a thriving profession in the modern era. It involves the installation and maintenance of varied drainage systems, sewage systems, septic systems, water recycling, etc. A number of equipments are used in the process of plumbing. Some of these tools are water meters, water filters, pipe wrenches, pipe vise, flaring pliers, etc. Coherent flow of topics, student-friendly language and step-by-step accounts make this book an invaluable source of knowledge. The readers would gain knowledge that would broaden their perspective about plumbing.
You can keep your septic system running day-after-day, year after-year. First published in 1984, Country Plumbing, in its initial edition, went through eight printings and has educated and entertained thousands of country dwellers who live beyond the reach of public sewer systems. Now, with the contribution of Mike Haupt, this revised edition contains information about some of the more recent developments in the world of private sewage treatment facilities. Even in restricted areas such as lakeside properties or small lots, you can live without a public sewer hook-up and still be a good steward of the environment.
This reference provides reliable piping estimating data including installation of pneumatic mechanical instrumentation used in monitoring various process systems. This new edition has been expanded and updated to include installation of pneumatic mechanical instrumentation, which is used in monitoring various process systems.