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2009 International Plumbing Code Need to Know The 20% of the Code You Need 80% of the Time

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ISBN-10: 0071544496

ISBN-13: 9780071544498

Edition: 2009

Authors: R. Dodge Woodson, R. Woodson

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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 7/30/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Definitions
Administration
What Does the Plumbing Code Include?
How the Code Pertains to Existing Plumbing
Small Repairs
Relocation and Demolition of Existing Structures
Materials
Code Officers
Plumbing Permits
Multiple Plumbing Codes
General Building Heights and Areas
Definitions
General Height and Area Limitations
Height
Mezzanines
Equipment Platforms
Area Modifications
Unlimited Area Buildings
Mixed Use and Occupancy
Fixtures, Faucets, and Fixture Fittings
Fixtures
Single-Family Home
Multi-Family Buildings
Public Assembly
Day-Care Facilities
Special Regulations
Accessible Fixtures
Accessible-Fixture Requirements
Accessible Plumbing
People with Less Physical Ability
Water Coolers
Standard Fixtures
Placement
Sealing Fixtures
Fixture Installations
Residential Installation
Bathtubs
Hand-Held Shower
Drainage Connections
Washing Machines
Dishwashers
Garbage Disposals
Floor Drains
Laundry Trays
Lavatories
Showers
Built-Up Shower Stalls
Sinks
Toilets
Whirlpool Tubs
Faucets and Valves
Commercial Applications
Special Fixtures
Sterilizers
Clinical Sinks
Fluid-Suction Systems
Special Vents
Water Supply
Backflow Prevention
Water Heaters
General Provisions
Installation
Connections
Safety
Relief Valves
Venting
Connectors
Support
Offsets
Termination
Area
Multiple Appliances
Existing Systems
Draft Hoods
Masonry Chimneys
Chimney Connectors
Mechanical Draft Systems
Ventilating Hoods
Commentary
Water Supply and Distribution
Water Main
Distribution
Supplies
Pressure-Reducing Valves
Banging Pipes
Booster Pumps
Water Tanks
Pressurized Water Tanks
Support
Antiscald Precautions
Valve Regulations
Cutoffs
Backflow
Hot-Water Installations
Water Heaters
Purging
Wells
Well Requirements
Dug and Bored Wells
Drilled and Driven Wells
Well Pumps
Pump Houses
Sizing
Facts to Keep You Out of Trouble
Sanitary Drainage Systems
Sizing
Building Drains
Sizing Example
Horizontal Branches
Stack Sizing
Installations
Grading
Joints
Support
Pipe-Size Reduction
More Facts to Remember
Fittings
Offsets
Horizontal to Vertical Changes of Direction
Vertical to Horizontal Changes in Direction
Indirect and Special Wastes
Special Wastes
Vents
Sewer Gas
Protecting Trap Seals
Drainage
Vent Exceptions
Individual Vents
Relief Vents
Circuit Vents
Vent Sizing
Branch Vents
Vent Stacks
Stack Vents
Common Vents
Island Vents
Wet Vents
Crown Vents
Vents for Sumps and Sewer Pumps
Installation Requirements
Main Vents
Multiple Branch Vents
Side-Wall Vents
Vent Stacks
Stack Vents
Dry Vents
Circuit Vents
Supporting Your Pipe
Combination Waste and Vent Systems
Traps
Cleanouts
Cleanout Requirements
Additional Specifications
Acceptable Cleanouts
Manholes
Traps
P-Traps
S-Traps
Bell Traps
House Traps
Crown-Vented Traps
Other Traps
Individual Traps
Trap Sizes
Tailpiece Length
Standpipe Height
Installation
Grease Traps
Backwater Valves
Storm Drainage
Sizing
Rain Leaders
Roof Drains
Combination Storm Drain and Sewer
Storm-Water Piping
Sump Pumps
Variations
Special Piping and Storage Systems
Requirements
Sterilizers
Aspirators
Medical Gases
Oxygen Systems
Recycling Gray Water
Using the Code in the Real World
Lax Jobs
Strict Code Enforcement
Safety
Fees
Know Your Inspectors
Local Jurisdictions
Common Sense
Index