Continuing Education Session 2 (Part 1 of 4)

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Part 1 of 4 of Continuing Education Session 2 offered by Cape Cod Plumbing School. Visit www.capecodplumbingschool.net for more information.

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Welcome to Cape Cod Plumbing School’s 6 Hour Continuing Education Course SESSION 2! Please read the following instructions to fully understand how to take the course: To go back to a previous slide Click on this side of the screen To go to the next slide Click on this side of the screen Audio for each slide will AUTOMATICALLY PLAY And CANNOT be paused. If you need to hear it again, simply go to the next slide, then go back to the slide you wanted to hear again. Your workbook has a page number next to each fill in the blank question. That number corresponds to the PG # at the top right corner of each slide. Look at the PG # on the slide if you lose your place on the workbook. PG # When you are finished with this part of the course, a final slide will display a link. Click the link to move on to the next part of the course. To make the presentation full screen, click the square icon on the bottom right corner just outside this presentation box. Fullscreen Button

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On your computer keyboard, please press the “Esc” key located at the top left corner. This will take you out of fullscreen mode. This is required if you want to continue to the next part of the course. SESSION 2 WORKBOOK DOWNLOAD Once you have pressed the “Esc” key and are out of fullscreen mode, please click the 2 links below. Print out the workbooks so you can fill in the blanks as you go through the course. Once they are printed, continue to the next slide… Continuing Education Session 2 - Plumbing Workbook Continuing Education Session 2 - Gas Workbook

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CAPE COD PLUMBING SCHOOL 6 HR. CONT. ED.

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CAPE COD PLUMBING SCHOOL CONTINUING EDUCATION PART 1 MAY 1 / 09 TO APRIL 30 / 10 PLUMBING 3 HRS. P V C AND A B S PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS PG 127 131 C P V C PLASTIC WATER DISTRIBUTION PIPE PG 126 PEX TUBING WATER DISTRIBUTION PG 127 TO 128 GREASE RECOVERY PG 143 TO 147 SCHEDULE 40 PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS MAY BE USED FOR DRAINAGE WASTE AND VENTS AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: RESIDENTIAL DWELLINGS ASSISTED LIVING HOTELS D) MOTELS E) INNS F) CONDOMINIUMS PG 1

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SCHEDULE 40 PVC OR ABS PIPE AND FITTINGS SHALL NOT BE USED FOR: COMMERCIAL KITCHENS PUBLIC TOILET ROOMS c) LAUNDRY ROOMS d) ANY COMMERCIAL AREA LIMITED USE OF SCHEDULE 40 PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: BEAUTY SALONS BARBER SHOPS c) MANICURE SALONS d) PEDICURE SALONS e) PHOTO LABS ALCOHOL, SODA OR OTHER SIMILAR CARBONATED TYPE BEVERAGES WHERE THE CARBONATED LIQUID WASTE SHALL DRAIN DIRECTLY INTO A FLOOR SINK OR FLOOR DRAIN WHEN PVC OR ABS PLASTIC PIPE IS USED ON A LIMITED BASIS IN A COMMER – CIAL BUILDING THE REMAINING PLUMBING SYSTEM SHALL BE MADE OF COMMERCIAL MATERIAL DRAIN PIPING SHALL CONNECT TO A MAIN OR BRANCH DRAIN WHEN PVC OR ABS PLASTIC PIPE ARE USED ON A COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON A LIMITED BASIS A SIGN THAT READS LIMITED USE SHALL BE AFFIXED AT THE POINT OF DILLUTION THE PVC OR ABS VENT PIPING SHALL EXTEND 6 IN. ABOVE THE FLOOD – LEVEL RIM PG 2

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EXPANSION JOINTS OVER 20 FT. EXPANSION RATE OF PVC- 3/8 IN. PER 10 FT. PER 100 DEG. F EXPANSION ALLOWANCE- ½ IN. PER 10 FT. EXPANSION JOINTS WHERE NEEDED: VERTICAL- EVERY OTHER BRANCH INTERVAL HORIZONTAL- OVER 20 FT. *INSTALLED IN AN ACCESSIBLE LOCATION EXPANSION JOINTS NOT REQUIRED: -UNDERGROUND DRAINS -A B S PLASTIC PIPE DRAINAGE PIPING OVER 20’ REQUIRES EXPANSION JOINTS REGARDLESS OF OFFSETS. EVERY OTHER BRANCH PG. 4

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TRANSITION FITTINGS PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE SHALL NOT BE SOLVENT WELDED TOGETHER PVC MAY BE CONNECTED TO ABS BY USE OF: 1) MALE AND FEMALE ADAPTERS 2) NO HUB CLAMP PVC MAY BE CONNECTED TO C I BY USE OF: 1) MANOFF SLEEVE 2) NO HUB CLAMP PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE SHALL NOT BE USED FOR A URINAL DRAIN IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING MAY BE USED FOR A URINAL DRAIN IN A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LEAD JOINTS SHALL COOL FOR 4 MIN. BEFORE CAULKING PVC MALE ADAPTER/ ABS FEMALE ADAPTER NO HUB CLAMP MANOFF SLEEVE PG. 5

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SUPPORTS FOR PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE VERTICAL EVERY STORY BUT NOT MORE THAN 10 FT. HORIZONTAL 1 1/2’’ OR LESS 3’ 2’’ OR MORE 4’ HANGERS FOR HORIZANTAL PVC OR ABS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM BARING WIDTH OF 3/4 OF AN INCH CHANGES IN DIRECTION PROCEDURE FOR PRODUCT APPROVAL GO TO MASS. BOARD WEBSITE UNDER ONLINE SERVICES CLICK ON APPROVED PLB. PRODUCT SYSTEMS UNDER SEARCH SELECTION CLICK MANUFACTURER’S INFORMATION CLICK GO SELECT MANUFACTURER AND CLICK CONTINUE SELECT IF PRODUCT IS FOR PLUMBING OR GAS OR PLUMBING / GAS ENTER PRODUCT MODEL NUMBER NAME & PRODUCT DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE J HOOK PVC PIPE HANGER MANUFACTURER – SIOUX CHIEF MODEL NO. - 553 – 7 PRODUCT NAME - HANGS. TUFF HANGERS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION – PIPE HANGERS CALL MANUF. PG. 6

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PVC & ABS CEMENTS CEMENTS, PRIMERS, AND CLEANER SOLVENTS THAT ARE CLASSIFIED AS COMBUSTIBLE, FLAMMABLE, OR EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE SHALL BE KEPT AWAY FROM SOURCES OF IGNITION. THRESHOLD LIMITS FOR WORKER EXPOSURE DURING AN 8 HOUR WORK DAY HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED FOR EACH OF THE SOLVENTS THESE LIMITS MAY BE FOUND ON THE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET THE SOLVENTS IN THESE PRODUCTS SHOULD NOT COME IN CONTACT WITH BARE SKIN. USE APPLICATORS PROVIDED TO APPLY THE PRODUCT. *IF SKIN CONTACT CANNOT BE AVOIDED PROTECTIVE GLOVES SHOULD BE WORN. THE SOLVENTS IN THESE PRODUCTS WILL CAUSE SEVERE IRRITATION IF THEY COME IN CONTACT WITH THE EYES. PROPER EYE PROTECTION MUST BE WORN. WHEN USING PRIMERS AND SOLVENTS FOR PLASTIC PIPING, PLUMBERS AND APPRENTICES SHALL ALWAYS FOLLOW DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED SPACE. PG. 7

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MSDS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET EYES – LIQUID CAUSES SEVERE IRRITATION. VAPORS CAUSE MODERATE IRRITATION PVC CEMENT SKIN – LIQUID OR VAPORS CAUSE MODERATE IRRITATION INHALATION – CAN CAUSE NOSE AND THROAT IRRITATION, HEADACHE, NAUSEA, DROWSINESS, DIZZINESS, AND POOR COORDINATION. INGESTION – MODERATELY TOXIC. MAY CAUSE NAUSEA,VOMITING AND DIARRHEA. TARGET ORGANS – EYE, SKIN, KIDNEY, LUNG,LIVER, CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM CLEAR PRIMER SKIN CONTACT IMMEDIATELY WASH SKIN WITH SOAP AND WATER WHILE REMOVING CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. EYES IMMEDIATELY FLUSH WITH PLENTY OF WATER FOR 5 MINUTES. REMOVE CONTACTS IF PRESENT AND CONTINUE FLUSHING WITH WATER WHILE HOLDING EYELID OPEN WITH THUMB AND INDEX FINGER FOR 15 MINUTES USE COMMON SENSE WHEN WORKING WITH THESE PRODUCTS PG. 8

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SLEEVING OF PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE PVC AND ABS PLASTIC PIPE THAT PENETRATES CONCRETE FLOOR SLABS OR CONCRETE WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH SLEEVES MAINTAINING AN ANNULAR SPACE OF 1 INCH BETWEEN THE PIPE AND THE SLEEVE PVC OR ABS PLASTIC PIPE GOING THROUGH FIRE WALLS PVC OR ABS PLASTIC PIPE PASSING THROUGH FIRE WALLS SHALL BE ENCASED IN A TIGHT FITTING METAL SLEEVE EXTENDING 20 INCHES ON EACH SIDE OF WALL, FLOOR OR CEILING THE METAL SLEEVE SHALL BE 18 GAUGE OR HEAVIER. THE ANNULAR SPACE BETWEEN THE PIPE AND THE METAL SLEEVE SHALL BE SEALED WITH APPROVED NON-COMBUSTABLE FIRE RETARDENT MATERIAL. SEALED SEALED 20 IN. FLOOR 1’’ PG. 9

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CLEANOUTS FIG. I BUILDING DRAIN BELOW SLAB ENTERING THE BUILDING 10.22 PG. 236 BUILDING DRAIN FLOOR GRADE CLEANOUT X FIG. 1 CLEARANCES FOR CLEANOUTS 3 IN. OR MORE 18 IN. 2 IN. OR LESS 12 IN. SPACING 4 IN. OR LESS 50 FT. 5 IN. OR MORE 100 FT. MISCELLANEOUS COMMON VENT A RULE 1: PIPE A IS ONE SIZE LARGER THAN THE UPPER DRAIN BUT NOT SMALLER THAN THE LOWER DRAIN RULE 2: NOT MORE THAN 10 IN. BETWEEN DRAINS 10 IN. RUEL 3: IF DRAINS ARE MORE THAN 10 IN. THE LOWER TRAP SHALL BE RE-VENTED 2’’ 1 ½’’ 1 ½’’ PG. 10 FIG. 2

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STACK VENT FIXTURES ENTER THE STACK INDEPENDENTLY WASTE PIPES HAVE A MAXIMUM PITCH OF ¼ IN. PER FT. THE TOILET & TUB OR SHOWER SHALL ENTER THE STACK AT THE SAME LEVEL THE TRAPS FROM ALL FIXTURES SHALL CONFORM TO PROPER TRAP TO VENT DISTANCE 10.16 9 A STACK VENTING ON LOWER FLOORS PROVIDED THERE IS A SOIL OR WASTE STACK IN A BUILDING AS REQUIRED UNDER 248 CMR THE CONTINUATION IN AN UPWARD DIRECTION OF THE VERTICAL WASTE FOR A TOILET MAY BE REDUCED TO 2 IN. AND SERVE AS THE VENT FOR THE TOILET AND TUB OR SHOWER AND THE WASTE FOR A LAVATORY AND KITCHEN SINK 10.16 9 B 3 IN. 2 IN. PG. 11 FIG. 1 FIG. 2

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LAV. LAV. 2 IN. HORIZONTAL WASTE BRANCH 2 LAVS. OR SIMILAR FIXTURES INSTALLED ADJACENT OR BACK TO BACK WITHIN 6 FT. OF A MAIN VENTED STACK MAY BE INSTALLED ON A 2 IN. HORIZONTAL WASTE BRANCH WITHOUT RE-VENTING, PROVIDED THE HORIZONTAL WASTE BRANCH IS 2 IN. THROUGH IT’S ENTIRE LENGTH 2) THE FIXTURE WASTES ARE CONNECTED INTO THE SIDE CENTER OF THE BRANCH 3) SEPARATE ENTRANCE OF EACH WASTE INTO THE HORIZONTAL BRANCH 4) NOT MORE THAN ¼ IN. PITCH PER FT. PG. 198 10.16 E SLEEVING THE PIPING THAT PENETRATES CONCRETE FLOOR SLABS OR CONCRETE WALLS SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH SLEEVES. MAINTAIN AN ANNULAR SPACE OF 1 IN. BETWEEN THE PIPE AND SLEEVE. 10.06 18 A THE ANNULAR SPACE BETWEEN THE SLEEVE AND A PIPE THAT PASSES THROUGH AN EXTERIOR WALL SHALL BE MADE WATER OR WEATHER TIGHT. 10.05 11 PG. 12 FIG. 1

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WET VENT 2 IN. SIZE TAKEN OFF ABOVE THE CENTER LINE OF THE DRAIN THE WASTE OF ONE FIXTURE VENTING ANOTHER FIXTURE NO KITCHEN SINKS, LAUNDRIES OR CULLINARY FIXTURES MAXIMUM DISTANCE FROM TRAP TO VENT 1 ½ IN. 5 FT. 2 IN. 6 FT. 3IN. 8 FT. MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM TRAP TO VENT 2 PIPE DIAMETERS 4 INCHES PG. 13 FIG. 1 FIG. 2

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ESTERBROOK SANITARY TEE PG. 14

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CONSISTENCY OF MATERIALS JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS 10.07 1 WHEN INSTALLING A FITTING OR INSERTING PIPING INTO AN EXISTING PORTION OF A SOIL STACK, WASTE STACK, VENT STACK OR DRAIN THE FITTING OR PIPING SHALL BE OF THE SAME MATERIAL AS THE EXISTING STACK OR DRAIN USING A JOINING METHOD OUTLINED IN 248 CMR 10.07 EXCEPTION: IN NEW RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION CAST IRON PIPE MAY BE USED EXCLUSIVELY WITH PVC FOR SOUND REDUCTION. 10.07 PART OF 10.06 2 PG 121 X X SISSON JOINT PG.15

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PG. 16 FIG. 1 FIG. 2 FIG. 3 SO - VENT

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PVC OR ABS IN TRENCHES PREPARE A SMOOTH UNIFORMLY COMPACTED TRENCH BOTTOM USING SAND. PLACE THE PIPE IN UNIFORM ALIGNMENT AND GRADE WITH CONTINUOUS BEARING ON THE BOTTOM OF THE TRENCH. BACKFILL AROUND PIPE WITH GRANULAR MATERIAL TO A POINT 6 IN. ABOVE THE CROWN OF THE THE PIPE. *NO LARGE STONES OR PIECES OF EARTH SHALL BE DROPPED IN THE TRENCH. THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ABOVE SENTENCES SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ON- SITE LICENSED PLUMBER. SCHEDULE 40 PVC PERFORATED PIPE MAY BE USED IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR SUB SOIL DRAINS. PG. 17

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CAN I RUN A PVC DRAIN PIPE FROM APARTMENTS ON THE CEILING OF A COMMERCIAL STORE BELOW THE APARTMENTS? ANS. YES BUT CHECK WITH THE BUILDING INSPECTOR ON FIRE PROTECTION 2) ON A 12 STORY APARTMENT BUILDING CAN I RUN PVC PLASTIC PIPE 10 STORIES? ANS. NO. ANY RESIDENTIAL TYPE BUILDING OVER 10 STORIES SHALL BE COMMERCIAL MATERIALS 3) CAN A PVC SOIL STACK FOR AN 8 STORY CONDO BE REDUCED IN SIZE DUE TO A LESSER NUMBER OF FIXTURE UNITS ON THE HIGHER FLOORS? ANS. NO 4) IF A RESIDENTIAL TYPE BUILDING IS BEING LEASED FOR COMMERCIAL USE CAN THE EXISTING PVC PIPE BE USED? ANS. ONLY IF YOU OBTAIN A VARIANCE 5) CAN I USE PVC PLASTIC FOR AN 8 STORY APARTMENT BUILDING WITH A 3 STORY GARAGE BELOW? ANS. IF THE BUILDING PERMIT INDICATES 8 STORIES YES IF IT SAYS 12 STORIES NO PVC AND ABS QUESTIONS PG. 18

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PVC AND ABS QUESTIONS CONTINUED 6) IS IT PERMISSIBLE TO USE PVC OR ABS FOR A TOILET ROOM WITH LAVS AND SHOWERS THAT WILL BE USED BY THE OCCUPANTS OF AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY ? ANS: YES CHECK WITH THE INSPECTOR 7) IS IT PERMISSIBLE TO USE PVC OR ABS FOR A KITCHEN THAT WILL BE USED FOR SUPPLYING MEALS FOR THE OCCUPANTS IN AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY? 8) IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING CAN YOU USE FOAM CORE PVC FOR DRAIN LINES FOR BARBER SHOP SINKS? ANS: YES, HOWEVER, PROBABLY NOT A GOOD IDEA 9) CAN I USE A NO-HUB COUPLING TO JOIN PVC PIPING IN LIEU OF SOLVENT WELDING ? ANS: NO, EXCEPTION YES WHEN USED AS A TRANSITION FITTING ANS: YES, CHECK WITH THE INSPECTOR PG. 19 10) IS IT PERMISSABLE TO INSTALL A SCHEDULE 40 PVC FOR A SO-VENT SYSTEM? ANS: YES, WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION FROM THE BOARD

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CPVC PLASTIC WATER PIPING CPVC PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS MAY BE USED FOR HOT AND COLD WATER DISTRIBUTION PIPING LOCATED IN THE DWELLING PORTION OF RESIDENCES MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLINGS HOTELS, MOTELS, AND INNS CONDOMINIUMS AND SIMILAR BUILDINGS PG. 126 10.06 5 A CPVC PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS MAY BE USED ON BUILDINGS UP TO 6 STORIES OR 60 FT. IN HEIGHT PG. 126 10.06 5 A CPVC PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS MAY BE USED FOR THE COLD WATER SUPPLY FOR A DRINKING FOUNTAIN IN A STATE LICENSED OR ACCREDITED SCHOOL BUILDING NOTE: PIPE SHALL BE RUN DIRECTLY FROM THE WATER METER TO THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN 10.06 5 B PG. 20

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CPVC PLASTIC PIPE CONTINUED CPVC PLASTIC WATER PIPE SHALL NOT BE INSTALLED WITHIN 24 INCHES OF A HOT WATER HEATER PG. 126 10.06 5 A CPVC PLASTIC WATER PIPE SHALL BE SUPPORTED HORIZONTAL 1 IN. OR LESS 3 FT 1 ¼ IN. OR MORE 4 FT. CAN CPVC PLASTIC WATER PIPING BE USED FOR THE DRIP CONNECTION FROM AT&P RELIEF VALVE? ANS. NO 24 IN. RULE APPLYS MAY CHANGE HOW SHOULD THE SIZE OF CPVC PLASTIC WATER LINES BE CALCULATED? CPVC PLASTIC WATER PIPING SHALL BE SIZED USING THE SAME METHOD AS OTHER SIMILAR PIPING MATERIALS MANF. CAN I USE CPVC PLASTIC WATER PIPING UNDER A SLAB? CPVC PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS IS NOT LISTED FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION PIPING BELOW GROUND. 10.06 H – I PG. 125 PG. 21

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CAN CPVC OR PEX BE RUN THROUGH A COMMERCIAL SPACE TO FEED A RESIDENTIAL SPACE? ANS: YES, IF CONSIDERATION TO BUILDING HEIGHT AND FIRE RATINGS ARE FOLLOWED. IF A BUILDING IS 4 STORIES IN HEIGHT WITH THE FIRST STORY COMMERCIAL AND THE TOP REMAINING 3 STORIES RESIDENTIAL CAN PEX BE USED FOR THE 3 STORIES OF RESIDENTIAL? ANS: NO, PEX SHALL NOT BE USED FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGE OVER 3 STORIES IF A BUILDING IS 3 STORIES IN HEIGHT WITH THE FIRST STORY IS COMMERCIAL AND THE TOP 2 STORIES ARE RESIDENTIAL CAN PEX BE USED FOR THE 2 STORIES OF RESIDENTAL? ANS: YES, AS LONG AS THE BUILDING IS NOT MORE THAN 3 STORIES IF A BUILDING IS 4 STORIES IN HEIGHT WITH THE FIRST STORY COMMERCIAL AND THE TOP 3 STORIES RESIDENTIAL CAN CPVC BE USED FOR THE 3 STORIES? ANS: YES, AS LONG AS THE BUILDING IS NOT MORE THAN 6 STORIES OR 60 FT. IF YOU PLAN TO RUN CPVC OR PEX HORIZONTALLY OR VERTICALLY THROUGH A COMMERCIAL SPACE YOU SHOULD CHECK BUILDING AND FIRE CODES PG. 22

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CPVC EXPANSION 100 FT. RUN OF CPVC PIPING WILL EXPAND 4 IN. PER 100 FT. PER 100 DEGREE TEMPERATURE INCREASE THERMAL EXPANSION IN CPVC SYSTEMS IS USUALLY ACCOMMODATED BY CHANGES IN DIRECTION OR OFFSETS. CONSULT CPVC HAND BOOK CONTINUOUS USE RATING SCHEDULE 40 CPVC 100 PSI. AT 180 DEGREES F 400 PSI. AT 73 DEGREES F 1/2 IN. TO 2 IN. CPVC H.B. CPVC USAGE CPVC MUST NOT BE USED FOR PIPING SYSTEMS INTENDED TO CONVEY AIR OR COMPRESSED GASES AND SHOULD NOT BE TESTED WITH AIR OR OTHER COM – PRESSED GASES. CONSULT: CPVC HAND BOOK INSULATING CPVC PIPING SYSTEMS IN GENERAL PLASTIC MATERIALS HAVE A LOW CO-EFFICENT OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY WHEN COMPARED WITH METAL MATERIALS. GENERALLY IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO INSULATE CPVC PIPING WITHIN A HEATED BUILDING. CONSULT: CPVC HAND BOOK PG. 23

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CPVC PLASTIC ADAPTERS THE MALE THREADED ADAPTER MAY DEVELOP A DRIP LEAK IF THE JOINT IS SUBJECT TO BROAD TEMPERATURE RANGES SOME THREAD SEALENTS MAY CHEMICALLY ATTACK THE CPVC AND CAUSE STRESS CRACK – ING OF THE ADAPTER. THE PREFERRED METHOD OF TRANSITIONING BETWEEN METAL AND CPVC PLUMBING COM – PONENTS IS TO USE AN ADAPTER FITTING. EXAMPLE: CPVC OR A TRUE UNION WITH METAL AND CPVC ENDS. THREAD SEALENTS OVER THE YEARS: TEFLON OR EQUIVALENT TAPE HAS BEEN PREFERRED METHOD THERMAL EXPANSION RATE FOR CPVC IS 4 IN. PER 100 FT. WITH A 100 DEG. TEMPERATURE CHANGE CPVC HANDBOOK PG. 24

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PEX CROSS LINKED POLYETHYLINE WATER SUPPLY PIPING PEX TUBING MAY BE USED FOR HOT AND COLD WATER DISTRIBUTION IN RESIDENTIAL TYPE BUILDINGS UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 STORIES IN HEIGHT PEX TUBING SHALL NOT BE INSTALLED CLOSER THAN 24 INCHES TO ANY CONNECTION TO A DIRECT FIRED HOT WATER HEATER, TANKLESS TYPE HOT WATER COIL OR HEATING BOILER 10.06 7 10.06 7 MECHANICAL COMPRESSION TYPE FITTINGS SHALL NOT BE CONCEALED AND MUST BE ACCESSIBLE 10.06 7 PEX TUBING AND FITTINGS ARE NOT TO BE USED FOR STEAM FLUSHING OF WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS 10.06 7 PEX TUBING SHALL BE SUPPORTED AT 32 INCH INTERVALS FOR ALL SIZES 10.11 6 PG. 25

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PEX TUBING AND FITTINGS SHALL BE USED IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS IF THE INSTALLATION CONFORMS TO THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS. FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONVEYING REVERSE OSMOSIS OR OTHER SIMILAR TECHNOLOGY PROCESS OR PROCEDURE ( PURIFIED WATER ) FROM THE POINT OF TREATMENT TO A POINT OF OR MULTIPLE POINTS OF USE FOR DRINKING WATER. 2) PEX TUBING SHALL BE INSTALLED AT A POINT WHICH BEGINS ON THE OUTLET SIDE OF A PRODUCT APPROVED REVERSED OSMOSIS ( PURIFIED WATER ) DRINKING WATER DEVICE AND TERMINATES AT A POINT OF MULTIPLE POINTS OF USE 10.06 7 B PG. 26

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MANIFOLD SYSTEMS PEX CW MAIN WATER HEATER 24’’ HOMERUN SYSTEMS ACT AS A CONTROL CENTER OR MANIFOLD, FOR HOT AND COLD WATER THAT FEEDS SUPPLY LINES TO INDIVIDUAL FIXTURES MANIFOLDS SHOULD BE INSTALLED NEAR BUT NOT TOO CLOSE TO THE WATER HEATER MINIMUM CLEARENCE OF 36 IN. AND 24 IN. HORIZONTAL HOT COLD PG. 27

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CROSS – LINKED POLYETHYLENE PEX JOINTS 10.07 2 METAL INSERT FITTINGS WITH COPPER CRIMP RINGS STAINLESS STEEL PRESS SLEEVES COLD EXPANSION FITTINGS WITH PEX REINFORCING RINGS COMPRESSION FITTINGS ( FORMED GASKETS) OR MECHANICAL JOINTS ALL JOINTS CONNECTING TO OTHER MATERIALS SHALL BE MADE WITH TRANSITION FITTINGS. COMPRESSION CRIMP RING EXPANSION FITTING PRESS SLEEVE TRANS. FITTING GAS PG. 28

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FOOD HANDLING EQUIPMENT REQUIRING INDIRECT WASTES REFRIGERATORS REFRIGERATION COILS WALK IN FREEZERS COOLERS ICE COMPARTMENTS ICE MACHINES STEAM KETTLES STEAM TABLES POTATO PEELERS EGG BOILERS COFFEE URNS SODA & BEVERAGE FOOD HANDLING EQUIPMENT NOT REQUIRING INDIRECT WASTES DISHWASHING PRE RINSE INSTALLED IN COMBINATION IN COMMERCIAL DISH – WASHER POT SINK, SCULLARY SINKS AND OTHER SINKS ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE INDIRECT WASTE REQUIREMENT. PG. 29

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PRODUCE PREPERATION SINK MUST HAVE A LAMINATED SIGN WITH LETTERS 2 IN. HIGH THAT READS THIS COMPARTMENT ONLY IS DESIGNATED FOR PRODUCE PREPERATION. SINGLE COMPARTMENT CULLINARY / PRODUCE SINK COMPARTMENTS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED AND LABELED FOR PRODUCE PREPERATION SHALL CONVEY THE WASTE FROM THESE FIXTURES OR COMPARTMENTS INDIRECTLY TO A PROPERLY TRAPPED AND VENTED FLOOR SINK. ALL INDIRECT WASTES SHALL DISCHARGE THROUGH AN AIR GAP OR AIR BREAK INTO A PROPERLY TRAPPED AND VENTED RECEPTOR *EXCEPT AN AIR GAP IS REQUIRED WHEN THE INDIRECT WASTE PIPE MAY BE UNDER VACUUM PRODUCE PG. 30

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INDIRECT WASTES CON. INDIRECT WASTE PIPE A WASTE PIPE THAT DOES NOT CONNECT DIRECTLY WITH A DRAINAGE SYSTEM, BUT DISCHARGES INTO A DRAINAGE SYSTEM THROUGH AN AIR BREAK OR AIR GAP INTO A PROPERLY WASTED AND VENTED TRAP, FIXTURE, RECEPTACLE OR INTERCEPTOR. DEF. AIR GAP: THE UNOBSTRUCTED VERTICAL DISTANCE THROUGH FREE ATMOSPHERE BETWEEN THE OUTLET OF A WASTE PIPE AND THE FLOOD LEVEL RIM OF THE RE -CEPTACLE INTO WHICH THE WASTE DISCHARGES. AIR BREAK: A PIPING ARRANGEMENT WHEREIN A DRAIN FROM A FIXTURE, APPLIANCE OR DEVICE DISCHARGES INDIRECTLY INTO A FIXTURE, RECEP -TACLE, OR INTERCEPTOR AT A POINT BELOW THE FLOOD LEVEL RIM OF THE RECEPTACLE. 2 X DIA. 2’’ PG. 31 FIG. 1 FIG. 2

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INSTALLATION OF INDIRECT WASTES PIPING 10.12 5 6 INDIRECT WASTE PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED SO AS TO ENABLE READY ACCESS FOR FLUSHING, CLEANING, OR REPLACEMENT. ANY FIXTURE OR PIECE OF EQUIPMENT TO BE INDIRECTLY WASTED THAT HAVE WASTE OUTLETS SMALLER THAN 1 ¼’’ SHALL BE CONNECTED TO AN INDIRECT WASTE PIPE ONE SIZE LARGER INDIVIDUAL INDIRECT WASTE CONNECTS TO ONE WASTE OUTLET INDIRECT WASTE MAIN CONNECTS TO MORE THAN WASTE OUTLET INDIRECT WASTE BRANCH MAIN A BRANCH FROM AN INDIRECT MAIN WHICH CONNECTS TO MORE THAN ONE WASTE OUTLET A TRAP SHALL NOT BE INSTALLED ON AN INDIRECT WASTE MAIN OR BRANCH MAIN A TRAP MAY BE ALLOWED ON AN INDIVIDUAL INDIRECT WASTE WHERE IT IS NECESSARY TO PREVENT THE FLOW OF AIR AN INDIRECT WASTE STACK RECEIVING THE DISCHARGE FROM FIXTURES ON TWO OR MORE FLOORS SHALL EXTEND TO THE OUTER AIR AS REQUIRED FOR A STACK VENT. PG. 32

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TRAP PRIMER AND TRAP GUARD REVIEW ALL FLOOR DRAINS AND TROUGH DRAINS SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH A, READILY ACCESSIBLE AUTOMATIC TRAP - PRIMING DEVICE, EXCEPT THAT FLOOR DRAINS OR TROUGH DRAINS THAT WILL RECEIVE A CONTINUOUS SEMI CONTINUOUS DISCHARGE FROM OTHER INDIRECT WASTE FIXTURES 10.10 10 5 PG 151 TRAP GUARD AT LEAST ONE TRAP PRIMER PER ROOM, AT LEAST ONE PRIMER PER 10 DRAINS. PG. 33

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COMMERCIAL DISHWASHERS ALL COMMERCIAL DISHWASHERS MUST BE PROTECTED AGAINST BACKFLOW. DOES A HEALTH HAZARD EXIST? IF CHEMICALS ARE INJECTED INTO WATER LINES THEN YES. IF CHEMICALS ARE NOT INJECTED INTO WATER LINES A HEALTH HAZARD DOES NOT EXIST. TYPES OF BACKFLOW PREVENTERS USED: HAZARD DOES NOT EXIST- AIR GAP, RPZ, ATMOSPHERIC VACUUM BREAKER HAZARD DOES EXISTS- AIR GAP OR RPZ ONLY ***IF HEALTH HAZARDS EXIST THEN THE NEED FOR AN AIR GAP OR RPZ IS NECESSARY REGARDLESS OF AVB*** WATER SUPPLY PIPING DOWNSTREAM OF RPZ’S SHALL BE LABELED AS “WATER OF QUESTIONABLE SAFETY” WITH BLACK LETTERING ON YELLOW BACKGROUND PLACED EVERY 25’ AND AT BOTH PENETRATION POINTS WHERE PIPES PASS THROUGH WALLS ETC. 10.14 7(4)B IF RPZ IS REQUIRED AND THERE IS A BOOSTER HEATER ON THE DISHWASHER THAN AN EXPANSION TANK MAY BE REQUIRED. IF EQUIPPED WITH INJECTOR PUMP THEN HAZARD EXISTS. NEED RPZ OR AIR GAP PG. 34

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