Continuing Education Session 1 (Part 5 of 6)

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Part 5 of 6 of Continuing Education Session 1 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 1! Hughes Decision Please read the following instructions to fully understand how to take the course: To make the presentation full screen, click the square icon on the bottom right corner just outside this presentation box. 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. Each fill in the blank question on the 2 workbooks has a page number next to it. 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. 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. Fullscreen Button PG #

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HUGHES DECISION 1986 a) THE LICENSED PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OF THE GAS FITTING WORK UNDER HIS OR HER PERMIT b) INCLUDING THE VENTING OF FLUE GAS c) THE LICENSED PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER MUST BE PRESENT FOR A FINAL INSPECTION VENTING FOR BOILERS OVER 400,000 B T U a) MAY BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED PERSONS b) PROVIDED LICENSED PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER IS RESPONSIBLE & SUPERVISES THE INSTALLATION PG 1

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c) THE LICENSED PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER HAS SECURED A PERMIT GAS EQUIPMENT UNDER 400,000 B T U SHALL BE INSTALLED BY A LICENSE PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER ONLY EXCEPT AS FOLLOWS: 1) LISTED CHIMNEY LINING SYSTEMS 2) METAL AND FACTORY BUILT CHIMNEYS 3) VENTILATING HOODS 4) B VENT, ALL AS DEFINED IN N F P A - 54 MAY BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS TO ASSEMBLE AND INSTALL SUCH SYSTEMS PROVIDED PG 2

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a) A LICENSED MASTER OR JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR AND SUPERVISE THE INSTALLATION. b) THE LICENSED MASTER OR JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER HAS SECURED A PERMIT. BOTTOM LINE IF YOU TAKE OUT A GAS PERMIT THAT INCLUDES GAS VENTING YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE. STATE BOARD WEB SITE PG 3

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DIRECT VENT GAS EQUIPMENT INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF ITS LISTING AND THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS CHIMNEY TERMINATION RESIDENTIAL 3' ABOVE THE HIGHEST POINT WHERE IT PASSES ABOVE THE ROOF 2' HIGHER THAN ANY PORTION OF THE ROOF WITHIN 10' 3' 2' VENTING SYSTEM FOR SINGLE APPLIANCES NOT LESS THAN THE AREA OF THE APPLIANCE FLUE COLLAR OR DRAFT HOOD NOT GREATER THAN 7 TIMES THE AREA OF THE DRAFT HOOD OUTLET PG. 47 10.2.5 PG. 48 IO.5.2.I PG. 48 10.5.3 - 2 PG 4

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COMMON GAS VENTED APPLIANCES THE AREA OF THE LARGEST VENT CONNECTOR PLUS 50% OF THE AREA OF ADDITIONAL VENTS NOT MORE THAN 4 GAS VENTS WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE INSPECTOR AND THE GAS SUPPLIER PG. 48 5.3.1 - 3 PG 5

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VENTILATING HOODS EQUIPPED WITH A POWER MEANS OF EXHAUST SHALL BE EQUIPPED WITH A METHOD TO ALLOW THE FLOW OF GAS TO THE MAIN BURNERS ONLY WHEN THE EXHAUST IS WORKING PG. 47 10. 3. 5. 2 8 6 4 A = 8 SQ. = 64 6 SQ. = 36 18 4 SQ. = 16 8 90 90 SQ. RT. = 9 + OR IO IN. PG 6

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GAS VENTS SHALL NOT BE CONNECTED TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING SOLID FUELS (WOOD) THE REMAINING SPACE AROUND A CHIMNEY LINER SHALL NOT BE USED TO SUPPORT COMBUSTION GAS VENT TERMINATION FOR LISTED CAPS 12'' OR LESS SHALL BE AT LEAST 8' FROM A VERTICAL WALL 2' 8' PG. 49 10.5.5.I PG. 50 10.5.8.1 PG. 50 10.6.2 PG 7

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VENT CONNECTORS SERVING EQUIPMENT VENTED BY NATURAL DRAFT SHALL NOT BE CONNECTED INTO ANY PART OF A MECHANICAL SYSTEM WHEN A MECHANICAL DRAFT SYSTEM IS USED PROVISIONS SHALL BE MADE TO PREVENT THE FLOW OF GAS TO THE MAIN BURNERS IF THE DRAFT SYSTEM FAILS PG. 47 10. 3. 4. 4 PG. 47 1O. 3. 4. 4 CHIMNEYS FOR MEDIUM HEAT EQUIPMENT SHALL EXTEND 10 FT. HIGHER THAN ANY PORTION OF THE BUILDING WITHIN 25 FT. PG. 48 10. 5. 2. 2 PG 8

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A CHIMNEY SHALL EXTEND AT LEAST 5 FT. ABOVE THE HIGHEST DRAFT HOOD OUTLET OR FLUE COLLAR PG. 48 10. 5. 2. 3 A VENT CONNECTOR SHALL NOT BE CONNECTED TO A CHIMINEY FLUE SERVING A FIREPLACE UNLESS THE FIRE PLACE DAMPER HAS BEEN SEALED PG. 55 10. 12. 7 THE MINIMUM PITCH ON A HORIZONTAL GAS VENT CONNECTOR IS ¼ IN. PER FT PG. 54 10. 10. 8 PG 9

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2 VENTS ENTER A CHIMNEY AT DIFFERENT LEVELS; THE SMALLER VENT ENTERS AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL A DRAFT HOOD SHALL BE IN - STALLED IN THE SAME ROOM AS THE EQUIPMENT 6'' 1/4'' PER FT. 36' 26' 8' HIGH HOW MANY BTU? BASEMENT 50 CU. FT. FOR EVERY 1 000 BTU = 26' X 36' = 936 SQ. FT. X 8' = 7489 CU. FT. 7489 DIV. BY 50 = 149.73 149.73 CU.FT. X 1 000 = 149 730 BTU PG. 50 10.6.2 - A PG. 55 1O.12.7 PG. 54 1O.10 4.1 PG. 54 10.10.8 PG 10 FIG. 1 FIG. 2 FIG. 3

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ALL AIR FROM OUTSIDE GAS GAS BOIL W H 1 SQ. IN. FOR EVERY 4000 BTU 12’’ 12’’ ALL AIR FROM OUTSIDE GAS GAS BOIL W H 1 SQ. IN. FOR EVERY 2000 BTU 12’’ 12’’ HORIZONTAL DUCTS 8331 1 8331 2 ALL AIR FROM INSIDE GAS GAS BOIL W H 1 SQ. IN. FOR EVERY 1000 BTU 12’’ 12’’ 8323 1 PG 11

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SIGNAGE A METAL OR PLASTIC IDENTIFICATION PLATE SHALL BE PERMANENTLY MOUNTED TO THE EXTERIOR OF THE BUILDING AT A MINIMUM HEIGHT OF 8 FT. ABOVE GRADE DIRECTLY IN LINE WITH THE EXHAUST VENT TERMINAL FOR THE HORIZONTALLY VENTED GAS FUELED HEATING OR EQUIPMENT. THE SIGN SHALL BE PRINTED IN LETTERS NOT LESS THAN ½’’ IN SIZE GAS MODS. 5.08 3 PG 12 THE SIGN SHALL NOT BE REQUIRED ON DIRECT VENT TERMINATIONS OVER 7 FT.

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PG 13 FIG. 1

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PG 14 FIG. 2 10 FT.

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PG 17 EXAMPLE OF AN AIR BREAK

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PG 20 FIRE PLACE WATER HEATER FURNACE

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You have completed this part of the course. The next part is CSST. 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. Once you have pressed the “Esc” key and are out of fullscreen mode, please click the link below to continue: Continuing Education Session 1 - CSST

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