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Plumbing Systems: CH 39

(C.M.M. & T) Text bookBy: Garcia-Ramirez

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Learning Objectives:

Relate plumbing codes to plumbing system DesignUnderstand the types of piping, tubing, and fittings used on Plumbing SystemBe knowledgeable about the sources of potable water and its’s distribution.Understand the components of sanitary piping systems.

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Key Terms:

Air Gap.Portable (drinkable water)Instantaneous Water Heater.Riser.Branch Soil Pipe.Composting ToiletInterceptor.Sanitary Piping.Build Drain. Drainage, Waste, and Vent Installations (DWV). Non- Portable Water .Sanitary Sewer.Build Sewer.Fixture UnitOakum. Scupper. Cleanout.Gray Water.Plumbing Chase. Soil Stak.Valve.Vent Pipe.Waste Pipe. Gas

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Plumbing System is Composed of two Separate Subsystems:

1.Potable Water- Drinkable(freshwater)

2.Non-Potable Water

Non

- Drinkable

(wastewater)

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Plumbing Codes:

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Potable Water Supply- City:Sample

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Potable Water Distribution Systems at Home:

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Plumbing Distribution – Residential House.

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Plumbing Plan

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Brac System Works

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Brac System

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Gas Distribution Systems:

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Piping, Tubing, and Fittings

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Valves:

Controls the flow of water,

oil, gas or chemicals

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How valves are used?

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Traps: ex:Lavatories: PTubs: Drum

“Vent pipe keeps the water in the

trap

of the fixture under atmospheric pressure,

illuminates the chance of

its being siphoned out when another fixture is being used.”

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Residential Sanitary Piping:

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Multistory Building Sanitary Piping System:

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Multistory Building- Systems

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Non-Potable Water Systems:

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Roof Drainage-& Water Heating-


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