Plumber's Licensing Study Guide / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Fully updated to reflect the 2006 International Plumbing Code, the Second Edition of Plumber's Licensing Study Guide is a one-of-a-kind study tool that builds your skills, knowledge, and confidence with over 1500 multiple-choice and true/false questions with answers—all based on material most likely to be on your exam.
This career-building resource explains every relevant code topic, presenting a wealth of study tips, calculations, conversion tables, and troubleshooting pointers. Packed with detailed illustrations, the revised Plumber's Licensing Study Guide features:
- Over 300 visual references showing how to use illustrations found
in your local codebook to answer exam questions
- Comprehensive coverage of all code topics
- References updated to reflect the 2006
International Plumbing Code
Master All Material Covered on the Plumber's Licensing Exam
• Abbreviations • Code Definitions • General Regulations • Regulations, Permits, and Code Enforcement • Fixtures • Water Heaters • Approved Materials • Water Supply and Distribution • Joints and Connections • Vents and Venting • Sanitary Drainage Systems • Drainage Cleanout Requirements • Supports and Hangers • Traps, Interceptors, and Separators • Storm Drainage • Special Piping Systems • Reference Standards • Rainfall Rates • Recycling Gray Water • Mathematics • Degree Days • Trailer Parks • Manufactured Homes and Parks • Health Care Plumbing • Testing and Inspecting • Study Tips • Troubleshooting • Safety Pointers • Facts, Figures, Calculations, and Conversions
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Companies, The|
|Product dimensions:||8.42(w) x 10.92(h) x 0.57(d)|
About the Author
Dodge Woodson A Master Plumber and a Master Gasfitter with over 25 years in the plumbing business. R. Dodge Woodson (Brunswick, Maine) has owned and operated plumbing and construction companies in Virginia and Maine and served as Adjunct faculty for the Central Maine Technical College where he taught code classes and apprenticeship classes. He has numerous books in print.
Table of Contents
IntroductionChapter 1: DefinitionsChapter 2: Administrative Policies and ProceduresChapter 3: General RegulationsChapter 4: FixturesChapter 5: Water HeatersChapter 6: Water Supply and DistributionChapter 7: Sanitary Drainage SystemsChapter 8: Indirect and Special WastesChapter 9: VentsChapter 10: Traps, Clean-Outs, and InterceptorsChapter 11: Storm DrainageChapter 12: Special Piping and Storage SystemsChapter 13: Recycling Gray WaterChapter 14: Referenced StandardsChapter 15: Rainfall RatesChapter 16: Degree Days and Design TemperaturesChapter 17: Evaluating Sites and Their RequirementsChapter 18: MaterialsChapter 19: Sizing and Installing Soil Absorption SystemsChapter 20: Pressure Distribution SystemsChapter 21: TanksChapter 22: Mound SystemsChapter 23: Study TipsChapter 24: TroubleshootingChapter 25: Safety Pointers
APPENDIX A: FACTS, FIGURES, CALCULATIONS AND CONVERSIONS