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The teal colored states below have adopted the International

Plumbing Code. If you are seeking a license in any of these


states, then this course is for you

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN WITH OUR GUIDE

CALCULATING FIXTURE REQUIREMENTS


WATER DISTRIBUTION SIZING AND DESIGN (using friction charts)
PLUMBING SYMBOLS AND ISOMETRICS
PROPERTIES OF WATER
SANITARY DRAIN SIZING
VENT SIZING
STORM DRAINAGE SIZING
SEPTIC TANK AND DRAIN FIELD SIZING
CALCULATING COMBUSTION AIR REQUIREMENTS
GAS PIPE SIZING
GAS APPLIANCE VENTING
BUSINESS ACCOUNTING
BUSINESS MATH CALCULATIONS
DEFINITIONS WITH ILLUSTRATIONS
PLUS- Get a 150 question practice exam with references and
explanations

Below Is a sample of what you may encounter on the exam.


Our course will prepare you to answer them confidently
1. Calculate the pressure loss of 376 feet of 1" water pipe @ 5 feet
per second

2. What is the weight of water in a 60' x 4" diameter pipe?

3. When installing a naturally vented 40,000 BTUH gas water heater,


with an 9 foot high B vent with 5 foot lateral, What is the minimum
vent diameter?

4. If you purchase a fixture for $1000 and wish to make 30% profit;
what would your selling price be? Hint: the answer is not $1300

5. Size each drain/vent in this isometric:

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Students who use my course have a higher
passing rate than students who take a classroom
WHY?
Because people who READ the material retain
much more than people whom are TOLD the
material, and the Guide is always next to them
for reference or as a last minute refresher. In
classroom courses, one of the most common
statements made during breaks is “I think I’ll
understand this stuff better once I get home and
look over my notes” (Translated; “ I don’t have
any idea what he’s talking about, and I’ve only
got 1/2 page of notes.”).

What our customers have to say


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