SOE 112 - Plumbing 2
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: SOE 103
This course is a continuation of Plumbing 1 and is designed to provide training in the more advanced areas of plumbing design and installation in commercial/industrial settings. The training includes more advanced applications using the tools, materials, fixtures, and practices commonly used in the plumbing trade.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Define and explain One-Store, One-Family Dwelling, Two-Story, Duplex residence, Multifamily Dwelling, Two-Story Industrial Building Bathroom Piping and Two-Story Office Building Bathroom Piping.
- Discuss the types of Traps, Prohibited Traps and Trap Seal Loss.
- Calculate available water pressure, fixture demand, type and length of piping, height of building, flow pressure needed at top floor and sizing water supply piping.
- Explain back-flow, cross connections, back-flow prevention devices and cross connection control programs.
- Identify water closets, urinals, lavatories, bathtubs, showers, bidets, kitchen sinks, food waste disposers. domestic dishwashers, laundry trays, clothes washer outlet boxes, floor drains, drinking fountains, water coolers, service sinks, mop basins, water softeners, water filters, water heaters, plumbing fixture and appliance installation.
- Complete plumbing system tests, building sewer tests, water service tests, sanitary drainage and vent piping tests, storm water drainage piping tests, portable water supply and distribution piping, air tests, final air tests, and plumbing test procedures.
- Discuss prints, specifications, tough-in sheets, plumbing permits, building sewer and water service installation , roughing -in finishing, final air test and final cleanup.
- Sizing Sanitary Drainage and Vent Piping
- Plumbing Traps
- Sizing Water Supply Piping
- Protecting the Potable Water Supply
- Plumbing Fixtures and Appliances
- Testing and Inspecting Plumbing Systems
- Plumbing a House
Supplementary Materials such as study guides, workbooks, CD, videos, handouts, library resources.
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 05/14/2007
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