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      Plumbing 301

      ISBN 13: 9781418065348

      ISBN 10: 141806534X

      Author: PHCC Educational Foundation

      Pages: 480

      Published: 07/31/2007

      Price: $96.95 Add to cart

      eBook Price: $76.57 Add to cart

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      Designed for the third-year plumbing apprentice, Plumbing 301 uses a straightforward, clear writing style and the most current plumbing and gas code references to deliver the "need-to-know" information for both commercial and residential plumbers. Coverage begins with basic installation practices, and progresses to include blueprint reading, the National Fuel Gas Code, surveying instruments, and special chapters devoted to connections to the math and science of plumbing. Discussions of water heaters, water treatment, trench safety, and electrical controls and wiring have been added to round out the thorough coverage. With two chapters on preplanning and electrical controls, this book will give readers the tools they need to be successful as they continue their journey into the plumbing industry.

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      • detailed illustrations provide accurate visualizations of tools, structures, and concepts seen in the field
      • additional examples and sidebars provide interesting additions to the core material, making the book easy to read
      • up-to-date code references give readers confidence that they are armed with the most current information and skills that can be applied immediately on-the-job
      Author Bio
      PHCC Educational Foundation
      The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association (PHCC) Educational Foundation was founded in 1987 by a partnership of contractors, manufacturers, and wholesalers. Its mission is to provide workforce development, management education, and technical training to advance the growth and career success of those employed in the plumbing and HVACR industry.
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      Table of Contents
      Chapter 1: Pre-planning, Productivity and Profitability

      Chapter 2: Residential Fixtures and Appliances

      Chapter 3: Commercial, Industrial and Institutional Fixtures and Appliances

      Chapter 4: Installation Methods

      Chapter 5: Fixture Fittings and Trim

      Chapter 6: Trim Installation

      Chapter 7: Blueprints and Specifications

      Chapter 8: Drawing Types, Floor Plans and Site Plans

      Chapter 9: Structural, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC and Detail Plans

      Chapter 10: National Fuel Gas Code, Materials and Types of Fuel Gases

      Chapter 11: Fuel Gas Pipe Sizing

      Chapter 12: Fuel Gas Piping, Fittings and Connections

      Chapter 13: Gas Appliances, Regulators, Meters and Appliance Controls

      Chapter 14: Fuel Gas Piping Corrosion and Corrosion Protections

      Chapter 15: Vents for Category I Appliances

      Chapter 16: Gas Combustion and Controls

      Chapter 17: Study of Local Fuel Gas Code

      Chapter 18: Level and Transit, Elevations and Grade

      Chapter 19: Builders Level

      Chapter 20: Builders Transit

      Chapter 21: Offsets

      Chapter 22: Tank Capacities, Volume and Weight of Water

      Chapter 23: Ratios and Proportions

      Chapter 24: Storm Drainage and Sizing Storm Drains

      Chapter 25: Energy and Temperature, Piping Expansion, Heat Transfer, Insulation, Humidity and Condensation

      Chapter 26: Water Treatment

      Chapter 27: Heat Transfer in Water Heaters - Solar, Stratification, Multiple Heaters and Recirculation

      Chapter 28: Basic Electricity, Electric Current and Electric Motors

      Chapter 29: Electric Circuits, Circuit Protection and Electrical Safety

      Chapter 30: Electric Circuit Troubleshooting

      Chapter 31: Control Wiring