Synopses & Reviews
With an emphasis on design and installation for optimum performance, the 2009 International Plumbing Code sets forth established requirements for plumbing systems. This important reference guide includes provisions for fixtures, piping, fittings, and devices, as well as design and installation methods for water supply, sanitary drainage, and storm drainage. New to the 2009 edition of the code is the inclusion of the 2009 International Private Sewage Disposal Code, a companion guide that offers additional provisions for the design, installation, and inspection of private sewage disposal systems. Using both prescriptive- and performance-related specifications, this code provides comprehensive minimum regulations for a variety of plumbing facilities, facilitating the design and acceptance of new and innovative products, materials, and systems.
International Code CouncilÂ's publishing partnership with Delmar has made available to all involved in building design, construction, code analysis and application the highest quality technical code support publications by expert authors and educators. The Delmar and Code Council co-publishing and distribution partnership extends the reach of our joint efforts into hands of those who need the best information on time. -Hamid Naderi, P.E., CBO, Vice President - Product Development, International Code Council, Inc.
The 2006 International Plumbing Code?addresses the design and installation of plumbing systems through requirements that emphasize performance. Provisions are provided for fixtures, piping, fittings, and devices, as well as design and installation methods for water supply, sanitary drainage, and storm drainage. The code provides comprehensive minimum regulations for plumbing facilities using prescriptive- and performance-related provisions. The objectives of the code provide for the acceptance of new and innovative products, materials, and systems.
About the Author
ICC is a leading organization dedicated to developing a single set of comprehensive and coordinated national model construction codes. 48 states have adopted various International Codes from ICC.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Administration. Chapter 2 Definitions. Chapter 3 General Regulations. Chapter 4 Fixtures, Faucets and Fixture Fittings. Chapter 5 Water Heaters. Chapter 6 Water Supply and Distribution. Chapter 7 Sanitary Drainage. Chapter 8 Indirect/SpecialWaste. Chapter 9 Vents. Chapter 10 Traps, Interceptors and Separators. Chapter 11 Storm Drainage. Chapter 12 Special Piping and Storage Systems. Chapter 13 Referenced Standards.