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2003 International Plumbing Code@ First Printing: February 2003 Second Printing: May 2003 Third Printing: March 2004 ISBN # 1-892395-62-2 (soft-cover edition) ISBN # 1-892395-61-4 (loose-leaf edition) ISBN # 1-892395-84-3 (e-document) COPYRIGHT@2003 by INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL, INC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED This 2003 International Plumbing Code@ is a copyrighted work owned by the International Code Council, Inc Without advance written permission from the copyright owner, no part of this book may be reproduced, distributed,or transmitted in any form or by any means, including, without limitation,electronic,optical or mechanical means (by way of example, and not limitation, photocopying, or recording by or in an information storage retrieval system) For information on permission to copy material exceeding fair use, please contact: Publications, 4051 West Flossmoor Road, Country Club Hills, IL 60478-5795 (Phone 800-214-4321) Trademarks: "International Code Council," the "International Code Council" logo and the "International Plumbing Code" are trademarks of the International Code Council, Inc PRINTED IN THE U.S.A Introduction Internationally,code officials recognize the need for a modern, up-to-date plumbing code addressing the design and installationof plumbing systems through requirements emphasizing performance The International Plumbing Cod&, in this 2003 edition, is designed to meet these needs through model code regulations that safeguard the public health and safety in all communities, large and small This comprehensive plumbing code establishes minimum regulations for plumbing systems using prescriptive and performance-related provisions It is founded on broad-based principles that make possible the use of new materials and new plumbing designs This 2003 edition is fully compatible with all the International Codes ("I-Codes") published by the International Code Council (ICC), including the International Building Code, ICC Electrical Code, International Energy Conservation Code, International Existing Building Code, International Fire Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Mechanical Code, ICC Performance Code, International Private Sewage Disposal Code, International Property Maintenance Code, International Residential Code, International Urban- Wildland Interface Code and International Zoning Code The International Plumbing Code provisions provide many benefits, among which is the model code development process that offers an international forum for plumbing professionals to discuss performance and prescriptive code requirements This forum provides an excellent arena to debate proposed revisions This model code also encourages international consistency in the application of provisions Development The first edition of the International Plumbing Code (1995) was the culmination of an effort initiated in 1994 by a development committee appointed by the ICC and consisting of representatives ofthe three statuto~ymembers of the InternationalCode Council: Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc (BOCA), International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) and Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI) The intent was to draft a comprehensive set of regulations for plumbing systems consistent with and inclusive of the scope of the existing model codes Technical content of the latest model codes promulgated by BOCA, ICBO and SBCCI was utilized as the basis for the development This 2003 edition presents the code as originally issued, with changes approved through the ICC Code Development Process through 2002 A new edition such as this is promulgated every three years With the development and publication of the family of International Codes in 2000, the continued development and maintenance of the model codes individually promulgated by BOCA ("BOCA National Codes"), ICBO ("Uniform Codes") and SBCCI ("Standard Codes") was discontinued This 2003 International Plumbing Code, as well as its predecessor-the 2000 edition-is intended to be the successor plumbing code to those codes previously developed by BOCA, ICBO and SBCCI The development of a single set of comprehensive and coordinated International Codes was a significant milestone in the developmentofregulations for the built environment.The timing of this publication mirrors a milestone in the change in structure of the model codes, namely, the pending Consolidation of BOCA, ICBO and SBCCI into the ICC The activities and services previously provided by the individual model code organizations will be the responsibility of the Consolidated ICC This code is founded on principles intended to establish provisions consistent with the scope of a plumbing code that adequately protects public health, safety and welfare; provisions that not unnecessarily increase construction costs; provisions that not restrict the use of new materials, products or methods of construction; and provisions that not give preferential treatment to particular types or classes of materials, products or methods of construction Adoption The International Plumbing Code is available for adoption and use by jurisdictions internationally Its use w i t h a governmental jurisdiction is intended to be accomplished through adoption by reference in accordance with proceedings establishing the jurisdiction's laws At the time of adoption,jurisdictions should insert the appropriate information in provisions requiring specific local information, such as the name of the adoptingjurisdiction These locations are shown in bracketed words in small capital letters in the code and in the sample ordinance The sample adoption ordinance on page v addresses several key elements of a code adoption ordinance, including the information required for insertion into the code text Maintenance The International Plumbing Code is kept up to date through the review of proposed changes subrnittedby code enforcing officials, industry representatives, design professionals and other interested parties Proposed changes are carefully considered through an open code development process in which all interested and affected parties may participate The contents of this work are subject to change both through the Code Development Cycles and the governmental body that enacts the code into law For more information regarding the code development process, contact the Code and Standard Development Department of the International Code Council 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ 111 While the development procedure of the International Plumbing Code assures the highest degree of care, ICC and the founding members of ICC-BOCA, ICBO, SBCCI-their members and those participating in the development ofthis code not accept any liability resulting from compliance or noncompliance with the provisions because ICC and its founding members not have the power or authority to police or enforce compliance with the contents of this code Only the governmental body that enacts the code into law has such authority Letter Designations in Front of Section Numbers In each code development cycle, proposed changes to this code are considered at the Code Development Hearing by the International Plumbing Code Development Committee, whose action constitutes a recommendation to the voting membership for final action on the proposed change Proposed changes to a code section whose number begins with a letter in brackets are consideredby a different code development committee For instance, proposed changes to code sections which have the letter [B] in front (for example, [B]309.2), are considered by the International Building Code Development Committee at the Code Development Hearing Where this designation is applicable to the entire content of a main section of the code, the designation appears at the main section number and title and is not repeated at every subsection in that section The content of sections in this code which begin with a letter designation are maintained by another code developmentcom- mittee in accordance with the following: PI= International Building Code Development Committee; [El = International Energy Conservation Code Development Committee; [EB] = International Existing Building Code Developmeilt Committee; [F] = International Fire Code Development Committee Marginal Markings Solid vertical lines in the margins within the body of the code indicate a technical change from the requirements of the 2000 edition Deletion indicators (+) are provided in the margin where a paragraph or item has been deleted 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ ORDINANCE The International Codes are designed and promulgated to be adopted by reference by ordinance Jurisdictions wishing to adopt the 2003 International Plumbing Code as an enforceable regulation governing plumbing systems should ensure that certain factual information is included in the adopting ordinance at the time adoption is being considered by the appropriate governmental body The following sample adoption ordinance addresses several key elements of a code adoption ordinance, including the information required for insertion into the code text SAMPLE ORDINANCE FOR ADOPTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE ORDINANCE NO An ordinance of the [JURISDICTION] adopting the 2003 edition of the International Plumbin Code, regulating and governing the design, construction, quality of materials, erection, installation, alteration, repair, location, refocation, replacement, addition to, use or maintenance of plumbing systems in the [JURISDICTION]; providing for the issuance of emits and collection of fees therefor; repealing Ordinance No ofthe [JURISDICTION] and all other ordinances and parts o the ordinances in conflict therewith The [GOVERNING BODY] of the [JURISDICTION] does ordain as follows: Section 1.That a certain document, three (3) copies of whch are on file in the office of the [TITLE OF JURISDICTION'S KEEPER OF RECORDS] of [NAME OF JURISDICTION] , being marked and designated as the International Plumbing Code, 2003 edition, including Appendix Chapters [FILL IN THE APPENDIX CHAPTERS BEING ADOPTED], as ublished by the International Code Council, be and is hereby adopted as the Plumbing Code of the [JURISDICTION], in the State o [STATE NAME] regulating and governing the design, F construction, quality of materials, erection, installation, alteration, repair, location, relocation, replacement, addition to, use or maintenance of plumbing systems as herein provided; providing for the issuance of permits and collection of fees therefor; and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions and terms of said Plumbing Code on file in the office of the [JURI~DICTION] are hereby referred to, adopted, and made a part hereof, as if fully set out in this ordinance, with the additions, insertions, deletions and changes, if any, prescribed in Section of this ordinance Section 2.The following sections are hereby revised: Section 101.1 Insert: [NAME OF JURISDICTION] Section 106.6.2 Insert: [APPROPRIATE SCHEDULE] Section 106.6.3 Insert: [PERCENTAGES IN TWO LOCATIONS] Section 108.4 Insert: [OFFENSE, DOLLAR AMOUNT, NUMBER OF DAYS] Section 108.5 Insert: [DOLLAR AMOUNT IN TWO LOCATIONS] Section 305.6.1 Insert: [NUMBER OF INCHES IN TWO LOCATIONS] Section 904.1 Insert: [NUMBER OF INCHES] Section 3.That Ordinance No of [JURISDICTION] entitled [FILL IN HERE THE COMPLETE TITLE OF THE ORDINANCE OR ORDINANCES IN EFFECT ATTHE PRESENT TIME SO THATTHEY WILL BE REPEALEDBY DEFINITE MENTION] and all other ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Section 4.That if any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is, for any reason, held to be unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance The [GOVERNINGBODY]hereby declares that it would have passed this ordinance, and each section, subsection, clause or phrase thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses and phrases be declared unconstitutional Section 5.That nothing in this ordinance or in the Plumbing Code hereby adopted shall be construed to affect any suit or proceeding impending in any court, or any rights acquired, or liability incurred, or any cause or causes of action acquired or existing, under any act or ordinance hereby repealed as cited in Section of this ordinance; nor shall any just or legal right or remedy of any character be lost, impaired or affected by this ordinance Section 6.That the [JURISDICTION'S KEEPER OF RECORDS] is hereby ordered and directed to cause this ordinance to be published (An additional provision may be required to direct the number of times the ordinance is to be published and to specify that it is to be in a newspaper in general circulation Posting may also be required.) Section 7.That this ordinance and the rules, regulations, provisions, requirements, orders and matters established and adopted hereby shall take effect and be in full force and effect ITIME PERIOD] from and after the date of its final passage and adoption 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ v TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ADMINISTRATION Section 101 General 102 Applicability 103 Department of Plumbing Inspection 104 Duties and Powers of the Code Official 105 Approval 106 Permits 107 Inspections and Testing 108 Violations 109 Means of Appeal CHAPTER DEFINITIONS Section 201 General 202 General Definitions CHAPTER GENERAL REGULATIONS 17 Section 301 General 17 302 Exclusion of Materials Detrimental to the Sewer System 17 303 Materials 17 304 Rodentproofing 17 Protection of Pipes and Plumbing 305 System Components 18 306 Trenching Excavation and Backfill 18 307 Structural Safety 19 308 Piping Support 19 309 Flood Hazard Resistance 20 Washroom and Toilet Room 10 Requirements 20 Toilet Facilities for Workers 21 31 12 Tests and Inspections 21 313 Equipment Efficiencies 22 14 Condensate Disposal 22 CHAPTER FIXTURES FAUCETS AND FIXTURE 23 FITTINGS Section 401 General 23 402 Fixture Materials 23 403 Minimum Plumbing Facilities 23 404 Accessible Plumbing Facilities 26 405 Installation Of Fixtures 26 406 Automatic Clothes Washers 27 407 Bathtubs 27 408 Bidets 27 409 Dishwashing Machines 28 41 Drinking Fountains 28 Emergency Showers and Eyewash 41 Stations 28 12 Floor and Trench Drains 28 413 Food Waste Grinder Units 28 41 Garbage Can Washers 28 415 Laundry Trays 28 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ 416 417 418 41 g 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 Lavatories 28 Showers 29 Sinks 29 Urinals 29 Water Closets 30 Whirlpool Bathtubs 30 Health Care Fixtures and Equipment 30 Specialty Plumbing Fixtures 31 Faucets and Other Fixture Fittings 31 Flushing Devices for Water Closets and Urinals 31 Manual Food and Beverage Dispensing Equipment 32 Floor Slnks 32 CHAPTER WATER HEATERS 33 Section 501 General 33 502 Installation 33 503 Connections 33 504 Safety Devices 33 505 Insulation 34 CHAPTER WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION 35 Section 601 General 35 602 Water Required 35 603 Water Service 35 Design of Building Water Distribution 604 System 36 605 Materials, Joints and Connections 37 Installation of the Building Water 606 Distribution System 41 607 Hot Water Supply System 43 Protection of Potable Water Supply 43 608 Health Care Plumbing 48 609 Disinfection of Potable Water System 48 610 61 Drinking Water Treatment Units 49 612 Solar Systems 49 613 Temperature Control Devices and Valves 49 CHAPTER SANITARY DRAINAGE 51 Section 701 General 51 702 Materials 51 703 Building Sewer 53 704 Drainage Piping Installation 53 705 Joints 53 706 Connections between Drainage Piping and Fittings 56 707 Prohibited Joints and Connections 56 708 Cleanouts 56 709 Fixture Units 57 710 Drainage System Sizing 59 711 Offsets in Drainage Piping in Buildings of Five Stories or More 59 712 713 14 715 Sumps and Ejectors Health Care Plumbing Computerized Drainage Design Backwater Valves 59 61 62 63 CHAPTER INDIRECTISPECIAL WASTE 65 Section 801 General 802 Indirect Wastes 803 Special Wastes 804 Materials Joints and Connections CHAPTER9 VENTS 65 65 66 66 67 Section 901 General 67 902 Materials 67 903 Vent Stacks and Stack Vents 67 904 Vent Terminals 67 905 Vent Connections and Grades 68 906 Fixture Vents 68 907 Individual Vent 68 908 Common Vent 68 909 Wet Venting 68 Waste Stack Vent 69 10 911 Circuit Venting 69 912 Combination Drain And Vent System 70 913 Island Fixture Venting 70 914 Relief Vents-Stacks of More Than 10 Branch Intervals 70 15 Vents for Stack Offsets 71 916 Vent Pipe Sizing 71 917 Air Admittance Valves 72 91 Engineered Vent Systems 73 919 Computerized Vent Design 74 CHAPTER 12 SPECIAL PIPING AND STORAGE SYSTEMS 89 Section 1201 General 89 1202 Medical Gases 89 1203 Oxygen Systems 89 CHAPTER 13 REFERENCED STANDARDS APPENDIX A PLUMBING PERMIT FEE SCHEDULE Permit Issuance Unit Fee Schedule Other Inspections and Fees 99 75 Section 1001 General 75 1002 Trap Requirements 75 1003 Interceptors and Separators 75 1004 Materials Joints and Connections 77 CHAPTER 11 STORM DRAINAGE 99 99 99 APPENDIX B RATES OF RAINFALL FOR VARIOUS CITIES 101 APPENDIX C GRAY WATER RECYCLING SYSTEMS 103 Section ClOl Gray Water Recycling Systems 103 APPENDIX D DEGREE DAY AND DESIGN TEMPERATURES 105 APPENDIX E SIZING OF WATER PIPING SYSTEM 111 Section El01 General 109 El02 Information Required 109 El 03 Selection of Pipe Size 109 E201 Selection of Pipe Size 128 APPENDIX P STRUCTURAL SAFETY CHAPTER 10 TRAPS INTERCEPTORS AND SEPARATORS 91 131 Section FlOl Cutting Notching and Boring in Wood Members 131 133 135 APPENDIX G VACUUM DRAINAGE SYSTEM INDEX 79 Section 1I01 General 79 1102 Materials 79 1103 Traps 80 1104 Conductors and Connections 80 1105 Roof Drains 80 1106 Size of Conductors Leaders and Storm Drains 80 1107 Secondary (Emergency) Roof Drains 87 1108 Combined Sanitary and Storm System 88 1109 Values for Continuous Flow 88 1110 Controlled Flow Roof Drain Systems 88 1111 Subsoil Drains 88 1112 Building Subdrains 88 1113 Sumps and Pumping Systems 88 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ CHAPTER ADMINISTRATEON I I SECTION 101 GENERAL 101.1 TitIe These regulations shall be h o w as the I n t m a sional Plumbing Code of ~ A M EOF JURlSDICTIONj hereinafter referred to as '%is code." 1012 Soope The provisions of this code shall apply to the erection, installation, alteration, repairs, re location, replacement, addition to, use or maintenance of plumbing system within this jmkdiciiaa T ~ code s shall also regulate nonflammable medical gas, inhalation anesthetic, vacuum piping, nonmedical o x y p systems and sanitary and condensate vacuum collection systems The installation of fuel gas &s~butionpiping and equipmen5 fuel gas-fired water heaters and water heater ventins systems shall be regulated by the Inzematioml Fuel Gas Code Provisions in the appendices shall not apply unIess specifically adopted Exceptions: I Detached one-and two-family dwellings andmultiple single-family dwellings (townhouses) not more than three stories high with separate means of egress and their accessory structures shall compIy with the Inrernational Residential Code Plumbing systems in existing buildings undergoing repair, alteration, or additions, and change of occupancy shall be permitted to comply with the JntarnationaI Exisfing Building W e 101.3 Intent The purpose of this code is to provide minimum standards to safeguard H e or Gmb, health, property and public welfare by regulating and contr~Uingthe desim, construction, installation, quality of materials, location, operation and mainpenance or use of plumbing equipment and systems 101.4 Severability If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase of this code is for any reason held to be uncwshtutiwal, such decision shall not affect the validity of theremaini q portions of this code or safeguards requixed by tbis code shaIl be maintained in compliance with the code edition under which they were installed TIE owner or the owner's designated agent shall be respensible for maintenance of pIumbing system To determine compliance with b s provision,the code offEicial shalt have the authority m requie any plumbing system to be reinspected FBI 102AAdditions, alterations or repairs Additions, alterations, renovations or repairs to any p1mbing system shall conform ta that required for a new plumbing system without requirlng the existing plumbing system to comply with all the requirements of this code Addtiom, alterahons or repam shall not cause an exishg system to become unsafe, insanitary or overloaded Minor additions, alterations, renovations and repairs to existing plumbing systems shall be permitted in the same manner and arrangement as in the existing system, provided that such repairs or replacement are not hazardous and are approved FBI 102.5 Change in occupancy.It shall be unlawful to make any change in the occupancy of any smtcture that will subject the structure to any special provisiw of this code without approval of the code oficial T%e code officiaI sMI certify that such structure meets the intent of the provisions of law govmins building construction for the proposed new occupancy and that such change of occupancy does not result in any hazard to the public health, safety or welfare FBI 102.6 Historic buildings The provisions ofthis code relating to the comnstruction, alteration, repair, enlargement,restoration, relocation or moving ofbuildings or shctures shall not be mandatory for existingbuildirgs or structures identified and classified by the state or localjmisdictionas hstoric buildings when such buildings or Scsucttues =judged by the code ofticia1 to be safe and in the public interest of health, safety and welfare regarding any proposed clrnstruction, alteration, repair, enlargement, restoration, relocation or moving of SECTION 102 APP LlCABILlTY 102.1 GeneraL The provisions of this code shalI apply to all matters affectingor relating to s t ~ ~ c t u r eas s , set forth i nSection 101 Where, in any specific case, dfferent sections of h s code specify different materials, methods of constructionor otbmrequirements, the most resbictive &all govern 102.2 Existing installations Plumbing systems lawfully in existence at the m e of the adaption of this code shalI be permitted to have their use and maintenance continued ifthe use, maintenance or repair is Ln accordancewith the o r i e a l design and no hazard to life, health or property is created by such plumbing system 3Mahtenance A11 plumbing systems, matmi& andap purtenances, both existing and new, and all parts thereof, shalI buildhgs be maintainedinpropex operating conditioninaccordancewith the original design in a safe and sanitary condition.A11 devices 2003 INfERNATlONAL PLUMBING CODE@ 102.7 Moved buildings, Except as detemined by Section 102.2, plumbing systems that are a part of buildings or structures moved into or w i t h the jurisdiction shall comply with the provisions of this code for new installations Referenced codes and standards The codes and standards referenced in this code shall be those that are listed in Chapter 13and such codes and standards shall be consideredas part of the requirementsof this code to the prescribed extent of each such reference, Where the differences occur between provisions of rhxs code and the referenced standards, the provisions of this codt shall be the minimum requirements 102.9 Requirements not covered by e d e Any requirements necessary for the strength, stability or proper operation of an existing or proposed plumbing system, or for the public safety, health and general welfare, not spifically covered by this code shall be determined by the code oficial I1 105.2 Alternative materials, methods and equipment The provisions of this code are not intended to prevent the installation of any material or to prohibit any method of construction not specfically prescribed by hs code, provided that any such alternative has been approved, An alternative material or metbod of consfmction shall be approved where the code 0%cia1 f - d sthat the proposed design is satisfactory and complies with the intent of the provisions of this code, and that the material method or work offered is, for the purpose intended, at Ieast the equivalent of that prescribed in this code in quality, srren,@, effectiveness, fire resistance, durability and safety 1053 Required testing Whenever there is insufficient evidence of compliance with the provisions of thls code, or evidence that a material or method does not conform to the requirements of this c d e , or in order to substantiate claims for alternate materials or methods,the code official shall have the authority to require tests as evidence of compliance to be made at no expense to the jurisdiction 1053.1 Test methods Test methods shall be as specified in this code or by other recopaized test standards In the absence of recognized and accepted test methds, the code official shall approve the testing procedures 105.3.2 Testing agency All tests @ o m d by an approved agency 10533 Test reports Reports of tests s W be retained by the code official for the period required for retention of public records 105.4 Alternative engineered design The design, documentarion, mspection, testing and approval of an altemiive engineered design plumbing system shall comply w ~ t hSections I05-4.1 through 105.4.6 105.4.1 Design criteria An alternative engineered design shall conform to the intent:ofthe provisions of this code and shall provide an equivalent level of quality, strength, effectiveness, fire resistance, durability and safety Material, equipment or components shall be designed and installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions 105.42 Submittal The registered design professional shall indicate on the permit application that the plumbing system is an alternative engineered design The permit and permanent permit records shalI indicate that an alternative engineered design was part of the approved installation 105.4.3 TechnicaI data The regstered design professional shall submit sufficienttechnical data to substantiate the pro- posed a l m t i v e engineered design and to prove that the performance mee&the intent of this code 105.4,4 ConshPction documents The registered design professional shall submit ro the code official two complete sets of sign& dsealed construction documents for the alternative e n$neered desi,p The construction d ocrunents shall include floor plans and a riser diagram of the work Where appropsiate, the consmction documents shall indicate the direction of flow, all pipe sizes, p d e of horizontal piping, loading,and location of fixtures and appliances 105.4.5 Design approval Where the code official determines t b t the alternative engineered design conform to the 20W INTERNATIONAL PLUMBlNG CODE@ intent ofthis code, the plumbing system shall be approved If t he alternative engindesign is not approved, the code official shall notify the registered design professionaf in writing, stating the reasons thereof105.4.6 Inspection and testing- Tbe altemativeengineered design shall be tested and inspected in accordance with the requrements of Sections I07 and 12 105.5 Material and equipment reuse Materials, equipment and devices shall not be reused unless such elements have been reconditioned, tested, pIaced in good and proper working condition and approved SECTION 106 PERMITS 106.1 When required Any owner, authoked agent or contractor who desires to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demol~~h or change the occupancy of a building or structure, or to erect, install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any plumbing system, the installation of which is regulated by h s code, or to cause any such work to be done, shall fixst make application to the code official nnd obtain the required permit for the work 1062 Exempt work The following work shaIl be exempt from the requirement for a permit: 1.The stopping of leaks in drains, water, soil, waste or went p lpe p rovided, however, that if any c oncealed trap, drainpipe, water, soiI, waste or vent pipe becomes defective and it becomes necessary to remove and replace the same with new material, such work shall be considered as new work and a permit shall be obtained and inspection made as provided in this code LThe clearing of stoppages or the repairing of leaks irr pipes, vaIves or fixtures, and the removaI and reinstallation of water closets, provided such repairs not involve or require the replacement or remnzement of valves, pipes or fixtures Exemption from the permit rerpkements ofthis c d e shall not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in vioIatiozl of the provisions of this code or any other laws orordinnnces of this jurisdiction 1.063Application for permit Each application for a pmii, with the required fee, shall be filed with the code officialon a form furnished for that purpose arid shall contain a genml description of the proposed work and its locatioa The application shaIl be signed by the owner or an authorizedagent The pennit application shall indicate the proposed occupancy of all parts of the building and of that portion of the site or lot, if any, not cwvered by the building or structure and shlI contain such other information required by the code official 1063.1 Construction documents Conshction documents, engineering caIculations, diagrams and other such data shaIl be submitted in two or more sets with each application for a permit The code official.shall:require construction documents, computations and specifications to be prepared and desiped by a repistered design professional when required by state law Construction documents shaIl be drawn to scaIe and shall be of sufficientclarity to indicate SIZING OF WATER PIPING SYSTEM SECTION E201 SELECTION OF PIPE SIZE E 201.1 Size of water-service mains, branch mains and risers The minimum size water service pipe shall be 3/4inch (19.1 rnrn) The size of water service mains, branch mains and risers shall be determined according to water supply demand [gpm (Llm)], available water pressure [psi (kPa)] and friction loss due to the water meter and developed length of pipe [feet (m)], including equivalent length of fittings The size of each water distribution system shall be determined according to the procedure outlined in this section or by other design methods conforming to acceptable engineering practice and approved by the code official: Supply load in the building water-distribution system shall be determined by total load on the pipe being sized, in terms of water-supply futture units (w.s.f.u.), as shown in Table E103.3(2) For fixtures not listed, choose a w.s.f.u value of a fixture with similar flow characteristics Obtain the minimum daily static service pressure [psi (kPa)] available (as determined by the local water authority) at the water meter or other source of supply at the installation location Adjust this minimum daily static pressure [psi (kPa)] for the following conditions: To determine the size of water service pipe, meter and main distribution pipe to the building using the appropriate table, follow down the selected "maximum developed length" column to a fixture unit equal to, or greater than the total installation demand calculated by using the "combined" water supply fixture unit column of Table E20 1.1 Read the water service pipe and meter sizes in the first left-hand column and the main distribution pipe to the building in the second left-hand column on the same row To determine the size of each water distribution pipe, start at the most remote outlet on each branch(either hot or cold branch) and, working back toward the main distribution pipe to the building, add up the water supply fixture unit demand passing through each segment of the distribution system using the related hot or cold column of Table E201.1 Knowing demand, the size of each segment shall be read from the second left-hand column of the same table and maximum developed length column selected in Steps and 2, under the same or next smaller size meter row In no case does the size of any branch or main need to be larger that the size of the main distribution pipe to the building established in Step 2.1 Determine the difference in elevation between the source of supply and the highest water supply outlet Where the hlghest water supply outlet is located above the source of supply, deduct 0.5 psi (3.4 kPa) for each foot (0.3 m) of difference in elevation Where the highest water supply outlet is located below the source of supply, add 0.5 psi (3.4 kPa) for each foot (0.3 m) of difference in elevation 2.2 Where a water pressure reducing valve is installed in the water distribution system, the minimum daily static water pressure available is 80 percent of the minimum daily static water pressure at the source of supply o r the s et pressure downstream o f t he pressure reducing valve, whichever is smaller 2.3 Deduct all pressure losses due to special equipment such as a backflow preventer, water filter and water softener Pressure loss data for each piece of equipment shall be obtained through the manufacturer of such devices 2.4 Deduct the pressure in excess of psi (55 kPa) due to installation of the special plumbing fixture, such as temperature controlled shower and flushometer tank water closet Using the resulting minimum available pressure, find the corresponding pressure range in Table E20 1.1 The maximum developed length for water piping is the actual length of pipe between the source of supply and the most remote fixture, including either hot (through the water heater) or cold water branches multiplied by a factor of 1.2 to compensate for pressure loss through fittings Select the appropriate column in Table E201.1 equal to or greater than the calculated maximum developed length 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ SIZING OF WATER PIPING SYSTEM TABLE E201.1 MINIMUM SIZE OF WATER METERS, MAINS AND DISTRIBUTION PIPING BASED ON WATER SUPPLY FIXTURE UNIT VALUES (w.s.f.u.) METER AND SERVICE PIPE (inches) DISTRIBUTION PIPE (inches) MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENT LENGTH (feet) 100 150 200 250 300 400 )I4 'lZa 2.5 1.5 1.5 1 0.5 0.5 0 '14 314 9.5 7.5 5.5 3.5 2.5 1.5 32 25 20 16.5 11 7.8 6.5 5.5 4.5 32 32 27 21 13.5 10 5.5 32 32 32 32 30 24 20 17 13 10.5 Pressure Range 30 to 39 psi 40 60 80 (continued) 2003 INTERNATIONALPLUMBING CODE@ 500 APPENDIX E TABLE E201.l continued MINIMUM SIZE OF WATER METERS, MAINS AND DISTRIBUTION PIPING BASED ON WATER SUPPLY FIXTURE UNIT VALUES (w.s.f.u.) METER AND SERVICE PIPE (inches) DISTRIBUTION PIPE (inches) MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENT LENGTH (feet) Pressure Range Over 60 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 3/4 'Iza 3 2.5 1.5 1.5 1 0.5 3/4 3/4 9.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 7.5 4.5 3.5 32 32 32 32 32 24 19.5 15.5 11.5 9.5 1 32 32 32 32 32 28 28 17 12 9.5 87 87 87 87 87 87 87 87 87 87 275 275 275 275 275 275 275 275 275 252 365 368 368 368 368 368 368 368 318 273 533 533 533 "4 2 2-lIz 533 533 533 533 533 533 533 , Minimum size for building supply is 3/4-inch pipe 2003 INTERNATIONALPLUMBING CODE@ APPENDIX F STRUCTURAL SAFETY SECTION F101 CUTTING, NOTCHING AND BORING IN WOOD MEMBERS F1O1.l Joist notching Notches on the ends of joists shall not exceed one-fourth thejoist depth Holes bored in joists shall not be within inches (5 mm) of the top or bottom of the joist, and the diameter of any such hole shall not exceed one-third the depth of the joist Notches in the top or bottom of joists shall not exceed one sixth the depth and shall not be located in the middle third of the span F101.2 Stud cutting and notching In exterior walls and bear-ing partitions, any wood stud is permitted to be cut or notched to a depth not exceeding 25 percent of its width Cutting or notching of studs to a depth not greater than 40 percent of the width of the stud is permitted in nonbearing partitions supporting no loads other than the weight of the partition F101.3 Bored holes A hole not greater in diameter than 40 per-cent of the stud width is permitted to be bored in any wood stud Bored holes not greater than 60 percent of the width of the stud is permitted in nonbearing partitions or in any wall where each bored stud is doubled, provided not more than two such successive doubled studs are so bored In no case shall the edge of the bored hole be nearer than 0.625 inch (15.9 mm) to the edge of the stud Bored holes shall not be located at the same section of stud as a cut or notch F101.4 Cutting, notching and boring holes in structural steel framing The cutting, notching and boring of holes in structural steel framing members shall be as prescribed by the registered design professional F101.5 Cutting, notching and boring holes in cold-formed steel framing Flanges and lips of load-bearing cold-formed steel framing members shall not be cut or notched Holes in webs of load-bearing cold-formed steel framing members shall be permitted along the centerline of the web of the framing member and shall not exceed the dimensional limitations, penetration spacing or minimum hole edge distance as prescribed by the registered design professional Cutting,notching and boring holes of steel floorlroof decking shall be as prescribed by the registered design professional F101.6 Cutting, notching and boring holes in nonstructural cold-formed steel wall framing Flanges and lips of nonstructural cold-formed steel wall studs shall not be cut or notched Holes in webs of nonstructural cold-formed steel wall studs shall be permitted along the centerline of the web of the framing member, shall not exceed 1.5 inches (38 rnrn)in width or inches (102 mm) in length, and the holes shall not be spaced less than 24 inches (610 mm) center to center from another hole or less than 10 inches (254 mm) from the bearing end 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ APPENDIX G VACUUM DRAINAGE SYSTEM SECTION GI01 VACUUM DRAINAGE SYSTEM G1O1.l Scope This appendix provides general guidelines for the requirements for vacuum drainage systems G101.2 General requirements G101.2.1 System design Vacuum drainage systems shall be designed in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations The system layout, including piping layout, tank assemblies, vacuum pump assembly and other componentddesigns necessary for proper function of the system shall be per manufacturer's recommendations Plans, specifications and other data for such systems shall be submitted to the local a h s trative authority for review and approval prior to installation G101.2.2 Fixtures Gravity-type futtures used in vacuum drainage systems shall comply withchapter of this code G101.2.3 Drainage fixture units Fixture units for gravity drainage systems which discharge into or receive discharge from vacuum drainage systems shall be based on values in Chapter of this code G101.2.4 Water supply fixture units Water supply fixture units shall be based on values in Chapter of this code with the addition that the fixture unit of a vacuum-type water closet shall be "1." G101.2.5 Traps and cleanouts Gravity-type fixtures shall be provided with traps and cleanouts in accordance with Chapter 10 of this code G101.2.6 Materials Vacuum drainage pipe, fitting and valve materials shall be as recommended by the vacuum drainage system manufacturer and as permitted by this code G101.3 Testing and demonstrations.After completion of the entire system installation, the system shall be subjected to a vacuum test of 19 inches (483 mm) of mercury and shall be operated to function as required by the administrativeauthority and the manufacturer Recorded proof of all tests shall be submitted to the administrative authority G101.4 Written instructions Written instructions for the operations, maintenance, safety and emergency procedures shall be provided by the building owner as verified by the administrative authority 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ ABS PlPE Where permitted Table 605.3 Table 605.5 Table 702.1, Table 702.2, Table 702.3, Table 702.4 ACCESS TO Cleanouts 708 Fixtures 405.2 Interceptorsand separators 1003.10 ACCESSIBLE PLUMBING FACILITIES 404 ADMINISTRATION Applicability 102 Approval 105.107.4 Fees 106.6 Inspections 107 Intent 101.3 Maintenance 102.3 Means of appeal 109 Scope 101.2 Validity 106.5.2 Violations 108 AIR ADMllTANCE VALVES Definition 202 Where permitted 917 AIR BREAK Definition 202 Methodof providing 802.1.5.802.1.6 802.1.7, 802.2 Required 802.2.2 AIR GAP Definition 202 Method of providing 608.1 5.1.802.2.1 Required 608.15.1.802.1.802.1 I802.1.2 802.1.3, 802.1.4, 802.1.5, 802.1.6, 802.1.7 AIRTEST 312.3.312.5.312.7 ALTERATIONSAND REPAIRS 102.4 ALTERNATIVE MATERIALSAND EQUIPMENT 105.2 APPROVED Definition 202 ASBESTOS-CEMENT PlPE Where permitted Table 702.2 Table 702.3 ATMOSPHERICVACUUMBREAKER Table608.1 608.13.6, 608.15.4, 608.15.4.1, 608.16.5 AUTOMATIC CLOTHESWASHER 406 BACKFILLING 306.3 BACKFLOW PREVENTER 2003 INTERNATIONALPLUMBING CODE@ Definition 202 Required 608.1 Standards Table 608.1 BACKFLOW PROTECTION 608.1 BACKWATER VALVES Where required 715 BALL COCK (see Fill valve) BAROMETRIC LOOP 608.13.4 BATHTUBS 407 BEDPAN STEAMERS 202 BEDPAN WASHERS 202 BIDETS 408 BOOSTER SYSTEM 606.5 BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT 1003.7 BRASS PlPE Where permitted Table 605.3, Table 605.4 Table 605.8, Table 702.1 BUILDING DRAIN Definition 202 Branches of Table 710.1(2) Material Table 702.1 Table 702.2 Sizing Table710.1(1) BUILDING DRAINAGE SYSTEMS Below sewer level 712.1 BUILDING SEWER Definition 202 Material Table 702.3 Sizing Table 710.1(1) BUILDING SYSTEMS Connectionto public water and sewer 701.2 BUILDINGTRAPS 1002.6 CAST-IRON PlPE Materials Table 702.1 Table 702.2 Table 702.3, Table 702.4 CAULKING FERRULES 705.18 CHANGE IN DIRECTION OF DRAINAGE PIPING Table706.3 CHEMICAL WASTE Exclusionfrom the sewer 803.3 Neutralizing 803.2 Requirements 702.5 CHLORINATED POLYVINYUPIPE OR TUBING Where Permitted Table 605.3 Table 605.4 CIRCUIT VENT 911 CLAY PIPE Table 702.3 CLEANOUTS Base of stack 708.3.4 Building drain 708.3.1.708.3.5 Change of direction 708.3.3 135 INDEX Clearances 708.8 Definition 202 Direction offlow 708.5 Horizontaldrains 708.3.1 Location of 708.3 Manholes 708.3.6 Plugs, materialsfor 708.2 Prohibited installation of 708.6 Sewers 708.3.2 Size 708.7,708.8 CODE OFFICIAL Application for permit 106.3 Appointment 103.2 Definition 202 Departmentrecords 104.8 Duties and powers 104 General 104.1 Identification 104.6 Inspections 107 COMBINATIONDRAINANDVENTSYSTEM 912 COMBINED DRAIN 202 COMMON VENT 202, 908 CONCRETE PlPE Where permitted Table 702.3 CONDUCTOR 202 CONNECTION TO PLUMBING SYSTEM REQUIRED 701.2 CONNECTIONS TO SUMPS AND EJECTORS Below sewer level 712.1 CONSERVATION Fixtures 604.4 Flow rates Table 604.3 Insulation 505,607.2.1 CONSTRUCTIONDOCUMENTS 106.3.1 CONTROLLEDFLOWSTORMDRAINAGE 1110 COPPER OR COPPER-ALLOY PlPE OR TUBING Where permitted Table 605.3, Table 605.4 CROSS-CONNECTIONS 608 CUTTING OR NOTCHING, STRUCTURAL MEMBERS 307.2, Appendix F DEAD ENDS IN DRAINAGESYSTEM 704.5 DESIGN PROFESSIONAL 105.4.4, 105.4.5, 107.2.2, 109.2 DETRIMENTALWASTES 302 DISHWASHINGMACHINE 409 DISINFECTION OF POTABLEWATER SYSTEM 610 DISTANCEOFTRAP FROM VENT Table 906.1 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (See WATER) DRAIN Roof 1105 Storm 1106 DRAINAGE FIXTURE UNITS Definition fixture unit 202 Valuesfor continuous flow 709.3 Valuesfor fixtures Table 709.1 DRAINAGE SYSTEM Connectionto sewer or private disposal system 701.2 Deadends 704.5 Determining load and size 710.1 Fixtureunits Table 709.1 Indirect waste 802 Joints 705 Materials 702 Material detrimental to 302 Offset sizing 711 Provisionsforfuturefixtures 710.2 Sizing Table 710.1 (1) Table 710.1(2) Slope of piping Table 704.1 Sumps and ejectors 712 Testing 312 DRINKING FOUNTAINS 410 EJECTORS EMPLOYEE FACILITIES EXISTING BUILDING PLUMBINGSYSTEMS 712 403.4 102.2 FACILITIES 403 FAUCETS 424 FEES 106.6 FERRULES 705.1 FILL VALVE 425.3.1 FITTINGS Drainage system 706 Material standards 605.5 Table 605.5 702.4, Table 702.4 FIXTURE FITTINGS 424 FIXTURE TRAPS 1002 Acid-resisting 1002.9 Building 1002.6 Design of 1002.2 For each fixture 1002.1 Prohibited 1002.3 Seals 1002.4 Setting and protection 1002.7 Size 1002.5 FIXTURE UNITS Definition 202 Valuesfor continuous flow 709.3 Values forfixtures 709.1 Table 709.1 FIXTURES (See PLUMBING FIXTURES) FLOOD LEVEL RIM 202 FLOOD RESISTANT CONSTRUCTION 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ INDEX Design Flood Elevation 202 Flood HazardArea 202 Flood Hazard Resistance 309 FLOOR DRAINS 412.Table709.1 FLOOR DRAINS EMERGENCY 202 FLOOR FLANGES 405.4.1.405.4.2 FLOW RATES 604.3 Table 604.3 Table 604.4, 604.1 FLUSHING DEVICES Flush tanks 425.2.425.3.604.3.604.5 Flushometertanks 425.3.604.3.604.5 Flushometervalves 425.3.604.3 Required 425 FOOD HANDLING DRAINAGE 802.1.1 FOODWASTE GRINDER 413 FREEZING, PROTECTION OF PIPES 305.6 FROST CLOSURE 904.2 FUTURE FIXTURES 704.4 GALVANIZED STEEL PIPE Definitions 202 Material 308.3 Seismic 308.2 Spacing Table 308.5 HEALTHAND SAFETY 101.3 HEALTH CARE PLUMBING 422.609 713 HEAT EXCHANGER PROTECTION 608.16.3 HORIZONTAL Slopefor drainage pipe 704.1 HOSPITAL PLUMBING FIXTURES 422 Clinical sinks 422.6 Height of special controls 422.1 Sterilizer equipment 422.9 HOT WATER Definition 202 Flow of hot waterto fixtures 607.4 Heaters and tanks Chapter Recirculating pump 607.2.3 Supply system 607 HOUSE TRAP 1002.6 Table 605.3 Table 605.4,605.18 GARBAGE CAN WASHERS 414 GARBAGE DISPOSALS 413 GENERAL REGULATIONS 301 Conflicts 301.7 Connectionto plumbing system 301-3 Connection to publicwater and sewer 301.3.301.4 Elevator machinery rooms 301.6 Health and safety Materials detrimental 302.302.1.302.2 Piping measurements 301.5 Protection of pipes 305 Rodentproofing 304.304.1.304.2.304.3.304.4 Sleeves 305.4 Strains and stresses in pipe 308 Toilet facilities for workers 311 Trenching excavation and backfill 306 Washroom requirements 310 GREASEINTERCEPTORSANDTRAPS 202 1003 Approval 1003.3.4 Capacity Table 1003.3.4.1 1003.4.2.1, 1003.4.2.2 In commercial buildings 1003.5 Not required 1003.3.3 Required 1003.1 GUTTERS 1106.6 Table 1106.6 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS Attachmentto buildings Base of stacks 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ 308.4 308.9 INDIRECTWASTE 802 Airgapor break 802.2.1.802.2.2 Food handling establishment 802.1 Receptors 802.3 Special wastes 803 Waste water temperature 803.1 Where required 802.1 INDIVIDUALVENT 907 INSPECTION 107.1 Final 107.1 Reinspection 107.3.3 Required 107.3 Rough-in 107.1 Scheduling of 107.1 Testing 107.3 INSPECTOR (See CODE OFFICIAL) INSULATION 505,607.2.1 INTERCEPTORSAND SEPARATORS 1003 Access to 1003.10 Approval of 1003.2,1003.4 Bottling establishments 1003.7 Capacityofgreaseinterceptors Table1003.3.4.1 Definition 202 Laundries 1003.6 Not required 1003.3.3 Oilandflammableliquidsseparators 1003.4 Rate offlow control for grease interceptors 1003.3.4.2 Required 1003.1 Slaughterhouses 1003.8 Venting 905.4,1003.9 IRRIGATION, LAWN 608.16.5 137 INDEX ISLAND FIXTUREVENT 913 J JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS 605 705 ABS plastic pipe 605.10.705.2 Asbestos cement pipe 605.11.705.3 Betweendifferent materials 605.23 705.4.705.16 Brass pipe 605.12.705.4 Brazedjoints 605.12.1.605.14.1 605.15.1, 705.9.1, 705.10.1 Cast-iron pipe 705.5 Caulkedjoint 705.5.1.705.11 Concrete pipe 705.6 Copperorcopper-alloy pipe 605.14.705.9 Copper or copper-alloy tubing 605.15.705.1 CPVC plastic pipe 605.16 Expansionjoints 308.8 Galvanized steel pipe 605.1 Mechanicaljoints 605 705 Polybutylene plastic pipe ortubing 605.1 Polyethylene plastic pipe ortubing 605.20 Prohibited 605.9.707 PVC plastic pipe 605.21.705.14 Slip joints 405.8.1002.2 Solderedjoints 605.14.3.605.15.4 705.9.3, 705.10.3 Solvent cementing 605 705 Stainlesssteel 605.22 Threaded 605.10.3 605.12.3.605.14.4 605.16.3, 605.18.1, 605.21.3, 705.2.3, MATERIAL Above-ground drainage and vent pipe Table 702.1 Alternative 105.2 Approval 107.4 Building sewer pipe 702.3 Building storm sewer pipe 1102.4 Chemicalwaste system 702.5 Fittings Table 605.5 Table 702.4 Table 1102.7 Identification 303.1 Joints 605 705 Roof drains 1105 Sewer pipe 702.3 Standards Chapter 13 Storm drainage pipe Table 1102.4 Subsoil drain pipe 1102.5 Underground building drainage and vent pipe 702.2 Vent pipe 702.1.702.2 Water distribution pipe Table 605.4 Water service pipe Table 605.3 MATERIAL, FIXTURES Quality 402.1 Special use 402.2 MATERIAL, SPECIAL Caulking ferrules 705.18 Cleanout plugs 708.2 Sheet copper 402.3 Sheet lead 402.4 Soldering bushings 705.1 MECHANICALJOINTS 605 705 705.9.4, 705.12.1, 705.14.3 Vitrified clay pipe 705.1 Welded 605.12.4.605.14.5.703.4.4.705.9.5 KITCHEN 418 LAUNDRIES 1003.6 LAUNDRYTRAY 415 LAVATORIES 416 LEAD PIPE 202 LEADERS 1106 LIGHTANDVENTILATIONREQUIREMENT 310.1 LOADING,FIXTURE UNITVALVE Table 709 MANHOLES MANIFOLDS 138 708.3.6 604.10 NONPOTABLE WATER 608.1.608.8 OFFSETS Definitions Drainage Venting OPENINGS Through walls or roofs 202 711 915.1 PERMIT Application for Conditions of Fees Suspension of PIPING Construction documents Drainage, horizontal slope 305.5 305.7 106.3 106.5 106.6 106.5.5 105.4.4 Table 704.1 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ INDEX Drainage piping installation 704 Drainage piping offset size 711 Joints 605 705 PIPING PROTECTION Backfilling 306.3 Breakage 305.2 Corrosion 305.1 Footings 305.5 Freezing 305.6 Penetration 305.5 Tunneling 306.4 PLUMBING FACILITIES 403 PLUMBING FIXTURES Accessible 404 Automatic clothes washers 406 Bidet 408 Clearances 405.3 Definition 202 Dishwashing machine 409 Drainagefixture unit values Table 709.1 Drinking fountain 410 Emergency showers 411 Eyewash stations 411 Floor sinks 427 Floor and trench drains 412 Foodwaste grinders 413 Future fixtures 704.4 Garbage can washer 414 Garbage disposal 413 Hospital 422 Installation 405 Joints atwall orfloor 405.5 Kitchen sink 418 Laundrytray 415 Lavatories 416 Minimumfacilities Table 403.1 Ornamental pools 423.1 Quality 402.1 Separate facilities 403.2 Settings 405.3 Showers 417 Sinks 418 Slop sinks 418 Urinals 419 Water closets 420 Water coolers 410 Water supply protection 608 PLUMBING INSPECTOR (See CODE OFFICIAL) PNEUMATIC EJECTORS 712 POLYBUTYLENE PlPE OR TUBING Where permitted Table 605.3, Table 605.4 POLYETHYLENE PlPE OR TUBING Cross-linked Table 605.3, Table 605.4 PE-AL-PE Table 605.3, Table 605.4 PEX-AL-PEX Table 605.3, Table 605.4 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ POTABLE WATER PROTECTIONOF : 608 PRESSUREOF WATER DISTRIBUTION 604.6 PROHIBITED Joints and connection 605.9.707 Traps 1002.3 PROTECTION OF POTABLEWATER 608 PUMPING EQUIPMENT 712 PVC PIPE Table 605.3 Table 605.4 Table 702.1, Table 702.2, Table 702.3 QUALITY OF WATER General 608.1 RAINWATER DRAINAGE Chapter 11 REDUCED PRESSURE PRINCIPLE BACKFLOW PREVENTER Definition 202 Periodic inspections 312.9 Standard Table 608.1.608.13.2.608.16.2 Where required 608.15.2.608.16.2 608.16.4, 608.16.4.1, 608.16.5, 608.16.6 RELIEFVALVES 504.4.504.5.504.6 Definition 202 RELIEFVENT 911.4.914.916.2 Definition 202 ROOF DRAINS 1102.6.1105 Definition 202 ROUGH-IN INSPECTION 107.1 SANITARY SEWER (See BUILDING SEWER) SANITARY TEES 706.3 SCREWED JOINTS (See JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS) SEPARATE FACILITIES 403.2 SERVICE SINKS Table 403.1.418 SEWER (See Building Sewer) SHEET COPPER 402.3 SHEET LEAD 402.4 SHOWERS Table403.1.417 SILLCOCK 424.608.15.4.2 SINKS 418 SIZING Drainage system 710 Fixturedrain 709 Fixture watersupply 604.5 Vent system 916 Water distribution system : 604 Water service 603.1 SLAUGHTERHOUSES 1003.8 139 INDEX SLEEVES 305.4 SLIP JOINTS (See JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS) SOLDERING BUSHINGS 705.19 SOLVENT CEMENTING (See JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS) SPECIAL PLUMBING FIXTURES 423 SPECIAL WASTES 803 STACK VENT 903.1 STAINLESS STEEL PIPE Table 605.4 Table 605.5 STANDARDS Material Chapter 13 STANDPIPE DRAIN 802.4 STEEL PlPE (See also MATERIAL) Where permitted Table 605.4 Table 702.1 Table 702.2, Table 702.3, Table 1102.4, Table 1102.5 STERILIZER PIPE 422.9 STORM DRAINS Building size 1106.1 Building subdrains 1112.1 Building subsoil drains 1111.1 Conductorsand connections 1104 Definition 202 General 1101 Prohibited drainage 1101.3 Roofdrains 1102.6.1105 Secondary roof drains 1107 Sizing of conductors leadersand storm drains 1106 Sizing of roof gutters 1106.6 Sizing of vertical conductors and leaders 1106.2 Traps 1103 Valuesfor continuous flow 1109 Where required 1101.2 STRAPS (See HANGERS AND SUPPORTS) STRUCTURAL SAFETY 307 Appendix F SUBDRAIN BUILDING 1112.1 SUBSOIL DRAIN PIPE 1111.1 SUMPVENT 916.5 SUMPS 1113 SUPPORTS (See also PIPING PROTECTION) 308 SWIMMING POOL Definition 202 SWIMMING POOL DRAINAGE 802.1.4 TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE RELIEFVALVE TEMPERATUREOF WASTE WATER TEST Drainage and vent airtest Drainage and vent final test Drainage and vent water test Forcedsewer test Gravity sewer test Requiredtests Test gauges 504 803.1 312.3 312.4 312.2 12.7 312.6 312.1 312.1 Test of backflow preventiondevices 312.9 Test of conductors 312.8 THERMAL EXPANSIONCONTROL 607.3 THREADED JOINTS (See JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS) TOILET FACILITIESFOR WORKERS 311 TOILETS (See WATER CLOSETS) TRAPS Acid-resisting 1002.9 Building 1002.6 Design 1002.2 Prohibited types 1002.3 Seal 1002.4 Separatefor each fixture 1002.1 Size Table 709.1 ,Table709.2 TRENCH DRAINS 412 TRENCHING, EXCAVATIONAND BACKFILL 306 TUNNELING 306.4 UNDERGROUNDDRAINAGEAND VENT PIPE 702.2 URINALS 419 VACUUM BREAKERS Table 608.1.608.13.5.608.13.6 608.1 3.8, 608.15.4 VALVES Air admittance 202 917 Backwater 715 Definition 202 Pressure reducing 604.8 Relief 202.504.4 Temperature-actuated flowreductionvalves 424.5 Transfer valves 424.6 VENT Individual 907 Sizing 904.2.908.3 910.4 912.3,916.1,916.2 VENT RELIEFSIZE 914 VENT STACK Definition 202 903.2 VENTS AND VENTING Branch vents 916.4.1 Circuit or loop 911 Combination drain 912 Common 908 Definition 202 Distancefrom trap Table 906.1 Engineered systems 918 Island fixture 913 Stack vents 903.1 Vent stack 903.2 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ INDEX Vent terminal Waste stack Wet vent 904 910 909 WALL HUNG WATER CLOSETS 420 WASHING MACHINES 406 WASTE Indirect 802 Special 803 WASTE STACK 910 WASTE WATERTEMPERATURE 803.1 WATER Booster 606.5 Cross-connection 608.6 Distributionpiping material Table 605.4 Excessive pressure 604.8 Hammer 604.9 WATER CLOSETS 420 WATER CONSERVATION Fixtures 604.4 Flow rates Table 604.4 WATER HEATERS Chapter5 WET VENT 909 WIPED JOINTS 705.13.2 WORKERS'TOILET FACILITIES 311 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ 2003 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ 2003 INTERNATIONALPLUMBING CODE@ ... 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