Plumbing code - Wikipedia:
Plumbing code is a code that provides regulations for the design, installation and inspection of building plumbing and sanitary systems. In the U.S., jurisdictions enact their own codes, some of which are based upon model plumbing codes.1 The most widely adopted plumbing code in the United States is the International Plumbing Code published by the International Code Council (ICC). This code is also used as the basis for the plumbing code of some other countries. Another model plumbing code published in the United States is the Uniform Plumbing Code published by IAPMO.
Choosing the right pipe for the created water supply and sewage
Installation of modern sanitary facilities, such as a bidet and a paddling pool, and even a shower, you may need to make some changes or additional connection in the home network plumbing. That is why plumbers are trying to choose such piping and branching to the network created by himself, to then easily it could be extended with new connections. As a result, the household will be able to connect new devices themselves, such as a washing machine or dishwasher, and only in the case of more complex devices ask for help from a plumber. By the way, he will be able to review the status of water supply, sewerage and clean it using modern methods and means.
Creating a network of water and sewage built school
A very important project carried out in built school is equipping it with a functioning network plumbing. Responsibility for the good execution of the plan created previously borne by the administration building, and then selected by the administrative authorities, the director of the school. It should also ensure that the school building was carried out a review of the state of water and sanitation, especially during the holiday season and, if necessary, during the school year. Performance of plumbing repairs in the school can deal with an emergency plumber or hydraulic depending on the type of failure. Therefore, to carry out such repairs may involve the need to close only one of the toilets or the entire school building.