Iowa 2 Hour 2016 Plumbing Code Class Part 2


2 Hour Course

Approved By: Iowa Department of Public Health

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This is the second of two courses covering Iowa’s adoption of the UPC and their amendments to it. In this course, we’ll cover Chapters 6 through 17. For Chapters 1 through 6, see the Iowa 2 Hour 2016 Plumbing Code Class Part 1.

In this course, we’ll talk about changes to the water supply and distribution regulations, including pipes, tubes, and fittings suitable for use. We’ll also look at how that affects plumbers directly in the course of their work. We’ll review the newest standards for lead content in materials, and for water heater connectors, before we address expansion tanks, temperature and pressure-relief valves.

Chapters 7 and 8 will focus on cleanouts, discharge lines, and condensate wastes. We’ll also cover new code sections applicable to the installation, construction, alteration, and repair of non potable rainwater catchment systems.

After that, the remaining changes we’ll cover include rules affecting circuit venting, health care facilities, system design, and alternative water sources for non potable applications. We’ll conclude the course with a look at the referenced standards of Chapter 17.

  • 2016 Iowa Plumbing Code Class Part 2
    • 2016 Iowa Plumbing Code Class Part 2 [3 Activities]
      • 01. 2016 Iowa Plumbing Code: The 2015 IAPMO/ANSI Uniform Plumbing Code, Part 3
      • 02. The 2015 IAPMO/ANSI Uniform Plumbing Code, Part 4
      • 03. End of the Class
  • Course Completion
    • Mandatory Questionnaire
    • Certificate of Completion

Instructor Bio

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Chris D'Amato is the instructor and industry expert for Plumbing Trade Courses. With over 25 years experience, he has held a Journeyman Plumbing license since 2001 performing all aspects of plumbing in new construction, light commercial, remodels and service. Chris manages his own multifaceted plumbing shop coordinating a wide range of services from Property Management accounts to plumbing whole subdivisions and providing services to large living facilities for the the State of Oregon. In his tenure at AYPO he has helped thousands of plumbing licensees keep up with their continuing education requirements.