This class covers two related topic areas:
1) Sanitary Drainage Systems – the principles as well as the nuts and bolts of a well-designed system, with the following lessons:
- Capacities; Maintaining Flow Rates Slope; Pneumatic Pressure & Backflow
- Pumps & Interceptors,
- Floor Drains;
- Metal, Plastic, Clay & Concrete Piping; Thermal Expansion;
- Combination DWV Systems & Wet Venting.
- Vacuum Drainage Systems & Replacement of Sewers by the Pipe-Bursting Method
2) Grease Interceptors – a practical guide including Required Locations, Types of Grease Interceptors, Installation & Maintenance & Sample Codes and Standards
By the end of this class students will be able to:
- Optimize sanitation within sanitary drainage systems;
- Better advise clients on grease interceptor selection and installation;
- Follow all relevant rules and principles that govern the transit of effluent from fixtures to sewer; and
- Be more aware of the materials and technologies available.