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  • (274) Ensuring High Quality Plumbing Installations

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    (274) Ensuring High Quality Plumbing Installations - August 2019

    (274) Ensuring High Quality Plumbing Installations - August 2019

  • (275) Formulas, Symbols, and Terminology

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    (275) Formulas, Symbols, and Terminology - September 2019

    (275) Formulas, Symbols, and Terminology - September 2019

  • (276) Flow in Water Piping

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    (276) Flow in Water Piping - October 2019

    (276) Flow in Water Piping - October 2019

  • 2018 Conference Session - Commercial DWV Piping Systems

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Commercial DWV Piping Systems

    2018 Conference Session - Commercial DWV Piping Systems

    This program will provide an introduction into the design and installation of plastic drain, waste, and vent and cast iron soil pipe systems. It will review why and how to apply the best materials based on the specific application requirements. Basic steps and industry best practices for designing and installing these systems, along with special considerations for achieving a successful and safe system test, will be communicated. Attendees will gain an understanding of why different piping products are used today and why one needs to exercise caution when considering altering a designed system.

    Speaker: Tom Shapr

  • 2018 Conference Session - Commercial PEX Design and Installation Best Practices

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Commercial PEX Design and Installation Best Practices

    2018 Conference Session - Commercial PEX Design and Installation Best Practices

    While the use of crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) piping has been widespread in residential applications for more than two decades, engineers, building owners, and contractors are now using it more and more as a cost-effective and flexible alternative to copper on large-scale commercial projects. PEX is a proven system solution that can reduce both material and labor costs while providing the reliability and peace of mind that building owners demand. When considering PEX, however, it is important that engineers and contractors understand not only the benefits, but also the challenges and potential consequences that may occur when systems are not properly designed or installed. This session will provide valuable information about what engineers and contractors need to know when it comes to specifying, designing, inspecting, and installing commercial PEX systems to ensure proper performance and system integrity. Topics will include the different types of PEX and joining methods, proper sizing, hangers and supports, dealing with expansion and contraction, and health and safety.

    Presented by: Devin Abellon, PE

  • 2018 Conference Session - Fabrication The Dissection of Your Design

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Fabrication The Dissection of Your Design

    2018 Conference Session - Fabrication The Dissection of Your Design


    This program will explore the process of dividing plumbing and piping systems into fabricated sub-assemblies, the impacts that schedule and design have on the process, and the tools necessary to build and deliver the components. Upon successful completion of the course, attendees will be able to identify the low-hanging fruit in system fabrication, determine the benefits and drawbacks that fabrication can bring to a project, recognize the constraints that can promote or obstruct fabrication, and understand the processes of spooling and assembly and the tools required for each.

    Presented by: Mark Lamberson, CPD

  • 2018 Conference Session - Grease Interceptors

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Grease Interceptors

    2018 Conference Session - Grease Interceptors

    Attendees will be provided with information on the design principles of interceptors and their relevance to installation and operation. In addition, fundamental empirical sizing tools will be provided to enable designers, installers, and code officials to correctly determine the required interceptor size without suppositions and estimates. Safe installation, operation, and maintenance will also be described.

    Presented by: Max Weiss

  • 2018 Conference Session - Hot Water Systems Design for Code Compliance

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Hot Water Systems Design for Code Compliance

    2018 Conference Session - Hot Water Systems Design for Code Compliance

    This program will cover the design of domestic hot water systems, specifically related to new code requirements regarding usage, temperature, and recirculation. Additionally, the session will cover other requirements related to designing systems for the mitigation of bacteria growth in the system. Upon successful completion of the course, attendees will be able to identify the recently updated requirements of designing a hot water system, understand temperature impacts on the design of a hot water system, and identify the impact of flow rates and changes in hot water recirculation systems.

    Presented by: J. Joe Scott, CPD, LEED AP, FASPE

  • 2018 Conference Session - Hunter's Curve Panel

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Hunter's Curve Panel

    2018 Conference Session - Hunter's Curve Panel

    Most professionals in the plumbing industry have at least one question about Hunter’s curve, such as: What is a fixture unit? Who created the curve? Why does Hunter’s curve lead to oversized piping? Will Hunter’s curve be updated? A panel of industry experts will discuss the answers to the above questions, in addition to reviewing the ASHRAE “modified” curve and posing a challenge to the plumbing industry to update Hunter’s curve.

    Panelists: Dr. Steven Buchberger, Dan Cole, Christoph Lohr, PE, CPD, LEED AP BD+C, ASSE 6020, and Timothy Wolfe

  • 2018 Conference Session - Keys to a Successful Construct-able Design

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Keys to a Successful Construct-able Design

    2018 Conference Session - Keys to a Successful Construct-able Design

    Engineers, your best design might not be buildable! Learn how early collaboration with trade partners during the design process can improve systems coordination and save both you and your client time and money. This session will illustrate how design phase interaction with field craftsmen will improve the design, identify prefabrication and modular construction opportunities, simplify installation, reduce rework in both design and construction, and enhance installer safety. Attendees will understand how the latest BIM and technology tools can be the glue between designers and builders and learn how to build trusting partnerships with subcontractors, thus reducing risk for the design team, contractor, and owner.

    Panelists: Lawrence Cochran II, Lee Garduno, Zay Soe, PE, CPD, GPD, LEED AP, and Richard Young