RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY: PLUMBING, 2E is the ideal book to create a direct link between your studentsa education/training program and the residential construction industry. The result of a strategic partnership between the National Association of Home Builderas (NAHB) Home Builders Institute and Delmar, Cengage Learning, the Residential Construction Academy Series is the perfect way to learn essential workplace skills for readers new to the building trades. Written in partnership with the Home Builders Institute, and endorsed by NAHB, RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY: PLUMBING, 2E provides a step-by-step approach to residential plumbing installations based on national skill standards. Focusing on Green advancement in the plumbing trades, this book thoroughly explains the process of installing residential plumbing systems by exploring topics such as tools of the trade and proper safety measures and by offering various tips to increase readersa on-the-job productivity. Logically organized to build a foundation of knowledge, this book progresses from the installation of common fixtures to troubleshooting techniques that will aid readers.. An emphasis on creative layout and the importance of understanding code variations will foster readersa understanding of plumbing system installation that is based on typical situations as well as unique jobsite conditions. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.A plumba ing template includes common plumbing fixtures and shapes to create plumbingarelated symbols (Fig. ... Graph paa per with squares is not used for isometric sketches because isometric horizontal is at a 30Ad angle (Fig. ... A small sketch, known as a shop drawing, is typically created on 11a X 17a drafta ing paper, so it can be reproduced in a standard HIOI :4 LOCATION USED TO CREATEanbsp;...
|Title||:||Residential Construction Academy: Plumbing|
|Author||:||Michael Joyce, Ray Holder|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-03-25|