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2017 Ohio Mechanical Code LL

2017 Ohio Mechanical Code Loose Leaf

The 2017 Ohio Mechanical Code is based on the 2015 International Mechanical Code

Price: $118.00
Product Code/ISBN: 3300L17OH
Year: 201
Binding: Loose Leaf
Publisher: ICC


The 2017 Ohio Mechanical Code is based on the 2015 International Mechanical Code.  There are new materials and techniques being discovered in the mechanical and HVAC field everyday.  Staying current with the newest codes is the best way to avoid hefty fines and to keep your company and your clients safe.  Don’t wait until something happens to update your code, grab the newest version now and start making those changes.  Some of the topics covered in the 2015 International Mechanical Code include:

Ventilation
Combustion Air
Duct Systems
Exhaust Systems
Vents
Chimneys
Refrigeration
Hydronic Piping
Permit Fee Schedules
Solar Systems
Oil Piping Storage
Boilers
Water Heaters
Pressure Vessels
And much more!

If you work in the HVAC or mechanical field then you need to do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of the 2017 Ohio Mechanical Code.  Avoid the problems now and be safe by grabbing your code today instead of the moment you need it.  Order yours now!

About the ICC:  The International Code Council is a member based council focused on bringing one standard code to world-wide organizations.  They are used and referenced in many parts of the United States, and are gaining exposure to world-wide businesses.  They are based on values of integrity, trust, professionalism, public service, customers value, member focus, and quality.

The International Codes, or I-Codes as some call them, were brought to pass by the realization that there was a need for a constant code over different businesses and different regions.  Before the ICC was founded in 1994, no such code existed.  Today they are adopted in all 50 states including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.  The code is developed through a government consensus process that identifies the need of code changes based on previous editions.