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2015 Michigan Plumbing Code

Product Code/ISBN: 9781609836818

The 2015 Michigan Plumbing Code is based off the 2015 International Plumbing Code from the International Code Council.  Staying current and up-to-date with the latest plumbing code is crucial for your business.  Complying with the code will not only keep your company safe from hefty fine, but it will also keep your employees and customers safe.  New codes bring the newest and latest materials and techniques used in the plumbing industry straight to your fingertips.  Not following these materials, or using old codes and techniques can potentially be harmful to you and your business.  Every business has to follow the code and adhere to the standards including companies like Black & Decker and the United State Postal Service!

Don’t start another project or give another estimate without grabbing this newly updated code.  Stay up-to-date with all the changes and make sure you are complying, because you know everyone else is! Grab your copy of the 2015 Michigan Plumbing Code today!

Table of Contents

  1. Scope and Administration
  2. Definitions
  3. General Regulations
  4. Fixtures, Faucets and Fixture Fittings
  5. Water Heaters
  6. Water Supply and Distribution
  7. Sanitary Drainage
  8. Indirect/Special Waste
  9. Vents
  10. Traps, Interceptors and Separators
  11. Storm Drainage
  12. Special Piping and Storage Systems
  13. Nonpotable Water Systems
  14. Subsurface Landscape Irrigation Systems
  15. Referenced Standards

Appendix A Nonpotable Water Systems

Appendix B Rates of Rainfall for Various Cities

Appendix C Structural Safety

Appendix D Degree Day and Design

Appendix E Sizing of Water Piping Systems

Appendix F Subsurface Landscape Irrigation Systems

Appendix G Vacuum Drainage Systems

Appendix H Replacement of Underground Sewers by Pipe-Bursting Methods

About the ICC:  The International Code Council was created to research and develop a single code that could be used and applied to many different counties, countries, and states across the United State and now the world.  Much of their code is used a figurehead and further changes and additions are made at the state level.