2018 ICC International Plumbing Code IPC SC
The 2018 International Plumbing Code has finally arrived to keep all of your plumbing standards and procedures up to date. The 2018 version brings many changes in the plumbing industry and deals with new product, materials, safety precautions, and systems as well as performance and prescriptive objectives. Some of the other changes put in this must-have edition are:
- Newly updated tables showing the required minimum number of plumbing fixtures.
- Information explaining why single-user toilet facilities (which is specifically a room that has a single water closet and a single lavatory) no longer need to be labeled for male or female use.
- Explanation on solar thermal water heating systems and the new standard they need to be updated to which is the ICC 900/SRCC 300.
- Well systems are now required to comply with the NGWA-01 standard.
Don’t miss out by not getting your copy of the 2018 International Plumbing Code. These codes are adopted and put into practice all over the world. Keep your company and buildings up to date with the most recent code changes. Order your copy now!
About the publisher: The ICC (International Code Council) is responsible for creating a uniform code that can be adopted over different cultures and languages. Before the ICC started their code books there was no universal code or standard that spread across different countries. Now the ICC is used in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Developed and established in 1994 as a non-profit organization the ICC has gone past only creating code standards and ventured into educational programs, certification programs, workbooks, online literature, and career assistance. They currently publish 15 different code books including fire code, mechanical code, performance code, residential code, wildland urban interface code, and swimming pool and spa code. They have more than 250 employees across the United States.