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I.

1. What ancient roman term refers to an individual who worked in the sanitary field
of ancient Rome?
2. What is the title given to a person who is a skilled worker in the field of
sanitation?
3. NPCP refers to:
4. Its complete RA no:
5. What is the meaning of BOD?
6. Each fixture directly connected to the drainage system shall be equipped with
__________.
7. Plumbing is defined as the art and science of ___________ pipes, fixtures and other
apparatus.
8. What is the general role of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering?
9. This promulgated the design and layout of a plumbing system that is governed by
set of rules
10. In the 17th century, the English parliamentary passed the first ___________ laws.
II.
1. What period was plumbing revived? It is the period when Europe was plagued
with epidemics.
2. Plumbing shall be installed with due regard to presentation of the strength of
___________ and prevention of damage to walls and other surfaces through fixture
usage.
3. In what civilization did the concept and importance of plumbing became more
defined and appreciated?
4. The ability of an area resource system to support the activities of a given
population.
5. ____________ is a part of ecosystem and is the major contributor to pollution of the
environment.
6. ____________, including fixtures, shall be maintained and properly usable

7. This the pollutant that affects the quality of water due to impact of Biochemical
Oxygen Demand (BOD) discharges, that rises when temperature rises.
8. An act which regulate the Practice of Sanitary Engineering in the Philippines.
III.
1. In 1907, a division of plumbing construction and inspection, with the city of
Manila as a model, was headed by whom?
2. This act is known as __________ that was approved on June 18, 1955.
3. The liquid and water borne waste derived form the ordinary living process, free
from industrial wastes, and of such character as to permit satisfactory disposal
without special treatment into the public sewer or by means of private disposal
system.
4. The 1999 NAMPAF Plumbing Code Review Committee President.
IV.
1. When was the Rep. Act No. 1378, also known as the National Plumbing Code of
the Philippines approved?
2. When was the practice of Plumbing in the Philippines initiated?
3. What is the act for Water Quality Management?
V.
1. TRUE OR FALSE : Sanitation is the field of public health dealing with
environmental degration and prevention and control of diseases
2. TRUE OR FALSE : The design and layout of plumbing system is governed by a set
of rules promulgated by the National Standard Plumbing Code (NSPC)
3. Plumbarius is to individual who worked in the sanitary field, while Plumbum is to
___________.
WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
I.
1. ___________ is the most satisfactory means of water distribution.
2. In this method of distribution, the excess water pumped during periods of low
consumption is stored in elevated tanks or reservoir.

3. In dual main systems, ____________ are added on the south and west sides of
streets and piping is generally placed beneath sidewalks.
4. ____________, sometimes called arterial mains, for in the skeleton of the
distribution system.
5. ____________ is used for city water pipes.
6. ____________ is used for pipelines, truck mains and inverted siphon where
pressures are high and sizes are large.
7. ____________ a stronger and more elastic type of cast iron used in newer plumbing
installation.
8. A chemical reaction which involves the removal of metallic electrons from metals
and formation of more stable compounds.
II.
1. Consist of a cylinder in which a piston or a plunger moves backwards and
forwards.
2. Used to raise water from shallow depths and used most frequently for individual
houses.
3. ____________ is a pump that increases the pressure within the distribution system
or raise water to an elevated water storage tank.
4. Pump that lifts surface water and move it to a nearby treatment plant.
5. Pump that discharge treated water into arterial mains.
III.
1. Used to supply or remove water from a building.
2. Centrifugal casting on metal moulds is sometimes called ____________ .
3. Necessitates a large pipe or conduit so that velocities will be low but not low
enough to allow sedimentation.
IV.
1. Generally, the equalizing volume of a water thank that is about ____________ of
the total daily demand.

2. In residential areas having houses up to 4 storeys high, the pressure in the pipes
should be between _____________.
V.
1. High service system is high lying areas; while _____________ is to low lying areas
2. TRUE OR FALSE : Water distribution is a network of pumps, pipelines, storage
tanks and appurtenances.
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM
I.
1. It is a special type of underground water that is found on islands or in the coastal
regions near the sea.
2. This should be supplied with water in sufficient volume or at adequate pressure to
enable them to function properly.
3. Flush tanks which are directly connected to the potable water supply system
should be equipped with approved ___________.
4. _____________ is a junction between water supply systems through which water
from doubtful or unsafe sources may enter an otherwise safe supply.
5. What are the 3 main sources of water supply?
6. _____________ is required to be installed so as to register the amount of water
supplied to a building.
7. _____________ is used to prevent back siphonage.
8. ______________ permits water drawn into a fixture tank or similar devices to flow
back into the supply line by gravity or siphonage.
II.
1. ______________ is when water contains visible material in suspension
2. ______________ is caused by material in solution or a colloidal state should be
distinguished from turbidity.
3. The carbonate and bicarbonate of calcium, sodium and magnesium are the
common impurities which cause ______________.
4. _______________ in water causes hardness, and in small amount it will cause taste,

discoloration of clothes and plumbing fixtures and incrustations in water mains.


5. Excavation for the installation of underground water supply piping should be
_____________.
III.
1. The proportional change in length corresponding to 1F change in temperature is
known as the _______________.
2. ________________ is water bearing stratum.
3. There are two types of well____________ & ____________.
SANITARY DRAINAGE SYSTEM
I.
1. The recommended slope for the house drain.
2. A type of house drain that receives the discharges of sanitary and domestic
waste only.
3. A drainage pipe that carries on is designed to carry human excretement.
4. A drainage pipe that carries liquid waste that not include human excretement.
5. Water that is safe to drink, pleasant to the taste and usable for domestic
purposes.
6. A communicable disease which may be transmitted by water include bacterial,
viral and protozoal infections.
7. A water is _____________ when it contains visible material in suspension.
II.
1. MCL means
2. A type of house drain that receives discharges of sanitary as well as storm water.
3. This type of drain is now considered obsolete and not advisable.
4. In large buildings, _____________ are usually suspended from the basement ceiling.
III.

1. A cleanout shall be provided on the house drain as near as possible the


______________ of the building.
2. A kind of drain that should terminate into a separate drainage system.
3. The house drain should be provided with adequate number of _____________.
IV.
1. The complete PD No. of CODE OF SANITATION OF THE PHILIPPINES.
2. Boating, shooting or fishing should not be allowed within ____________ of the water
intake.
V.
1. TRUE OR FALSE : In changing house drain directions, the branch shall be run at
right angle as a floor drain.
2. TRUE OR FALSE : A cleanout extended above the floor can also be utilized as floor
drain.
3. TRUE OR FALSE : All changes of direction shall be done with short radius fittings.
SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM
I.
1. A concrete vault constructed for the collection of raw sewage sealed with a
wooden shelter.
2. A receptacle in which liquids are retained for sufficient period to the deposit settle
able material.
3. A hole in the ground with stone and bricks laid in such manner as to allow raw
contaminated sewage to leach under the surface of the ground.
4. The main sewer is financed and maintained by ____________.
5. ____________ is the liquid conveyed by a sewer.
6. ____________ is water which enters sewers from surface sources such as graces in
manholes, open cleanouts, perforated manhole covers and roof drains or basement
sumps connected to the sewer.
7. A pipe venting acid waste system.

8. A watertight container of sewage.


II.
1. A permanently installed mechanical device for removing sewage or liquid waste
from a sump other than ejector.
2. This bacteria functions in absence of free oxygen.
3. Considered as the oldest type of sewer.
4. Minimum width for septic tank.
III.
1. That portion of the horizontal drainage system which starts from the outer face of
the building and terminate at the main sewer in the street or septic tank.
2. Sometimes referred to as the collection line of a plumbing system.
3. The septic tank should be double compartment and should be capable of holding
how many times of daily waste water flow.
IV.
1. The complete RA No. of ECOLOGICAL SLOID WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT 2000.
2. How many percent of the total sewage solids is organic and subject to rotting.
V.
1. TRUE OR FALSE : The minimum depth for septic tank is 1.20m
2. TRUE OR FALSE : No septic tank shall be installed within under a house.
TRUE OR FALSE : Septic tank should be located not less than 15m away from
potable water to prevent contamination.
STORM WATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM
I.
1. What do you call the drain from the trap of a fixture to the junction of the drain
pipe?
2. An element composed of an atom of Oxygen and two atoms for Hydrogen,
otherwise known as H2O.

3. What is the immersion in a fluid for a definite period of time, usually expressed as
a percent of weight of the dry pipe?
4. This type of storm drain is used in buildings located in congested business areas.
5. It is that unit of the plumbing system which conveys storm water to a satisfactory
terminal.
6. It is often referred to as conductor or downspout. It is also the portion of the
storm drainage system which extends between storm drain & the roof terminal
7. This type of storm drain is advisable on buildings where an ample amount of
ground space between buildings is available.
8. A type of storm drain that is suspended from the basement ceiling by substantial
hangers, placed at close intervals, and generally is adapted to buildings where
public storm sewer is not sufficiently deep in the street.
II.
1. This is the type of storm drain located under the basement floor within the walls
of the building and is used in buildings located in congested business areas.
2. What do you call that unit of the plumbing system which conveys storm water to
a satisfactory terminal?
3. Rainwater piping should not be used as:
4. Roof drains shall not be made of __________.
III.
1. The outside roof leader is located on the _____
2. The inside roof leader is installed ___________
3. What do you call the drain from the trap of a fixture to the junction of the drain
pipe?
4. All storm drains should be graded at least
5. This type of terminal should be used only where the public sewer discharges its
contents into a terminal other than a disposal plant.
IV.

1. A connection and installation of rainwater systems are found in what section of


the NPCP?
2. What chapter of the NPCP discusses about storm drainage system?
V.
1. The roof leader is extended _________ through the floors of the building to a point
just below the roof & is then extended _________ to reduce the danger of breakage
which may result because of expansion and contraction of the roof.
2. Conductor is to vertical; __________ is to horizontal
3. Catch basin is a receptacle in which _________ are retained for a sufficient period
of time to allow settle able material to deposit
4. TRUE OR FALSE : The discharge capacity of the pipe varies according to its length
and grade per foot.
5. TRUE OR FALSE : One factor which makes the sizing of storm drain difficult is the
matter of grouping rainfall over a given period.
6. TRUE OR FALSE : Another element to consider in determining the size of the drain
is the depth of the building.
7. TRUE OR FALSE : The storm drain is connected to the sewer at right angles by
means of a 45 Y and curve assembled in exactly the same manner as a sanitary
house sewer connection.
8. TRUE OR FALSE : The change of direction at the highest point of the conductor
should be made by means of an elbow & 45 fitting.
9. TRUE OR FALSE : The base of the roof leader must be provided with a concrete or
stone foundation.
10. TRUE OR FALSE : If the roof leader is constructed of galvanized steel, it must be
supported at every floor with a pipe rest.
11. TRUE OR FALSE : Horizontal runs may not be suspended from band iron hangers
or steel ring hangers anchored in the structure
12. TRUE OR FALSE : The roof leader is extended vertically through the floors of the
building to a point just below the roof and is then extended horizontally to reduce
the danger of breakage which may result because of expansion and contraction of
the roof.
13. TRUE OR FALSE : A cast-iron strainer basket is attached to the drain to prevent

stones, leaves and other materials from entering the conductor.


14. TRUE OR FALSE : Roof drains are provided with a copper flashing, or in some
instances, with a cast-iron clamp so that the joint between the roof and the
conductor will be water-tight.
15. TRUE OR FALSE : A roof leader may be terminated by placing a hub of cast-iron
soil pipe flush with the roof.
14. TRUE OR FALSE : Roof drains are provided with a copper flashing, or in some
instances, with a cast-iron clamp so that the joint between the roof and the
conductor will be water-tight.
15. TRUE OR FALSE : Changes in direction of the roof leader must always be of short
radius so the flow water in the conductor will not be retarded, except where the
change is from horizontal to vertical direction.

PLUMBING MATERIALS
I.
1. Do appurtenances need direct connection to water supply?
2. What type of plumbing material is a water heater?
3. What do you call a faucet opened or closed by the fall or rise of a ball floating on
the surface of water?
4. What is the most expensive type of all pipes?
5. What type of pipe is durable and has extreme resistance to corrosion?
6. What type of plumbing material is a water closet?
7. What type of pipe is the most specified material need for drainage installation in
buildings?
8. What plumbing material receives water-bourn wastes?
9. What type of plumbing material is a soap dispenser?
II.
1. CISPI stands for:
2. U in UPVC stands for

3. The use of cast-iron pipes should be limited to buildings ______stories in height.


4. It is a non-metallic plumbing material?
5. Acid-resistant pipe usually is an alloy of cast-iron and ____________.
6. A gate valve whose body and bonnet are held together by a u bolt clamp.
III.
1. A device that discharges a predetermined quantity of water to fixtures for
flushing purposes.
2. Pipes that are used to underground public sewers, house sewer and drains. It is
made up of clay and also resistant to acids.
3. This type of trap is used in many localities where venting is not required by local
ordinances. This device permits the waste to flow through it rapidly.
IV.
1. This policy creates, develops, maintain and improve the conditions under which
man and nature can thrive in productive and enjoyable harmony with each other.
2. A decree instituting a water code, thereby reviving and consolidating the laws
governing the ownership, utilization, development, conservation, etc. of water
resources.
V.
1. The type of drain used in building located in congested business areas.
2. Ball cock is to input;__________ is to output.
3. Downspout is the __________ portion of rain water conductor