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Punkd12 Problems S-2 134 Questions

 Wall-hung lavatories shall be supported by ___


Their connections
Metal hangers
Rigid traps
Wooden legs
Questions and Answers
 1. Wall-hung lavatories shall be supported by ___
o A. Their connections
o B. Metal hangers
o C. Rigid traps
o D. Wooden legs
 2. The tailpiece diameter for lavatories and drinking fountains shall not be
less than ___
o A. 1-1/4 inches
o B. 1-3/8 inches
o C. 1-1/2 inches
o D. 1-3/4 inches
 3. A solidly formed subbase is required as to pitch shower pan linings to
weep holes in the sub drain with a fall of ___
o A. 1/8 inch per foot
o B. 1/4 inch per foot
o C. 1/16 inch per foot
o D. 1/32 inch per foot
 4. Approved strainers having an approved waterway area are not required
for ___
o A. Kitchen sinks
o B. Lavatories
o C. Urinals
o D. Bathtubs
o 5. Showers in all buildings shall be provided with individual
control valves of the ___
 A. pressure balance type
 B. thermostatic mixing valve type
 C. 140 degree F limit control type
 D. A and B apply
 6. The clear space in front of any water closet or bidet shall not be less
than ___.
o A. 12 inches
o B. 18 inches
o C. 24 inches
o D. 30 inches
 7. he code requirement for "and adequate supply of potable running water"
is for
o A. Cleansing and sanitation
o B. Protection of trap seals
o C. Water-cooled equipment
o D. Hydronic systems
 8. The primary reason for installing backflow prevention assemblies is to _
o A. Prevent scalding
o B. Prevent pollution and contamination of the potable water supply
o C. Prevent mixing of hot and cold water
o D. Prevent excessive pressure
 9. Ballcocks in water closet tanks shall be installed so that the critical level
of the water inlet is above the full opening of the overflow pipe at least ___
o A. 1/2 inch
o B. 1inch
o C. 3inches
o D. 6inches
 10. Above the highest part of a urinal equipped with a flushometer valve (in
inches)
o A. 1
o B. 6
o C. 3
o D. 12
 11. Above the overflow rim of a vat (in inches)
o A. 1
o B. 2
o C. 6
o D. 12
 12. Above all downstream piping for lawn sprinkler system atmospheric
vacuum breakers (in inches)
o A. 1
o B. 6
o C. 12
o D. 24
 13. PEX tubing shall not be installed within the first ___ of piping connected
too a water heater (in inches)
o A. 12
o B. 18
o C. 24
o D. 36
 14. Backflow prevention devices installed in the water supply line to steam
boilers shall be installed __-
o A. 6 inches above the floor
o B. 6 inches above the boiler
o C. 12 inches above the floor
o D. 12 inches above the boiler
 15. Each outlet in a non-potable waterline that may be used for drinking
purposes shall be posted ___
o A. DANGER-PROCESSED WATER
o B. DANGER-CONTAMINATED WATER
o C. DANGER-POLLUTED WATER
o D. CAUTION-NONPOTABLE WATER DO NOT DRINK
 16. The piping material no approved in the code for water piping located
inside a building is ___
o A. Brass
o B. CPVC
o C. Asbestos cement
o D. PEX
 17. All malleable iron water fittings shall be ___
o A. 2 inch or smaller
o B. Galvanized
o C. Flanged
o D. Removed
 18. Water valves 2-1/2 inches and larger may have bodies that are ___
o A. Galvanized
o B. Die-cast
o C. Aluminum core
o D. Cast iron
 19. Changes in direction of copper tubing may be made with ___
o A. Bending equipment
o B. Plastic fittings
o C. Metallic fittings
o D. Heat annealing
 20. Water piping system shall be designed on the basis of the ___
o A. Maximum pressure
o B. Average service pressure
o C. Average residual pressure
o D. Minimum pressure
 21. Copper water tube Type "M" may be installed within a building ___
o A. Below slab only
o B. Above ground only
o C. For cold water only
o D. If it is wrapped
 22. Immediately ahead of each water-supplied appliance and each slip joint
or nonmetallic water supply connection required a _
o A. Control valve
o B. Check valve
o C. Backwater valve
o D. Solenoid valve
 23. After allowing for friction and other pressure losses, the residual water
pressure shall be at least ___.
o A. 0.433 psi
o B. 7.5 psi
o C. 15 psi
o D. 29 psi
 24. A water piping system with a pressure of 110 psi will require a(an)
o A. Reduced pressure backflow device
o B. Extra-heavy pipe and fitting
o C. Pressure regulator and strainer
o D. Pressure-relief valve
 25. Combination temperature and pressure relief valve shall be
installed
o A. On all non-storage-type water heaters
o B. Based on their listing requirements and the manufacturer's instruction
o C. Within 3 inches to 6 inches of the water heater
o D. In lieu of pressure-relief valves
 26. Galvanized steel piping installed under a concrete floor slab within a
building shall _
o A. Have a machine-applied coating
o B. Have a spiral wrap
o C. Be installed without joints
o D. Be installed with brazed joints
 27. Cast-iron fittings, up to and including two inches in size, when used in
connection with potable water piping, shall be ___
o A. Extra heavy
o B. Flanged
o C. Disallowed
o D. Galvanized
 28. Water piping may be installed in the same trench with sewer piping
made of ___
o A. Cast iron
o B. Clay
o C. Asbestos cement
o D. Bituminized fiber
 29. The available pressure at the water meter is 80 psi. At the highest
supply outlet, 36 feet above the water meter, the pressure would be __ psi
o A. 62
o B. 44
o C. 116
o D. 80
 30. Building supplies shall be no smaller than that required for installation
and, in no case, smaller than ___
o A. 1/2 inch
o B. 3/4 inch
o C. 1 inch
o D. 2 inches
 31. Copper tubing used for water piping under concrete slab within a
building shall be ___
o A. Installed with brazed joints with cast brass fittings
o B. Protected with a factory applied coating
o C. Installed without joints where possible
o D. Installed with Type K copper tube with brazed joints
 32. CPVC water pipe may be used for hot and cold water distribution
systems ___
o A. In residences only
o B. Within a building
o C. Below ground only
o D. Aboveground only
 33. Flexible corrugated connectors of copper or stainless steel for water
heater connectors shall be limited to ___
o A. 12 inches
o B. 18 inches
o C. 24 inches
o D. 36 inches
 34. Unions shall be installed in a water supply system within 12 inches of
___
o A. A control valve
o B. A house valve
o C. Regulating equipment
o D. Transition fittings
 35. The type of valve required on a building supply to any building is a _
o A. Full way valve
o B. Butterfly valve
o C. Globe valve
o D. Corporation valve
 36. All backflow devices or assemblies shall be tested by a ___
o A. Licensed agent
o B. Representative from the Authority Having Jurisdiction
o C. Certified backflow tester
o D. Third-party certified agency
 37. Other than system sized by the use of Table 6-6, the maximum velocity
of a cold water system containing copper and copper alloy tube and fittings
shall be limited to ___
o A. 5 ft. per second
o B. 8 ft. per second
o C. 10 ft. per second
o D. 15 ft. per second
 38. Atmospheric-type vacuum breakers shall not be subjected to ___
o A. Back pressure
o B. Hot water
o C. Use in a laboratory
o D. Intermittent use
 39. Each pressure relief valve installed inside of the building shall have
a_____
o A. Full sized drain extended to outlet
o B. Check valve to prevent backflow
o C. Trapped drain line
o D. Drain that terminates 30 inches or more above grade
 40. The quantity of water required to be supplied to every plumbing fixture
shall be represented by ___
o A. Gallons per minute
o B. Fixture units
o C. Feet per second
o D. Available head pressure
 41. Hard-drawn copper tubing, marked with a blue stripe, is referred to as _
o A. Type "K"
o B. Type "L"
o C. Type "M"
o D. Type "DWV"
 42. The color stripe on type "K" hard-drawn copper tubing is ___
o A. Green
o B. Blue
o C. Red
o D. Yellow
 43. Flaring tools are used to make joints for ___
o A. Hard Type K copper tubing
o B. Soft copper water tubing
o C. Yellow brass water piping
o D. Aluminum water piping
 44. The distance between a water heater and the union on the water lines
shall not be more than ___
o A. 6 inches
o B. 12 inches
o C. 18 inches
o D. 24 inches
 45. Whenever fixtures and/or fixture fittings are installed that require a
residual water pressure higher than 15 pounds per square inch (103.5
kPa)__

A. that minimum pressure shall be provided


B. provision shall be made to use fixtures that do not require higher residual
pressure
C. the piping system shall be not less than copper tubing Type L

o D. A and C apply
 46. Except for plastic piping, water piping systems may be tested with _
o A. 10 psi air pressure
o B. 50 psi air pressure
o C. 10 psi Carbon dioxide
o D. 60 psi Carbon dioxide
 47. Water piping pressure shall be for a period of not less than ___
o A. 5 minutes
o B. 10 minutes
o C.15 minutes
o D. 30 minutes
 48. The maximum fixture unit loading allowed on a 2-inches waste stack is
o A. 4
o B. 6
o C. 8
o D. 16
 49. 3 inch horizontal drainage piping shall have a grade of slope of not less
than ___
o A. 1/4 inch per foot
o B. 1/8 inch per foot
o C. 1/2 inch per foot
o D. 1 inch per foot
 50. The maximum trap loading for a 3-inch trap is
o A. 1 unit
o B. 3 units
o C. 4 units
o D. 6 units
 51. The minimum sizes of vertical and horizontal drainage shall be
determined from the __
o A. Location of fixtures
o B. Type of building
o C. Total fixture units
o D. Total bathrooms
 52. The minimum size trap and trap arm for a bathtub is __
o A. 1-1/2 inches
o B. 2 inches
o C. 2-1/2 inches
o D. 3 inches
 53. The maximum discharge capacity (for intermittent flow only), in gallons
per minute, for one fixture unit is equal to ___
o A. 7-1/2 gpm
o B. 15 gom
o C. 30 gpm
o D. 50 gpm
 54. The minimum size drain line for wall-hung urinal is __ inches
o A. 2
o B. 1-1/4
o C. 1-1/2
o D.3
 55. The acceptable fitting for connecting a horizontal drain line with another
horizontal drain line is a __
o A. Sanitary tee
o B. Cross tee
o C. Combination Y and 1/8 bend
o D. Side inlet 1/4 bend
 56. The clearance required in front of a 2-inch cleanout shall not be less
than __
o A. 6 inches
o B. 12 inches
o C. 18 inches
o D. 24 inches
 57. The drainage line from an ejector shall be provided with a ___
o A. Backwater or swing check valve, and gate valve
o B. Backwater valve or double check valve and globe valve
o C. backwater valve, gate valve and flange
 58. A horizontal drain pipe has an existing load 30 fixture units, after
connecting the discharge pipe from an ejector rated 60 gpm, the total load
on the horizontal drain pipe will be ___
o A. 90 fixtures
o B. 120 fixtures
o C. 130 fixtures
o D. 150 fixtures
 59. __ are considered suds-producing fixtures
o A. Kitchen sinks
o B. Bathtubs
o C. Washing machine standpipes
o D. All of the above
 60. The maximum fixture units allowed on a 4-inch horizontal drain with a
1/8 inch per foot slope is
o A. 173
o B. 225
o C. 215
o D. 256
 61. A straight run of building sewer will require cleanout at intervals not to
exceed __
o A. 50 ft.
o B. 75 ft.
o C. 100 ft.
o D. 300 ft.
 62. Building sewers 8 inches or larger may have a slope of not less than
___
o A. 1/16 inch per foot
o B. 1/2 inch per foot
o C. 1/4 inch per foot
 63. The maximum distance between manholes shall not exceed __
o A. 50 ft.
o B. 100 ft.
o C. 200 ft.
o D. 300 ft.
 64. ABS and PVC DWV piping installation shall be limited to structures of
__ *
o A. Noncombustible construction
o B. Unlimited height
o C. Two stories in height
o D. Combustible construction

 65. Fittings on screwed pipe shall be of (the) __


o A. Caulk-drainage pipe
o B. Galvanized steel
o C. Recessed drainage type
o D. Duro iron
 66. Except for plastic pipe, in lieu of water test, drainage piping may be
tested with__
o A. Air
o B. Ether
o C. Smoke
o D. Gas
 67. An approved material for closet screws or bolts is __
o A. Steel
o B. Aluminum
o C. Lead
o D. Brass
 68. Threads in drainage fittings shall be tapped to allow for __
o A. Adjustment
o B. Grade
o C. expansion
o D. Economy
 69. Joints between steel and cast-iron pipe shall be __
o A. Threaded only
o B. Caulked or threaded
o C. Caulked only
o D. Brazed
 70. Macerating toilet system shall be restricted to single bathrooms for
o A. Private use
o B. Public use
o C. No restriction
o D. Not allowed
 71. Sumps for macerating toilets shall be __
o A. Above ground
o B. A minimum of 10 gallons
o C. Watertight and gastight
o D. In the same room as the toilet
 72. The drainage fixture unit value assigned to a bathtub or combination
bath/shower is __
o A. 1.5
o B. 2.0
o C. 2.5
o D. 3.0
 73. With few exceptions, all horizontal drainage piping shall be provided
with a clean out at ___
o A. Each 45-degree fitting
o B. Its upper terminal
o C. Each offset
 74.Every abandoned building sewer shall be plugged or capped __
o A. At the sidewalk or curb
o B. Within 5 ft. of the property line
o C. At the street tap
o D. Where convenient
 75. Sewer and water piping may be installed in the same trench (with the
proper clearances) if the sewer piping is __
o A. Cast iron
o B. PVC
o C. Extra strength vitrified clay
o D. Any of the above
 76. Cleanouts shall be designed to be __
o A. Threaded
o B. Gastight and watertight
o C. Easy opening
o D. Concealed
 77. The addition of leak-sealing additives to joint packing shall be __
o A. Legal
o B. By approval of the engineer
o C. By approval of the architect
o D. Prohibited
 78. A domestic dishwasher, with independent drain, has a drainage fixture
unit value of __ *
o A. 2
o B. 3
o C. 4
o D. 1
 79. All indirect waste piping that requires an airgap shall discharge into the
building drainage system through ___
o A. An automatic vent
o B. A drainage airgap of 1 inch minimum
o C. A trap
o D. An airgap of two pipe diameters
 80. Floor drains in walk-in coolers shall discharge __
o A. To a grease interceptor
o B. Directly to the exterior of the building
o C. Directly to than main building drain
o D. To a separate drainage line discharging into an outside receptor
through an airgap or air break
 81. Drains, overflows, or relief pipes from a water distribution system shall
be connected to the building drain by _
o A. Indirect waste piping through a vented trap
o B. Indirect waste by means of an airgap
o C. Direct connection to the building drain
o D. Direct connection to the building drain through a trap
 82. Stills, sterilizers and similar equipment that produce waste shall
be __
o A. Connected directly to the building drains
o B. Indirectly connected to a lavatory tailpiece
o C. Indirectly connected by means of an airgap
o D. Directly connected to the building drain using an air break
 83. Devices that are not regularly classified as plumbing fixtures, but which
have a drip or drainage outlets, shall be drained by __
o A. A connection directly to the building
o B. Indirect waste pipes discharging into an open receptor through an
airgap or air break
o C. Direct connection to a storm sewer
o D. Indirect waste piping connected to the building drain
 84. No plumbing fixtures that is receiving discharge from indirect waste
pipes shall be installed until for approved by the __
o A. Architect
o B. Local health department
o C. Authority Having Jurisdiction
o D. Mechanical engineer
 85. The developed length from the fixture outlet of a bar sink to a receptor
shall not exceed __ ft.?
o A. 6
o B. 5
o C. 3
o D. 15
 86. All receptors receiving the discharge from indirect waste piping shall
be
o A. Approved for the proposed use
o B. Shaped and sized to prevent splashing or flooding
o C. Located where they are readily accessible for inspection and cleaning
o D. All of the above
 87. A standpipe for a clothes washer shall have a minimum and maximum
length of _
o A. 4in. and 12in.
o B. 18in. and 30in.
o C. 18in. and 24 in.
o D. 12in. and 36in.
 88. An indirect waste receptor shall not be installed in a ___
o A. Toilet room
o B. Boiler room
o C. Commercial kitchen
o D. Compressor equipment
 89. No drain, overflow, or relief vent from a water supply system. or any
other discharges under pressure shall be discharge to the drainage
system
o A. By means of indirect waste through an airgap or air break
o B. By direct connection
o C. Through the garbage disposal
o D. With a branch wye tailpiece
 90. A domestic dishwashing machine shall be connected to the drainage
system by using __
o A. An approved airgap fitting
o B. A Hartford loop
o C. A double check valve
o D. A direct connection
 91. Drinking fountain may be installed with _
o A. A hose connection
o B. A condensate pump
o C. A Hartford loop
o D. Indirect waste
 92. Water shall not be discharged under pressure directly to the waste
system if it has a temperature of __ or more
o A. 212 deg. F
o B. 180 deg. F
o C. 140 deg. F
o D. 232 deg. F
 93. Every indirect waste interceptor receiving discharge containing
particles that would clog the receptor drain shall __
o A. A - have a readily removable beehive strainer
o B. B - drain into a funnel connected to the floor sink
o C. C - be connected directly into the drainage system
o D. Both A and B
 94. ___ tube shall not be used for chemical or industrial waste, as defined
in Section 811.1
o A. Glass
o B. PVC
o C. Cast iron
o D. Copper
 95. Lead waste pipe that may receive discharge containing acid or
corrosive chemicals, and each vent pipe connected to it, shall be not less
than ___ wall thickness
o A. 1/16 inch
o B. 3/32inch
o C. 1/8inch
o D. 5/32inch
 96. Whenever practicable, all piping receiving chemical waste shall be
o A. Concealed
o B. Readily accessible
o C. Covered
o D. In clear view
 97. The owner shall make and keep a __
o A. Blueprint of the construction
o B. Log of all chemicals used
o C. Permanent record of all piping and venting carrying chemical waste
o D. Record of materials used for all chemical waste
 98. No chemical waste vent shall ___
o A. Terminate outside the building
o B. Connected to any vent from water service lines
o C. Intersect vents for other services
o D. Connect to any waste line
 99. No chemical waste shall be discharged into the ground, local sewer, or
other means without __
o A. Being properly vented
o B. Approved of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction
o C. First going through a chemical waste separator
o D. Being properly trapped
 100. Water lifts, expansion tanks, cooling jackets, sprinkler system, drip or
overflow pans, and other similar devices that discharge clear wastewater
into the building drainage system shall ___
o A. Be directly trapped
o B. Be discharged into an interceptor
o C. Discharged into an indirect waste receptor
o D. Be individually vented
 101. Pipes carrying wastewater from swimming or wadding pools, including
pool drainage, backwash from filters, and discharge from pumps, shall be
o A. Installed as an indirect waste
o B. Connected to a holding tank
o C. Connected to an interceptor
o D. Directly connected to the building drain and properly trapped and
vented
 102. Condensate waste shall discharge to the drainage system by means
of a(an) __
o A. Indirect waste pipe
o B. Direct waste pipe
o C. Johnson Tee
o D. Backflow preventer
 103. Condensate or waste water shall not drain over __
o A. Dry wells
o B. A public way
o C. Leach pits
o D. The tailpiece of plumbing fixtures
 104. Condensate from fuel-burning condensing appliances shall be
collected and discharged ____
o A. To a planter box to a public way
o B. To an approved plumbing fixture or disposal area
o C. Directly connected to the building sewer
 105. If the trap from a sink located in a bar cannot be vented ___
o A. The drain shall discharge through an airgap or air break into an
approved receptor that is vented
o B. The fixture must be relocated
o C. The discharge may be pumped to an approved receptor
o D. A drum trap shall be used
 106. The minimum size condensate waste pipe from a 12-ton refrigeration
unit is ___
o A. 3/4 inch
o B. 1 inch
o C. 1-1/4 inches
o D. 1-1/2 inches
 107. Vent pipes protect fixture traps against ___
o A. Evaporation
o B. Siphonage
o C. Clogging
o D. Cross-connections
 108. Under certain conditions, traps serving sinks that are part of the
equipment of bars, soda fountains, and counters __
o A. Need not to be vented
o B. Need relief vents
o C. May be wet vented
o D. Shall be vented
 109. One factor for determining the size of a vent pipe is ___
o A. Its accessibility
o B. Its length
o C. The type of building
o D. The price of material
 110. The combination of vent pipes that will provide sufficient aggregate
cross-sectional vent area for required a 4-inch house sewer is ___
o A. 1-2 inch and 4 - 1-1/2 inch
o B. 3-2 inch and 1 - 1-1/2 inch
o C. 2-2 inch and 1 - 1-1/2 inch
o D. 4 - 2 inch
 111. The maximum horizontal length permitted for a required 2-inch vent
pipe is ___
o A. 20 ft.
o B. 40 ft.
o C. 60 ft.
o D. 120 ft.
 112. The diameter of an individual vent shall not be less than ___
o A. 1-1/4 inches
o B. 1-1/2inches
o C. 2 inches
o D. 3 inches
 113. A 2-inch vent pipe will serve a total of __
o A. 14 bathtubs
o B. 16 showers
o C. 24 lavatories
o D. 15 water closet
 114. Each vent pipe or stack shall extend through its flashing and shall
terminate vertically above the roof at least ___
o A. 6 inches
o B. 12 inches
o C. 18 inches
o D. 24 inches
 115. The distance from the vent pipe opening to any vertical surface shall
be at least __
o A. 6 inches
o B. 12 inches
o C. 18 inches
o D. 24 inches
 116. Horizontal termination of vents from any openable window, door
opening, air intake or vent shaft shall be not less than ___
o A. 1 ft.
o B. 2 ft.
o C. 10 ft.
o D. 12 ft.
 117. Except for alleys and streets, vent termination from property lines shall
not be less than __
o A. 1 ft.
o B. 2 ft.
o C. 3 ft.
o D. 4 ft.
 118. Vents terminating in roof areas used for sunbathing shall be extended
above the roof at least ___
o A. 7 ft.
o B. 10 ft.
o C. 12 ft.
o D. 15 ft.
 119. Joints at the roof around vent pipes shall be made watertight by the
use of ___
o A. Waterproof epoxy sealer
o B. Three layers 15 pound felt
o C. Hot tar compound
o D. Flashings
 120. Parallel vent stacks are required for drainage stacks that extend
above the building drain ___
o A. Five stories or more
o B. 10 stories or more
o C. 50 ft.
o D. 100 ft.
 121. The pipe size for the common vent serving lavatories installed back-
to-back shall not be less than __ inch(es)
o A. 1
o B. 1-1/4
o C. 1-1/2
o D. 2
 122. Horizontal vent pipes shall be level or so graded as to drip back by
gravity to ___
o A. The main vent pipe
o B. The drainage pipe they serve
o C. The loop vent
o D. The main soil stack
 123. The minimum size vent that may serve a 4-inch trap is __
o A. 1-1/4 inches
o B. 1-1/2 inches
o C. 2 inches
o D. 4 inches
 124. Increasing vents one pipe size will __
o A. Provide increased drainage
o B. Allow a uniform installation
o C. Allow vents of longer vents
o D. Allow vents to be shorter
 125. Changes in direction of vent piping shall be made by __
o A. Heating the pipe and bending
o B. Welded joints where possible
o C. Threaded fittings of caulked joints
o D. Appropriate use of fittings
 126. The fitting that is required for making the yoke vent intersection with
the drainage stack is a ___
o A. Sanitary tee
o B. Tapped tee
o C. Double tee branch
o D. Wye branch
 127. A drainage stack extends 14 stories above the building drain and is
served by a parallel vent stack. A relief yoke vent connection between the
vent stack and the drainage stack is required at ___
o A. Floors 5 and 10
o B. Floors 4 and 9
o C. Floors 4 and 10
o D. Floors 5 and 9
 128. The size of the yoke vent that making the yoke vent intersects with the
drainage stack is __
o A. Not less in diameter than either the drainage or the vent stack,
whichever is smaller
o B. A minimum of 4 inches
o C. Two pipes sizes larger than the drain line
o D. Two pipes sizes smaller than the drain line
 129. If, due to structural conditions, horizontal vents are less than 6 inches
above the overflow rim of the fixture, the horizontal portion shall be
installed with __
o A. Venting material and fittings
o B. Drainage material and fittings and grade to drain
o C. Smaller diameter piping
o D. Larger diameter piping
 130. Vents terminals in locations having minimum design temperatures
below 0 degree F shall be a minimum of ___
o A. A - 2 inches
o B. B - 4 inches
o C. C - one pipe size larger than the required
o D. A and C apply
 131. copper tube shall not be used for ___
o A. Chemical waste
o B. Aboveground drainage piping
o C. Water piping
o D. Underground drainage piping
 132. ABS or PVC-DWV piping installations exposed within ducts or
plenums shall be limited to a flame-spread index of not more than 25 or a
smoke index of 50 except for __
o A. Two-story buildings
o B. Structures not over three floors above grade
o C. The restriction found in IS 5 and 9
o D. Single family homes
 133. Sheet lead used for flashings of vents terminals shall be not less than
o A. 2 lbs. per sq. ft.
o B. 3 lbs. per sq. ft.
o C. 4 lbs. per sq. ft.
o D. 5 lbs. per sq. ft.
 134. All malleable iron vent or water fitting shall be __
o A. Concealed
o B. Exposed
o C. Galvanized
o D. Painted