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Inoy, Hannah Celine H.

Sumbanon, Cheryl Malate, Leonard Conanan, Joker

3 Degrees or grades of waste water:

Water from the rain

Wastes from laundries, wash basins, sinks, showers, bath tubs

Water plus human waste solid and liquid, urine, that is flushed out of toilets and urinals

Elements of sanitary system

Any pipe which conveys the discharge of water closets, urinals, or fixtures having similar functions.
A general term used for any vertical line of soil, waste or vent piping. A vertical soil pipe conveying fecal matter and liquid waste.

An extension of a soil or waste stack above the highest horizontal drain connected to the stack

Elements of sanitary system

A pipe or opening used for ensuring the circulation of air in a plumbing system and for reducing the pressure exerted on trap seals. An arrangement of venting so installed that one vent pipe will serve two traps
That portion of a vent pipe through which liquid waste flow Any part of a piping system other than the main , riser or stack The main of any system of continuous piping is the principal artery of the system to which branches may be connected

Elements of sanitary system

A vent pipe connecting from a branch of the drainage system to a vent stack A pipe which conveys only liquid wastes free of fecal matter A sewer or other pipe or conduit used for conveying ground water, surface water, waste water or sewage A pipe or conduit for carrying sewage and waste liquids The liquid wastes conducted away from buildings/ structures, also of the storm water


Elements of sanitary system

A comprehensive term, including all construction for collection, transportation, pumping, treatment and final disposition of waste A metallic sleeve, calked or otherwise, joined to an opening in a pipe, into which a plug is screwed that can be removed for the purpose of cleaning or examining the interior of the pipe. A fitting or device so constructed as to prevent the passage of air, gas and some vermin through a pipe without materially affecting the flow of sewage or waste water through it. That part of the lowest horizontal piping of a plumbing system which receives the discharge from soil, waste and other drainage pipes inside of a building and conveys it to the house sewer. It should have a slop oftleast 1/4 to a foot or .oo6 for every .30 meter (6mm for every 300 mL.)



Elements of sanitary system

Is the part of a plumbing system extending from a point about four or five from the inner face of the foundation wall of a building to the junction with another sewer A trap connected to lowest horizontal piping or House Drain A vent the primary (Fresh Air Inlet) function of which is to provide circulation of air between drainage and vent system A common sewer directly controlled by public authority to which all abutters have equal rights of connection

Elements of sanitary system

is a pipe that does not connect directly with the drainage system but conveys liquid wastes . any and all liquid or water borne waste from industrial process, except domestic waste. is the discharge from any fixture, or appurtenance in connection with a plumbing system which does not receive fecal matter.

Elements of sanitary system

A suction caused by the flow of liquids in pipes
The end of a pipe which fits into a bell. Also a word synonymously with faucet The vertical distance between the dip and crown weir of a trap The installation of all pipes in the plumbing system that are in partitions and under floors The setting of fixtures

Elements of sanitary system

A pit or receptacle at a low point to which the liquid wastes are drained
A vertical opening through a building for elevators, dumbwaiters, light, ventilation, etc. A sheet metal placed when concrete is poured to accommodate uture plumbing pipes An opening or space to accommodate a group of pipes Opening for ventilation circulation of air