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STANDARDIZING

PLUMBING PLANS
COPING WITH
PLUMBING
PROFESSIONS
ADVANCEMENT
CONCEPTUALIZED BY:
ENGR. VIRGILIO D. SIMBULAN, CE-Struct., SE, RMP, MSSE

REVIEW OF RA 1378
AN ACT TO REGULATE THE TRADE OF
MASTER PLUMBER
SECTION 1. THIS ACT SHALL BE KNOWN AS
THE PLUMBING LAW.

SECTION 2
a) The practice of plumbing within the meaning and
intent of this Act shall embrace services in the form of
consultations, designing, preparation of plans,
specifications, estimates, erection, installation and
supervision of plumbing work including the inspection
and acceptance of materials used therein; extension
and alteration of all piping to fixtures, appliances, and
appurtenances in connection with any of the following:
storm and sanitary drainage, facilities of buildings, the
sanitary venting of fixtures, hot or cold water supply
system within or adjacent to any building, storm drains,
sewerage system of any premises and/or in
connection with any public disposal or any terminal.

SECTION 2 ( continuation)
The enumeration in this paragraph shall not be
construed as excluding any other work requiring
plumbing knowledge and application.
b) The term master plumber as used in this Act shall
mean a person duly registered with the Board of
Examiners for Master Plumbers in the manner herein
provided.

SEWERAGE

What does it mean?

From the Revised National Plumbing Code of the


Philippines, page 28 Definition of Terms
Sewerage, or sewerage works a comprehensive
term, including all construction for collection,
transportation,
pumping,
treatment
and
final
disposition of sewage.
A septic tank being a primary sewage treatment
structure is an important component of sewerage or
sewerage works mentioned in Section 2a of the
Plumbing Law. Therefore, master plumbers have all
the rights to include it in their scope of work.

PRESENTATION OF SUGGESTED FORMAT


FOR STANDARD PLUMBING PLANS
FOR SHEET P-1: The following items must appear in
the first sheet:
Vicinity Map or Location Plan (scale or not to scale)
Site Utilities Plumbing Layout (not smaller than 1:400 m)
General Notes
Material Specifications
Legend
Water System, Storm Drainage System, DWV System
& Plumbing Fixtures

Fixture Connection Size Schedule


Details of Main Water Meter, Air Chamber, Catch Basin,
Manhole, Junction Box, Etc.

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

SHEET P-1 CONTENTS

DETAILS

SHEET P-1

SHEET P-2

SHEET P-3

SHEET P-4

SHEET P-5

SHEET P-6

SHEET P-7

SHEET P-8

SHEET P-9

LAST SHEET (P-10): LOAD SCHEDULE

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS: (LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

(LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

(LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

(LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

(LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

(LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

LAST SHEET (P-10) CONTENTS:

(LOAD SCHEDULE & DESIGN)

PLANS STANDARD SIZE

25

SIZES OF DRAWING
SHEETS
TYPE W(mm
)
L(mm)
A0
841
1189
A1
594
841
A2
420
594
A3
297
420

45

25

40

25

END OF PRESENTATION
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REFERENCES
The Revised National Plumbing Code of the Philippines
Implementing Rules & Regulations of the National
Building Code of the Philippines (PD 1096)
American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE)
Plumbing Engineering Design Handbook VOLUME 2
International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical
Officials (IAPMO) Uniform Plumbing Code
Architectural & Engineering Calculations Manual,
McGraw-Hill Book Company: Robert Brown Butler