In general one branch interval equals floors of plumbing fixture drains a 1 b 2

In general one branch interval equals floors of

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8.In general, one branch interval equals _____ floor(s) of plumbing fixture drains. a.1b.2
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Name__________ Sanitary Drainage, Vent, and Stormwater Drainage Piping Date__________ c.3d.4 9.Trap seal loss due to _____ pressure is prevented if fixture drains near th8e base of the stack or stack offset connection to the horizontal pipe at least 8” from the offset 10._____ fittings lessen the probability of waste stoppage. 11._____ and back pressure are a result of pressure differences between the drainage system and atmosphere 12.A _____ vent is the principal artery of the vent system to which vent branches may be connected. a.Wetb.Backc.Maind.Relief 13.A _____ vent is a type of relief vent that provides additional air circulation between drainage andvent systems. 14.A(n) _____ vent is the most practical method of venting a fixture trap because trap seal loss is virtually eliminated 15.A basic we vent is a common vent with two fixtures whose horizontal drain openings are at different heights and installed _____.
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Name__________ Sanitary Drainage, Vent, and Stormwater Drainage Piping Date__________ 16.A _____ group is a group of fixtures located next to a stack so vents may be reduced to a minimum using proper fittings a.Verticalb.Horizontalc.Stackd.Vent
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