By R. H. Garrett(auth.)
This booklet presents a hugely illustrated advisor to the layout, set up and upkeep of cold and warm water provide structures for family structures.
Based on British typical BS 6700, the recent variation takes under consideration revisions to the normal because the e-book was once first released in 1991. It has additionally been up-to-date to offer information at the 1999 Water offer rules and comprises revisions to the development laws.
Written for designers and installers, this immensely useful publication can be of curiosity to technical employees of water undertakers, estate providers managers and scholars of NVQ and BTech classes.
It was once in particular commissioned by means of the British criteria establishment and written for BSI by way of Bob Garrett, previously of Langley collage of extra schooling and earlier President of the nationwide organization of Plumbing academics.
Chapter 1 normal concerns (pages 1–20):
Chapter 2 chilly Water offer (pages 21–70):
Chapter three scorching Water provide (pages 71–126):
Chapter four Prevention of Bursting (pages 127–142):
Chapter five Pipe Sizing (pages 143–164):
Chapter 6 protection of Water caliber (pages 165–207):
Chapter 7 Frost Precautions and upkeep of Water Temperature (pages 208–222):
Chapter eight Water economic system and effort Conservation (pages 223–235):
Chapter nine Noise and Vibration (pages 236–243):
Chapter 10 Accessibility of Pipes and Water Fittings (pages 244–250):
Chapter eleven install of Pipework (pages 251–306):
Chapter 12 Commissioning and upkeep of Pipelines, companies and Installations (pages 317–331):
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All cisterns and pipes should be insulated against the effects of frost or heat. Cisterns should be situated away from heat. Access should be provided for inspection and maintenance (both internally and externally). All domestic cisterns and those supplying drinking water should be `protected' to prevent contamination of water and should comply with the requirements of Water Regulations. Lids to be rigid, close fitting and securely fixed, and should fit closely around any vent pipe. Cold Water Supply 29 BS 6700 specifies that water cisterns for domestic purposes must be of the `protected' type, on the grounds that water is likely to be drunk from all taps in dwellings.
Lids to be rigid, close fitting and securely fixed, and should fit closely around any vent pipe. Cold Water Supply 29 BS 6700 specifies that water cisterns for domestic purposes must be of the `protected' type, on the grounds that water is likely to be drunk from all taps in dwellings. This is a departure from past practice which should greatly improve cisterns hygienically. All cisterns should be supported on a firm level base capable of withstanding the weight of the cistern when filled with water to the rim.
Cistern must comply with Water Regulations if it is used for domestic purposes. Float valve connection should be braced to prevent movement by water pressure thrust. Dimension `A'. Distributing pipe connection should be as low as is practically possible. (a) Small cisterns (up to 1000 l capacity) Washout connection flush with base of cistern at its lowest point. Washout pipe to be plugged when not in use and must discharge to open air at least 150 mm above any drain. Overflow pipe must be large enough to carry away leakage under worst conditions.