Aiming to provide uniformity, accountability, and consistency to plumbing design, installation, and repairs, the 2010 FLORIDA BUILDING CODE – PLUMBING is the resource you won't want to be without. Based on the 2009 International Plumbing Code®, this valuable tool establishes requirements and regulations for a variety of plumbing facilities. It includes provisions for fixtures, piping, fittings, and devices, as well as design and installation methods for water supply, sanitary drainage, and storm drainage. And because it is a single state building code that supersedes all local building codes, you will be armed with the critical information you need to be successful in the plumbing field.
1. Scope and Administration.
3. General Regulations.
4. Fixtures, Faucets, and Fixture Settings.
5. Water Heaters.
6. Water Supply and Distribution.
7. Sanitary Drainage.
8. Indirect/Special Waste.
10. Traps, Interceptors, and Separators.
11. Storm Drainage.
12. Special Piping and Storage Systems.
13. Referenced Standards.
Appendix A: Reserved.
Appendix B: Rates of Rainfall for Various Cities.
Appendix C: Gray Water Recycling Systems.
Appendix D: Degree Day and Design Temperatures.
Appendix E: Sizing of Water Piping System.
Appendix F: Proposed Construction Building Codes for Turf and Landscape Irrigation Systems.
Appendix G: Reserved.