• Plumbing I: The Course Goal is to provide a practical introduction to plumbing trade.  This will help familiarize 1st year students with a broad overview of fundamental topics in the plumbing industry.  Students will be provided with an understanding of basic mathematical concepts necessary for plumbing work. Students will also be provided with an introduction to basic construction drawings.  


    Plumbing 2: Offers practical knowledge and skills grounded in the real-world issues that face plumbing professionals.  Plumbing 2 covers piping materials, sources, and distribution for potable water; water pipe sizing; cross-connection protection; water heaters; sewage disposal; drainage fixture units; building drains; stacks; and more. 


    Plumbing 3:  Focuses on plumbing and gas code references to deliver the "need-to-know" information for both commercial and residential plumbers. Coverage begins with basic installation practices, and progresses to include blueprint reading, the National Fuel Gas Code, surveying instruments, and special chapters devoted to connections to the math and science of plumbing. Discussions of water heaters, water treatment, trench safety, and electrical controls and wiring have been added to round out the thorough coverage. With two chapters on preplanning and electrical controls, this book will give readers the tools they need to be successful as they continue their journey into the plumbing industry.


    Plumbing 4: Designed for the fourth-year plumbing apprentice, provides a thorough understanding of practical plumbing installations and national plumbing codes. Coverage spans residential, commercial, industrial and institutional arenas, and includes important topics such as service and repair, blueprint reading, installation practices, heating systems, and related science and plumbing codes. Practical in its approach, with an emphasis on both safety and the latest plumbing technology, this guidebook will prove to be a valuable resource for apprentice and licensed plumbers alike.