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NACE SP0214 - INSPECTION, CLEANING, AND REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGY FOR WATER PIPING IN BUILDINGS - ITEM NO. 21176 Organization: NACE
Date: 2014-06-26
Description: GROUP I: The predominant water-usage systems in most buildings consisting of potable water (hot and cold); steam and condensate systems; and waters for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) (open and closed systems) GROUP II: Waste water—sewage and drainage GROUP III: Higher quality waters—preconditioning systems and boilers GROUP IV: Fire-protection systems—wet, dry, foam, and other systems GROUP V: Architectural systems—fountains, waterfalls, and other displays Group I: Highest Water-Usage Systems in Buildings  The Group I piping systems include the potable-water system and building systems that are major users of potable water.
ASTM D4551 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR POLY(VINYL CHLORIDE) (PVC) PLASTIC FLEXIBLE CONCEALED WATER-CONTAINMENT MEMBRANE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: This specification covers poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) flexible sheeting which is used without mastic, bedding, or coating for construction of concealed water-containmentmembranes in applications where there is potential for costly secondary damage from water leakage and very long-term reliable performance is essential. Examples are fountains, pools, planters, shower and safe pans, tile tubs, or similar wet installations where the membrane is inaccessible once the construction is complete.
ASTM D4068 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR CHLORINATED POLYETHYLENE (CPE) SHEETING FOR CONCEALED WATER-CONTAINMENT MEMBRANE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-05-01
Description: This specification covers flexible chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) sheeting which is used without mastic, bedding, or coating for construction of concealed water-containment membranes in applications where there is potential for costly secondary damage from leakage, and where very long-term reliable performance is essential. Examples are fountains, pools, planters, shower and safe pans, tile tubs, and similar installations where the membrane is inaccessible once construction is complete.
ASME A112.19.2M - VITREOUS CHINA PLUMBING FIXTURES - SUPPLEMENT 1 - JUNE 2000 Organization: ASME
Date: 1998-11-25
Description: Also given are definitions and test methods which shall be used to establish minimum acceptable quality standards. Fixtures referenced in this Standard include water closets, lavatories, urinals, bidets, service sinks, drinking fountains, and institutional application fixtures.
ASME A112.19.9M - NON-VITREOUS CERAMIC PLUMBING FIXTURES - SUPPLEMENT 1: 2002 Organization: ASME
Date: 1991-08-30
Description: Also given are definitions, inspection methods, and tests which establish generally acceptable quality standards. Fixtures included in this Standard are water closet tanks, lavatories, urinals without integral trap, bidets, bathtubs, shower receptors, kitchen and bar sinks, service sinks, and drinking fountains.

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