Plumbing installation

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Plumbing installation

  1. 1. Plumbing is the system ofpipes and drains installed in abuilding for the distribution ofpotable drinking water andthe removal of waterbornewastes, and the skilled tradeof working with pipes, tubingand plumbing fixtures in suchsystems. A plumber issomeone who installs orrepairs pipingsystems, plumbing fixturesand equipment such as waterheaters.
  2. 2. Water systems of ancient times relied on gravity for the supply of water, using pipes or channels usually made of clay, lead, bamboo wood or stone. Now we use plastic pipes, but before we used cooperCooper PipesLead PipesPVC pipes and lead pipes.
  3. 3. In addition to the The piping andstraight pipe or plumbingtubing, many fittings andfittings are valves articlesrequired in discuss theseplumbing systems, featuressuch as valves, further.elbows, tees, andunions.
  4. 4. Located at theentrance of thehouse, readingallows to know thecost of watermade ​for her. Itbelongs to the watersupply company.
  5. 5. Internal keys are inside the pipes that allowwater to disrupt the flow circuit and isolateareas.
  6. 6. Pressure Reducing ValveThere are two types ofwater pressure reducing They are used tovalves, direct acting and increase or decreasepilot operated. Both use the pressure insideglobe or angle stylebodies. Valves used on the pipes assmaller piping diameter consumption needs.units are cast frombrass.
  7. 7. Two Types of water´s circuitsHot water Cold water circuit circuit
  8. 8. Gravity hot watersystem (is one of the most used)This is a traditionalopen vented systemwith gravity feddomestic hot waterheating (DHW) andcentral heating thatis pumped aroundthe system.
  9. 9.  Toilet. Diswasher(in cold) Tap Shower And Cleaning.
  10. 10. TPMB

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