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2018 UPC Chapter 8 (online)

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Indirect wastes are required, in certain situations, to insure that equipment and fixtures are protected from unsanitary conditions that could result from being directly connected to the sanitary drainage system. It is critical that fixtures and equipment used in the preparation and dispensing of food and beverages kept free from contamination. Stills and sterilizing devices present another challenge to the plumber. Indirect wastes not only protect fixtures, they are used to protect the sanitary system from steam and hot water damage. The study of indirect wastes is not only a study of plumbing, it is a study of safety. This class has been approved by the Iowa Plumbing and Mechanical Systems Board for two hours of plumbing code.
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kirkwood.edu

Instructor
Lon Schwickerath 

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Please read:  This class has been approved by the Iowa Plumbing and Mechanical Systems Board for two hours of plumbing code. Your log in information will be sent to you via email within 1 hour after registration. Email subject line: 2018 UPC Chapter 8 (online) log in information. This class starts upon registration and must be completed within 30 days.

Tuition: 

$59.00


Registration Closes On
Sunday, July 1, 2018 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
N/A - Online Lon Schwickerath 

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