Water Conservation Toilets 0.8 GPF
402.8 Installation. Fixtures shall be installed in accordance
with the manufacturer’s installation instructions.
402.9 Design and Installation of Plumbing Fixtures.
Plumbing fixtures shall be installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s installation instructions. The means of backflow
prevention shall not be compromised by the designated
fixture fitting mounting surface.
What is the GPM of your shower head?
Does your toilet have a Flapper or Pig Nose?
What do you call your toilet? Commode or Water Closet?
Does your kitchen sink or lavatory faucet have one of these?
401.3 Water-Conserving Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings.
401.3.1 General. The maximum water consumption of
fixtures and fixture fittings in new buildings shall comply with the flow rates specified in Table 401.3
608.5 Discharge Piping. The discharge piping serving a
temperature relief valve, pressure relief valve, or combination of
both shall have no valves, obstructions, or means of isolation
and be provided with the following: Reference 2021 OPSC
603.5.12 Beverage Dispensers. Potable water supply
to beverage dispensers, carbonated beverage dispensers,
or coffee machines shall be protected by an air
gap or a vented backflow preventer that complies with
ASSE 1022. For carbonated beverage dispensers, piping
material installed downstream of the backflow preventer
shall not be affected by carbon dioxide gas. Reference 2021 OPSC
603.5.16 Special Equipment. Portable cleaning
equipment and dental vacuum pumps shall be protected
from backflow by an air gap, an atmospheric vacuum
breaker, a spill-resistant vacuum breaker, or a reduced
pressure principle backflow preventer. Reference 2021 OPSC
603.5.6.3 Systems with Chemical Injectors.
Where systems include a chemical injector or provisions
for chemical injection, the potable water supply
shall be protected by a reduced-pressure principle
backflow prevention assembly (RP).
104.1 Permits Required. It shall be unlawful for a person,
firm, or corporation to make an installation, alteration, repair,
replacement, or remodel a plumbing system regulated by this
code except as permitted in Section 104.2, OAR Chapter 918,
Division 100, and OAR 918-780-0035, or to cause the same
to be done without first obtaining a separate plumbing permit
for each separate building or structure.
What do you call the bathroom sink? Lavatory or Face Bowl?
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