Plumber's Licensing Study Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 1, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 499 pages
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Ace the journeyman and master plumbing exams with help from a top pro Now, R. Dodge Woodson, a Master Plumber with 25 years of field and classroom experience, focuses his expertise to help you succeed on the Journeyman and Master plumbing exams. He’s packed Plumber’s Licensing Study Guide with everything you need to know in order to pass the first time, including coverage of both the Uniform and International Plumbing Codes, over 300 visual references to show you how to use the illustrations found in your local codebook to solve exam questions, and much, much more. A necessity for apprentices wishing to become journeyman plumbers and journeyman plumbers who wish to become master plumbers, this powerful, one-of-a-kind study tool builds your confidence, skills, and knowledge, helping you: Develop skill with material most likely to appear on your exam Practice with hundreds of exam-style multiple-choice and true/false questions and answers

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Contents

GENERAL REGULATIONS
19
FIXTURES
47
WATER HEATERS
67
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R. Dodge Woodson (Fort Fairfield, ME) is the owner of Advanced Plumbing in Fort Fairfield, Maine. He is a licensed Master Plumber with over 25 years of experience in the field (21 years as a self-employed plumbing contractor). Mr. Woodson has taught both plumbing code and apprenticeship classes at Central Maine Technical College. He is frequently interviewed on radio shows and is the author of numerous books, including McGraw-Hill's Plumber's and Pipe Fitter's Calculations.

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