Plumbing: Heating and Gas Installations

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Wiley, Jul 21, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 415 pages
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This book provides a single volume text for plumbing, heating and gas installation courses for NVQ students at levels 2 and 3.

It tackles the subject, topic by topic, in double page spreads of text and illustrations so that the reader can grasp essentials quickly and easily.

Special features include:

  • concise text

  • lots of clear illustrations

  • a self assessment section

  • a problem solving section

The new edition takes into account changes in the industry since the book was first published, including the Gas Safety Regulations 1998 and the Water Supply Regulations 1999. Additional topics have been added to assist the trainee.

The book will also be useful as a concise reference for the trained plumber.

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About the author (2000)

Ray Treloar spent a number of years working in the mechanical services industry before becoming a lecturer in 1985. He has since gone on to complete his Degree in Further Education, the Diploma in Management and the Higher National certificate in Building Studies. Currently he is Section Head responsible for all mechanical engineering services courses run at Colchester Institute and is an external verifier for the City and Guilds 6019 plumbing scheme.

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