An efficient plumbing system starts with a design that saves water and energy resources. A good design incorporates short runs between plumbing fixtures and uses state-of-the art materials. A plumbing design must include two systems: the system that supplies water and the system that gets rid of waste. The drain system also has vent stacks that allow drainpipes to breathe and move sewer waste through the sewer pipes.

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Course Standards
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  • IPC Standards
  • Pipe Sizing Manual & with Excel
  • Central Heater Selection
  • Pump Selection (Xylem Website)
  • Garden Sprinkler System
  • Fountain System
  • Designing of Septic Tank
  • Grease & Oil Interceptor
  • Sump Pit Sizing
  • AutoCAD
  • Autodesk Design Review
  • Pipe sizing excel program
  • Pump selection excel program
  • Villa project
  •  Factory project
  •  Office project
  • Live online Training
  • Classroom Training
  • Video Courses
  • Gulf experience faculty
  • Digital classroom
  • Basic to advance level
  • Concept based training
  • Software calculation
  • Interactive sessions
  • Updated syllabus
  • Motivation
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  Introduction
  Introduction to building services
  Introduction to plumbing
  Introduction to standard societies
  • What is plumbing code?
  • Why plumbing code?
  • Plumbing systems
  • Simple chemistry of water
  • Source of water
  • Hard & soft water

Chapter 1: Plumbing Fixtures

  Overview
  Reading architecture layout
  What is plumbing fixture
  Bathroom & toilet fixture:
  • WC – european or western
  • WC – eastern or indian or arabic
  • Universal
  Flushing system of wc & urinal
  • Gravity flush tank
  • Flush o meter tank
  • Flush valve
  Lavoratory 
  • Single lavoratory
  • Lavoratory with pedestal
  • Lavoratory tray
  • Bathtub
  • Whirlpool bathtub
  Shower head
  Shower tray
  Bidet
  Floor drain
  Urinal
  Kitchen sink, service sink
  Dish washer
  Ablution tap
  Electronic flush valve
  Drinking fountain
  Cooling tower
  Water tap
  Hose bib
  Faucet
  Wall mixture 
  Tap
  Hose for WC (or) water hose 

  Chapter 2: Plumbing Equipments

  Types of pumps:
  • Transfer pump
  • Booster – main booster, hydro   booster
  • Hwcp
  • Submersible pump
  Pressure tank
  Dish washer 
  Heater
  • Unit water heater 
  • Central heater or boiler
  Grease interceptor & grease trap
  Hair interceptor
  Oil interceptor

  Chapter 3: Pipe Fittings & Accessories
  Elbow 
  Tee
  Cross
  Reducer 
  Coupling
  Union
  Nipple
  Mechanical sleeve
  Plug & cap
  Adaptor
  Wye
  Accessories
  Gate valve or isolating valve
  Globe valve
  Angle valve
  Pressure reducing valve
  Water hammer arrestor
  Strainer
  Float valve
  Foot valve
  Non-return valve
  Flexible connection
  Automatic air vent
  Pressure gauge

  Chapter 4: Pipe Material

  GI
  Copper
  PVC
  CPVC
  UPVC
  PPR
  Polybutylene
  Pex
  Hdpe

  Chapter 5: Basics of Fluid Mechanics

  Types of flow
  • Laminar 
  • Turbulent
  Types of water: portable, sweet,   hard water
  Continuity equation
  Hazen william formula
  Manning’s formula

  Chapter 6: Water Supply in Buildings
  Direct water supply
  Direct pump system 
  Hydro pneumatic system
  Over head tank distribution
  Gravity + booster pump system

  Chapter 7: Fixture unit
  Fixture unit
  • Wsfu
  • Dfu
  Manual pipe sizing

  Chapter 8: Project
  Villa project “A” with central   heater system
  Pipe sizing by Excel.

  Chapter 9: Tank Sizing

  Rectangular
  Circular or random

  Chapter 10: Heater Selection

  Unit water heater sizing & selection
  Central heater sizing & selection

  Chapter 11: Pump Selection

  Sizing of transfer pump
  Sizing of booster pump
  Hot water circulating pump

Chapter 12: Garden Water Sprinkler System
Chapter 13: Garden Water Fountain

 

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  CHAPTER 14: DRAINAGE SYSTEM
  TYPES OF PIPES
  • SOIL PIPE
  • WASTE PIPE
  • VENT PIPE
  • PRESSURE PIPE
  TYPES OF SYSTEM
  • SINGLE STACK SYSTEM (OR)   SINGLE PIPE SYSTEM
  • DOUBLE STOCK SYSTEM (OR)   DOUBLE PIPE SYSTEM
  TYPES OF TRAPS
  • S-TRAP
  • P-TRAP
  • DRUM TRAP
  • BELL TRAP
  • BOTTLE TRAP
  SLOPE IN DRAINAGE
  MANHOLE SIZING
  • RECTANGULAR
  • CIRCULAR
  DRAINAGE PIPE SIZING BY I.P.C
  VENT PIPE SIZING
  STORM WATER PIPE SIZING
  DESIGN OF SEPTIC TANK
  DESIGN OF GREASE INTERCEPTOR
  SUMP PIT SIZING

 

  • Introduction to AutoCAD
  • What is What on CAD Screen
  • Autocad Coordinate System
  • Angle Measurement System
  • Drawing Setup
  • Line Command-Absolute and Relative Method
  • Polar and Direct Distance                  Method
  • Function Keys Part 1
  • Function Keys Part 2
  • PolyLine
  • Construction Line
  • Circle
  • Rectangle
  • Ellipse
  • Polygon
  • Point
  • Smooth PolyLine and Revision   Clouds
  • Selection Methods
  • Copy and Move
  • Rotate and Offset
  • Mirror, Scale, Block and Explode
  • Stretch, Break and Join
  • Fillet and Chamfer
  • Lengthen and Reverse
  • Trim and Extend
  • Rectangular and Polar Array
  • Divide, Measure and Align
  • Inquiry Commands- Measure   Tools
  • Zoom Commands
  • Creating Isometric Drawing
  • Central Line and Drawing                  Properties
  • Object Properties
  • Dimensioning in AutoCAD
  • Dimension Command
  • Dimension Style
  • Single line and Multiline Text
  • Creating Layers
  • Layouts
  • Printing & Ploting
  • External Refrence

           · Basic Exercises

          · Advance Exercises

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  1. Introduction to Estimation
  2. Departments in Estimation
  3. Tree Diagram for Estimation
  4.  Units & Conversions
  5. Legends and Abbreviation
  6.Letter of intent (LOI)
  7. Steps to start the project
  8.Floating the enquiries  
  9. Verifying conversion factor.
  10.Water side Extraction With  project
  11. Drainage Side Extraction with   project 
  12. B.O.Q Comparison.
  13.Entering in Negotiation Matrix
 

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