1 RBC306.2 Scope. The Plumbing Code shall apply to the erection, installation, alteration, repair, relocation, replacement, addition to or use of plumbing systems within the Jurisdiction. The Regional Building Department yields jurisdiction over to the local purveyors for matters and inspections relating to water and sewer services at a point 30inches beyond the exterior walls of the structure, or the water meter, as well as interceptor and separator requirements. In the event no purveyor exists Regional Building Department will assume jurisdictional responsibilities as set out in this code Additions, alterations, repairs and replacement of plumbing systems shall comply with the provisions for new systems. REBUTAL, the newly proposed wording is not necessary, it will have a negative impact on the code. Yielding jurisdiction to local purveyors does not mean that minimum code will be enforced. Independent purveyors may have standards that do not meet minimum code. RBC Repairs and Alterations. RBC In existing buildings or premises in which plumbing installations are to be altered, repaired or renovated; deviations from the provisions of the Plumbing Code are permitted, provided such deviations are found to be necessary and are first approved by the Building Official. RBC All openings into a drainage or vent system, excepting those openings to which plumbing fixtures are properly connected or which constitute vent terminals, shall be permanently plugged or capped in an approved manner, using the appropriate materials required by the Plumbing Code. REBUTAL, this amendment is covered RBC and RBC Existing Construction. No provision of the Plumbing Code shall be deemed to require a change in any portion of a plumbing or drainage system or any other work regulated by the Plumbing Code in or on an existing building or lot when such work was installed and is maintained in accordance with the law in effect prior to the effective date of the Plumbing Code, except when any such plumbing or drainage system or other work regulated by the Plumbing Code is determined by the Building Official to be in fact dangerous, unsafe, unsanitary or a nuisance and menace to life, health or property. REBUTAL, this amendment is covered in RBC RBC Conflicts between codes. When the requirements of the Plumbing Code conflict with the requirements of other codes in matters pertaining to plumbing, the Plumbing Code shall prevail REBUTAL, amendment not necessary, this was applicable when the Uniform Plumbing Code was in affect, and is covered in RBC306.3 Code adopted by reference. There is hereby adopted by reference the International Plumbing Code of the International Code Council, Inc, 4051 West Flossmoor Road, Country Club Hills, Il; , 2003 edition. Three copies of the Code are now filed in the office of the Clerk of the Jurisdiction and may be inspected during regular business hours. The Code is being adopted as if set out at length, to include appendices B, D, E and F, save and except the following which are declared to be non-applicable and therefore expressly deleted: 1. Chapter 1, Administration except Section Chapter 5, Water Heaters. 3. Chapter 12, Special Piping 4. Appendices A, C, D, and G. REBUTAL, appendix D is required because it gives us the climatology for this region regarding freeze protection. Appendix G (Vacuum Drainage Systems) is a new technology now being used in remodels, needs rewritten.
2 RBC306.4 Additions and modifications. The adopted Code is subject to the following additions and modifications: REBUTAL, this amendment will not be needed by eliminating the next amendment. RBC Section Terms defined in other codes. Delete ICC Electrical Code and replace with National Electrical Code. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend, because the RBC adopts the NEC. RBC Section Prohibited locations. Delete the exception and replace with the following: Exception: Floor drains; sumps and sump pumps shall be permitted at the base of the shaft and shall discharge to the storm drain or exterior of the structure. REBUTAL, the 2009 rewrites this section and is now covered in section RBC Table Delete table and replace with the following: PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS REQUIRING THIRD-PARTY TESTING AND THIRD PARTY CERTIFICATION PRODUCT OR MATERIAL Potable water supply system components and potable water fixture fittings THIRD-PARTY CERTIFIED THIRD-PARTY TESTED Sanitary drainage and vent system components Waste fixture fittings Storm drainage system components Plumbing fixtures Plumbing appliances Backflow prevention devices Water Distribution system safety devices Special waste system components Plastic pipe, fittings and pipe related components Plastic pipe, fittings and pipe related components Plastic pipe, fittings and pipe related components All others All others All other REBUTAL, this table is amended for Plumbing Fixtures and Special Wastes. Asking for Third Party Certified is more than minimum code and conflicts with products currently available on the market today. RBC Section Pipes through or under footings or foundation walls. Delete the last sentence and replace with the following: The minimum annular space between the pipe and the sleeve shall be 1/2 inch. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend and redefine for ½. Current verbage of two pipe sizes is not restrictive.
3 RBC Table Hanger spacing. Add footnote c reading: c. 4 inch and smaller cast iron pipe shall be supported at every joint, pipe larger than 4 inch, at every other joint. REBUTAL, too restrictive. Footnote A allows ten-foot intervals, conflicting with this amendment, not necessary to support every joint on piping less than 4 inch. RBC Section Sway bracing. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, (rewrite), amend to read, for pipe sizes greater than 4. This would typically apply to roof drainage, where larger piping filled with water could create issues with support. RBC Section Light and ventilation. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, this section is referenced to the applicable Building and Mechanical Codes, not necessary to amend. RBC Section Test gauges. Delete items 1, 2, and 3, replace with the following: Test pressure gauge scales shall be graduated over a range of not less than one and one-half times and not greater than four times the maximum test pressure. Gauge increments shall be no greater than one pound for tests of 10 pounds or less nor greater than 2 pounds for tests over 10 pounds. REBUTAL, (rewrite), delete items 1,2 and 3, replace with the following: 1. Tests requiring a pressure of 10 pounds per square inch (psi) (69kPa) or less shall use a 30 pound gage or less, but not less than the test pressure. 2. Tests requiring a pressure greater than 10 psi but not greater than 100 psi (689kPa) shall use a 100 pound gage or less, but not less than the test pressure. RBC Section Drainage and vent water test. Add an exception to read: Exception: An underslab plumbing base inspection may be tested with no less than a 5-foot head of water. REBUTAL, (rewrite) as follows: In the section paragraph, replace each reference to 10-foot head of water, with 5-foot head of water. RBC Section Drainage and vent final test. Delete in its entirety REBUTAL, not necessary to amend, there is no conflict with this section. Smoke testing may be necessary in some work scopes. RBC Section Gravity sewer test. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, not necessary to delete. This code section applies to piping outside the bldg. and gives guidance to the authority having jurisdiction. RBC Section Forced sewer test. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, do not delete. This section would be necessary for piping systems that cannot gravity drain. Appendix (G) Shower liner test. Where shower floors and receptors are made water-tight by the application of materials required by Section , the completed liner installation shall be tested. The pipe from the shower drain shall be plugged water tight for the test. The floor and receptor area shall be filled with potable water to a depth of not less than 2 inches (51 mm) measured at the threshold. Where a threshold of at least 2 inches (51 mm) high does not exist, a temporary threshold shall be constructed to retain the test water in the lined floor or receptor area to a level not less than 2 inches (51 mm) deep measured at the threshold. The water shall be retained for a test period of not less than 15 minutes, and there shall not be evidence of leakage. REBUTAL, delete this section. This testing is labor intensive, not conducive to cold weather, and local history reflects no need to begin testing shower pan liners.
4 RBC Section Inspection and testing of backflow prevention assemblies. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, the code section is necessary do not delete. Enforcement is conducted by State or local water purveyor. RBC Section 314 Condensate disposal. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, not necessary to delete, this code section is referenced to the Mechanical Code. RBC303.4 Section Quality of fixtures. Add a new sentence at the end of the section to read: Plumbing fixtures shall be provided with an adequate supply of potable water to flush and keep the fixtures in a clean and sanitary condition. Exception: Floor sinks and floor drains. REBUTAL, amendment not necessary. Adequate supply of water is covered in , and flushing of the fixture is in the standards. RBC Table Add the following exceptions after the footnotes: Exception: 1. Bar sinks may be substituted for drinking fountains 2. A service sink and drinking fountain are not required if separate facilities are not required for each gender. 3. Building categories not shown on this table shall be considered separately by the Building Official. REBUTAL, (rewrite), remove item 1 from the amendment. Bar sinks are typically not public accessible, other options available in RBC Section Water closets, urinals, lavatories and bidets. Add an exception to read as follows: Exception: Lavatory sidewall clearance may be reduced to 12 in R-3 occupancies. RBC Section Public lavatories. Add an exception to read Exception: E I- 4occupancies. REBUTAL, amendment not necessary. This code section only applies to toilet rooms accessed by public, or employee s. Optional design is available to restrooms outside this occupancy class. RBC Section Approval. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, amendment not necessary, industry complies with standard. RBC Section Approval. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, amendment not necessary, industry complies with standard. RBC Section Approval. Delete the last sentence. REBUTAL, delete amendment. The last sentence only substitutes 50% of the required. If only one fountain is needed, no substitutes are allowed. RBC Section Approval. Delete the first and second sentences REBUTAL, amendment not needed, industry complies with the standard. RBC Section Cultured marble lavatories. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, amendment not needed, industry complies with standards, administrative authority can approved alternative. RBC306.4 Add new section to read: Section Receptor drains. An approved flanged drain shall be installed with the shower subpans or linings. The flange shall be placed flush with the subbase and equipped with a clamping ring or other device to make a water-tight connection between the lining and the drain. The flange shall have weep holes into the drain. REBUTAL, amendment not necessary, this is covered in section , and also by using a listed fitting assembly.
5 RBC Section424.5 Bathtub and Whirlpool Bathtub Valves. Add an exception to read: Exception: Bathtubs that do not have a fixed or personal shower. REBUTAL, I respectfully (disagree). This is a life-safety issue. Do not amend. RBC Section Water quality Delete the words, prior to connection to the plumbing system in the last sentence. REBUTAL, the code intent is to supply potable water. Administrative authority assumes the water quality is potable, until proven otherwise, amendment not needed. RBC Section Disinfection of system. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, administrative authority assumes the water quality is potable, until proven otherwise, amendment not needed. RBC Section Pumps Delete the last two sentences. REBUTAL, amendment not necessary. This code section references antiquated systems, industry uses submersible pump types. RBC Section Pump enclosure Delete the first sentence REBUTAL, amendment not necessary. This code section references antiquated systems, industry uses submersible pump types. RBC Section System interconnection. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, deleting this section would allow any type of interconnection, where generally speaking the concern is for only one specific recirculating device, which is installed on existing systems and is not necessary to permit. RBC Section Water hammer. Add exception: Exception: Single family dwellings. REBUTAL, residential appliance industry addresses the issue with slow closing valves on dish & clothes washers. Ice-maker lines are only ¼ and do not cause issues. RBC Section Fittings. Delete the sentence reading: The fittings shall not have ledges, shoulders or reductions capable of retarding or obstructing flow in the piping REBUTAL, 2009 rewritten, amendment not necessary. RBC Section Prohibited joints and connections. Delete item #4. Saddle type fittings. REBUTAL, (disagree) with amendment. Saddle type fittings usually found on icemaker and humidifier installations. Installers have solderless options like shark bite fittings. Saddle type not usable on pex piping. RBC Section Location of full open valves. Change item # 4 to read: 4. On the floor branch of every water riser pipe in occupancies other than multiple-family residential occupancies that are two stories or less in height and in one and two family residential occupancies Add item #9 to read: 9. On the water supply pipe to each irrigation system REBUTAL, (rewrite), delete item #4, amendment too hard to define. Keep item #9. RBC306.4 Section Access to valves. Delete the sentence and insert: Access shall be provided to al required shutoff valves. REBUTAL, not necessary to redefine, current wording is adequate, amendment not necessary. RBC Section Piping insulation. Add exception. Exception: Where the circulating hot water system pump is controlled by an integral timer. REBUTAL, this is driven by the IECC. Not amendable here.
6 RBC Section Add an exception to read: Exception: Faucets with hose attached sprays in R occupancies shall be protected at the water supply entry with an approved backflow prevention device. REBUTAL, industry complies with code section. Covered in section 424.6, amendment not necessary. RBC Section Protection of individual water supplies. Add a period after the word contamination, delete the rest of the sentence and section. REBUTAL, need to delete the entire section. This is covered by County & State. RBC Section 610 Disinfection of potable water system. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, the code intent is to supply potable water. Administrative authority assumes the water quality is potable, until proven otherwise, amendment not necessary. RBC Section Sewer required. Delete the words in accordance with the International Private Sewage Disposal Code. REBUTAL, reference to Disposal Code is implied, if one is not available or currently in use, amendment not needed. RBC Section Building Sewers Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, code section is implied if one is not available or currently in use. Covered by local purveyor. RBC Section Manholes. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, code section is implied if one is not available or currently in use. Covered by local purveyor. RBC306.4 Section Cleanout equivalent. Add new section to read: Cleanout equivalent. A fixture trap or a fixture with integral trap, readily removable without disturbing concealed piping shall be acceptable as a cleanout equivalent. REBUTAL, (disagree), proposed amendment does not meet the codes intent. If a fixture can be removed in place of a cleanout, what is the purpose for a cleanout or the code section? RBC Table Drainage fixture units for fixtures and groups. Add footnote h to shower and the following footnote to the table: h. Size shower drains by the total flow rate through showerheads and body sprays as follows: Flow rate: Min. Trap Size 5.7 gpm and less 1-1/2 <5.7 to 12.3 gpm 2 <12.3 to 25.8 gpm 3 <25.8 to 55.6 gpm 4 REBUTAL, 2009 rewrite, on table 709.1, amendment not needed. RBC Section Commercial dishwashing machines. Delete and replace with the following: The discharge from a commercial dishwashing machine shall be through an air gap or air break into a standpipe or the tailpiece of a waste receptor. REBUTAL, the description (tail piece of a waste receptor) meets the definition of an air break, amendment not necessary. RBC306.4 Section Open hub waste receptors. Delete the words: water-impervious from the sentence. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend out (water-impervious), this is implied. RBC306.4 Section Vent termination. Delete the section and replace with: Every vent stack or stack vent shall terminate outdoors to the open air. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend. This code section applies to (pressure relief) because of multiple branch intervals, a vent stack would eventually find its way to open air.
7 RBC306.4 Section Fixture traps. Add a new exception #4 to read: 3. A three compartment commercial kitchen sink may be drained with a continues waste with the Ptrap located at the far end of the row of sinks. REBUTAL, (rewrite) last few words to read (with the Ptrap located at the end compartment). RBC Section Trap seals. Delete the second sentence and replace with: Where a trap seal is subject to loss by evaporation, a trap seal primer valve, or other approved accepted automatic method to prevent sewer gas from entering the space shall be installed. Add an exception to read: Exception: R-3 and the individual dwelling units of R-2 occupancies. REBUTAL, (rewrite). Leave approved, this word references an alternate method and material that can be granted by the administrative authority. Keep the added exception. RBC306.4 Section Oil separators required. Delete the exception and insert: Exception: An oil separator is not required in hydraulic elevator pits where an oil minder pump is installed. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend and rewrite the exception. An oil minder pump would be better than minimum code. RBC306.4 Section Laundries Delete section and insert: Laundry facilities not installed within an individual dwelling unit, intended for individual family use, or a single residential type clothes washer installed in other than a dwelling unit, shall be equipped with a wire basket, screen or similar device, removable for cleaning, that prevents the passage into the drainage system of solids 0.5 inch or larger in size, string, rags, buttons, or other materials detrimental to the public or private sewage system REBUTAL, not necessary to amend and redefine. The intent is to protect the public sewer from commercial facilities, not residential type equipment. RBC Section Where required. Delete the first sentence and replace with: All roofs shall drain into a storm sewer system, or to an approved place of disposal. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend because of (combined sewer system). This system is not applicable, and the first sentence implies that a disposal method be used. RBC Section Cleanouts required. Delete the exception REBUTAL, by deleting the exception, it makes subsurface drainage systems have to comply with this section. Amendment not necessary. RBC Section Subsoil drain pipes. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, (disagree). This code section lends guidance for other installations external to the structure. RBC Section 1103 Traps. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, not necessary to delete. Code section applies to combined sewer system, and is not applicable. RBC Section Combining storm with sanitary drainage. Delete in its entirety REBUTAL, combined sewer systems are not utilized in our jurisdiction, the code section is not applicable. RBC306.4 Section Roof gutter locations. Add a new Section to read: Roof gutter locations. All roof gutter drainage systems shall be installed to the exterior of the building structure only, beyond the furthest edge of a sloped roof. Roof gutters shall not be installed to the inside of parapet walls or similar construction. REBUTAL, interior collection systems are not defined as roof gutter. These types of designs are necessary in metal building structures. Do not amend. RBC306.4 Section Size of roof gutters. Add an exception to read: Exception: One and two family dwellings shall comply with the International Residential Code. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend. Residential gutter installations exceed minimum requirements, code section is implied.
8 RBC306.4 Section Size of secondary drains. Add two sentences to the end of the subsection reading: Scuppers shall be sized per table Secondary drain openings shall not be more than 2 inches above the inlet level of the primary drain. REBUTAL, amendment not needed. Historically there is no evidence that suggests scupper sizing and installation requires new definition. RBC Section 1108 Combined sanitary and storm system. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, combined sewer systems are not utilized in our jurisdiction, the code section is not applicable. RBC Section 1111 Subsoil drains. Delete in its entirety. REBUTAL, not necessary to delete, this code section lends guidance for other applications external to the structure. RBC Section 1112 Building Subdrains. Delete and replace with the following: Building Storm Subdrains. REBUTAL, not necessary to amend and define (Storm) subdrains. This code section is in the storm drain section and is only applicable in this section.
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