1 Dominic i Barbato Dpt. Of Building and Safety (818) b
2 2011 Los Angeles Plumbing Code LAPC changes from 2008
3 2011 Los Angeles Plumbing Code Consists of the following: 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code 2010 California Plumbing Code 2011 Los Angeles Plumbing Code Amendments
4 CHAPTER 1 Administration
5 CHAPTER 1 - Administration Types of Plans Required to be Submitted.
6 CHAPTER 1 - Administration c. Systems utilizing cross-linked polyethylene tubing (PEX) requiring a 2-inch or larger supply or when required by the conditions of approval of the City of Los Angeles Mechanical Testing Laboratory Research Report. d. Systems utilizing CPVC piping requiring a 2- inch or larger supply or when required by the conditions of approval of the City of Los Angeles Mechanical Testing Laboratory Research Report. LARR
7 CHAPTER 3 General Regulations
8 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures
9 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures All plumbing fixtures shall meet the following flow rate requirements: FIXTURE TYPE Shower heads Lavatory faucets private use Lavatory faucets public use Metered faucets Kitchen faucets MAXIMUM FLOW RATE 2 gpm 1.5 gpm 0.5 gpm 0.25 gallons per cycle 2.2 gpm
10 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures FIXTURETYPE TYPE Pre rinse spray valves in commercial kitchen All other faucets Wash fountains Water closets Urinals Domestic dishwasher MAXIMUM FLOW RATE 1.6 gpm 2.2 gpm 2.2 gpm 1.28 gallons per flush gallons per flush Commercialdishwashers See Table gallons per washing cycle
11 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures TABLE 4 0 WATER USE FOR COMMERCIAL DISHWASHER WATER USE 12 1,2 TYPE High Temperature Max gal per rack Conveyer Door Under counter CHEMICAL Max gal per rack
12 Green Code
13 1500 Square feet 3 bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms and a kitchen: Fixture How many Flow rate Duration Daily uses Occupants Gallons/da Type gpm minutes y Shower Lavatory Water per flush 1 mail 2male 2.56 closet 3 female 2female 7.68 Kitchen Sink gallons/day
16 10,000Square per floor office occupants 1/200 sqft=50 persons Fixture Type How many fixtures Flow rate gpm Duration minutes Daily uses Occupants Gallons/da y Lavatory 1male 0.25g per cycle female Water 2 male 1.28 per flush 1 male 25 male 32 closet 3 female 3 female 25 female 96 Urinals 1 2 per flush 2 25 mails gallons/day
17 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures 1. The maximum water use per washing cycle for high efficiency domestic dishwashers shall be gallons. 2. All installed dishwashers shall be Energy Star rated.
19 NONWATER URINAL REQUIRMENTS Listed fixture that meets ASME A Follow cleaning and maintenance procedures established by the manufacturer. Provide water distribution line rough-in to the urinal location to allow for the installation of an approved backflow prevention device in the event of a retrofit.
20 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures (Cont) (5) Provide water distribution and fixture supply piping, sized as required elsewhere in this code, roughed-in immediately adjacent to each waterless urinal fixture installed. For additional information, see the California Health and Safety Code Section
21 CHAPTER 4 Plumbing Fixtures Metered faucets - All faucets in public restrooms shall be self-closing or self-closing metering faucets.
22 CHAPTER 5 Water Heaters
23 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply
24 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply Hot and Cold Water Required. In occupancies where plumbing fixtures are installed for private use, hot water shall be required for bathing, washing, laundry, cooking gpurposes, p dishwashing or maintenance.
25 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply (Cont) In occupancies where plumbing fixtures are installed for public use, hot water shall be required for bathing and washing purposes.
26 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply (Cont) This requirement shall not supersede the requirements for individual temperature control limitations for public lavatories, bathtubs, whirlpool bathtubs and shower control valves.
27 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply Approved plastic materials shall be permitted to be used in water service pp piping, provided that where metal water service piping is used for electrical grounding purposes, replacement piping therefore shall be of like materials. Exception: Where a grounding system acceptable to the Authority Having Jurisdiction is installed, inspected, and approved, metallic pipe shall be permitted to be replaced with nonmetallic pipe.
28 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply Plastic water service Plastic materials for water service piping outside underground shall have a blue insulated copper tracer wire or other approved conductor installed adjacent to the piping.
29 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply Water pipes, plumbing fittings, fixtures, solder, and flux with lead content shall comply with the California Health and Safety Code Section
30 CHAPTER 6 Water Supply 2 The use of PEX-AL-PEX in potable water supply ppy systems is not adopted PEX-AL-PEX is not adopted for use in potable water supply and distribution PEX-AL-PEX is not adopted for use in potable water supply and distribution PEX-AL-PEX is not adopted for use in potable water supply and distribution.
32 CHAPTER 7 Sanitary Drainage
33 CHAPTER 7 Sanitary Drainage The unit equivalent of plumbing fixtures shown in Table 7-3 shall be based on the size of the trap required, and the unit equivalent of fixtures and devices not shown in Table 7-3 shall be based on the size of trap or trap arm. Rated discharge capacity in GPM (gallons per minute) in accordance with Table 7-4.
34 CHAPTER 7 Sanitary Drainage Maximum drainage fixture units for a fixture trap and trap arm loadings for sizes up to four (4) inches are as follows:
35 CHAPTER 8 Indirect Waste
36 CHAPTER 8 Indirect Waste Each waste pipe receiving or intended to receive the discharge of any fixture into which acid or corrosive chemical is placed, and each vent pipe connected thereto, shall be constructed t of Chlorinated Poly(vinyl- l chloride) (CPVC), Polypropylene (PP), Polyvinylidene y Fluoride (PVDF), chemical- resistant glass, high-silicon iron pipe, or lead pipe with a wall thickness of not less than one-eighth (1/8) inch; an approved type of ceramic glazed or unglazed vitrified clay; or other approved corrosion-resistant materials.
37 CHAPTER 9 Vents
38 CHAPTER 9 Vents Wet Venting.
39 CHAPTER 9 Vents Vertical Wet Venting.
40 CHAPTER 9 Vents Horizontal Wet Venting for Bathroom Groups
43 CH 10 Traps & Interceptors
44 CH 10 Traps & Interceptors Bladders, check valves or any other Bladders, check valves or any other type of devices with moveable parts shall be prohibited to serve as a trap.
45 CH 10 Traps & Interceptors Trap Seals. Each fixture trap shall have a water liquid seal of not less than two (2) inches and not more than four (4) inches, except where a deeper seal is found necessary by the Authority Having Jurisdiction. Traps shall be set true with respect to their water liquid seals and, where necessary, they shall be protected from freezing.
46 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage
47 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage All rainwater shall drain by gravity to a place of disposal satisfactory to the Department. If the rainwater cannot be drained by gravity, discharge into a sump may be permitted. Roof drainage shall not have a direct connection to a sump having an air-tight cover.
48 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage (Cont.) The pumps shall have an audio and visual alarm, readily accessible, that signals pump failure or an overload condition. The lowest inlet shall have a minimum clearance of two (2) inches from the high-water or starting level of the sump.
49 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage Underground Building Storm Drains. Underground building storm drains shall be in accordance with the applicable standards referenced in Table 7-1 for underground drain, waste and vent pipe.
50 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage Building Storm Sewers. Building storm sewers shall be in accordance with the applicable standards referenced in Table 7-1 for building sewer pipe.
52 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage
53 Chapter 11 Storm Drainage
54 CHAPTER 12 Fuel Piping
55 Chapter 12 Fuel Piping Shutoff Valve For Laboratories. Each laboratory space containing two (2) or more gas outlets installed on tables, benches, or in hoods in educational, research, commercial and industrial occupancies shall have a single shutoff valve through which such gas outlets are supplied. The shutoff valve shall be accessible and shall be located within the laboratory or located adjacent to the laboratory s egress door and shall be identified. [NFPA 54-09: ]
56 Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing Equivalent Hydraulic Diameter EHD Value Nominal Diameter CSST Manufacturer 3/8 3/8 ½ ½ ¾ ¾ 1 1 1¼ 1¼ 1½ 1½ 2 2 Ward x x x x x x x Gastite x x x x x x x Omegaflex x x x x x x x Parker x x x x x x Tru Flex x x x x x Metal Fab x x x x x
57 Chapter 13 Medical Gas Not adopted
58 Chapter 15 Firestop Protection Not adopted
59 CH 16 Non-Potable Water Reuse Graywater Nonpotable Water Reuse Systems
60 CH 16A Part I Graywater Systems The provisions of this part shall apply to the construction, alteration, discharge, use, and repair of graywater systems.
61 CH 16 Non-Potable Water Reuse 16011A.0 Graywater Systems
62 Graywater Systems for Residential Graywater includes wastewater from: Bathtubs Showers Bathroom washbasins Clothes washing machines Laundry tubs
63 Graywater Systems for Residential Graywater DOES NOT include wastewater from: Kitchen sinks Dishwashers Bidets Tilt Toilets
64 IB Graywater Systems for Residential i Permits Exempt when: Graywater system in a one or two family dwelling Supplied only by a clothes washer All conditions of approval are met.
65 IB Graywater Systems for Residential Provide When Permits Required: Mechanical Plan Check A set of plans and specifications showing the graywater system. Approval from Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) Cross Connection Control Unit. Incorporate DPH s requirements into the drawings. Graywater systems being installed in the City of Los Angeles within the designated Hillside Grading Area require approval from LADBS Grading Division.
66 CH 16 Non-Potable Water Reuse
67 Graywater Systems for Residential Indoor use of Graywater: Currently, there are no applicable water quality standards for onsite treated graywater and no applicable third party certification standard for the onsite treatment systems.
68 CH 16A Part II Recycled Water Recycled water is non potable water that meets California Department of Public Health statewide uniform criteria for disinfected i d tertiary ti recycled water. Recycled water is also known as reclaimed water. Systems
69 CH 16A Part II Recycled Water Systems Approved for indoor commercial use. Supply water closets, urinals, trap primers for floor drains, floor sinks and other allowed uses. Require approved edplansfrom LADBS and the Public Health Department. Perform cross connectiontests. tests. Post all required signage A recycled water system shall be designed by a person registered or licensed to perform plumbing design work.
70 Chapter 17 The 2009 Uniform Swimming Pool, Spa and Hot Tub Code is hereby adopted by Reference
71 Chapter 18 The 2009 Uniform Solar Energy Code, Chapters 2 through 8, is hereby adopted by reference
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