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Plumbing 101 - Learning about DIY plumbing with Coach Tim
 
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Watch video! If you planning a plumbing project - this is a must. Watch the full video to learn about Plumbing and the concepts you'll need to know in your home renovation project. Learn from DIY expert Tim. Plumbing follows the basic laws of nature -- gravity, pressure, water seeking its own level. Knowing this, you can understand its "mysteries" and make dozens of fixes to your home's plumbing system. You can save yourself time, trouble, and money!
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Plumbing Diagrams - Building Systems
 
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To learn more about this subject, visit http://blackspectacles.com/courses/ If you’re a member of AIA, make sure to visit http://www.aia.org/areprep/ for an exclusive discount code off of a membership to the AIA ARE Prep Curriculum, powered by Black Spectacles. In this video from our Building Systems Exam prep course, Mike Newman discusses diagrams for the plumbing systems of a building and what concepts you should know for the Building Systems Exam, such as: -Waste Piping -Vent Piping -Traps -Siphon -Gravity/Slope -Cleanouts Mike will go over each of these concepts and offer his unique insight into not only the thought process behind the concept, but what you need to understand about these concepts when taking the exam.
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How to Draw Plumbing Lines on a Floor Plan : Plumbing Repairs
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel Drawing plumbing lines on a floor plan is a great way to make sure that your project is ready to go. Draw plumbing lines on a floor plan with help from a contractor with over ten years of experience in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Joshua Clement Series Description: You'd be surprised by just how many of the plumbing problems in your home you can fix inexpensively on your own. Get tips on various types of plumbing repairs with help from a contractor with over ten years of experience in this free video series.
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Basics of Your Home's Plumbing - The Home Depot
 
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See more: http://thd.co/XRUzQL Learn about the secret life of your home's plumbing system, including how water flows into your home and how the drainage system flows into the main stack. Discover tips on how to improve your water pressure as well as how to clean out clogs. For more DIY information, visit http://www.homedepot.com/knowhow
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Revit MEP Lesson 45: Plumbing in Revit 2017 PART 1
 
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Please like my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/learningwithrich/about/ For exercises files, please go to this blog site and SUPPORT: https://learningwithrich.wordpress.com/support-me/ To directly chat with me: - Install CHATSAUCE to your iOS or Android device. Add my number: +64211868270 To install CHATSAUCE: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chatsauce/id1169075504?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.vsionteq.chatsauce For tutorial on how to use CHATSAUCE, link is below: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=4UFSv8cUzg8 - Install QUIPSPHERE to your iOS or Android device. Look for the Sphere "@BIMolography" and join to that sphere. To add me to your QUIPSPHERE, look for "Halftone". That is my username there. To install QUIPSPHERE: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/ph/app/quipsphere/id1091149638?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.uly.quipsphere For tutorial on how to use QUIPSPHERE, link is below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69qCSju0qkU
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AutoCAD MEP tutorial: Setting up a plumbing drawing | lynda.com
 
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Need to get started with setting up a plumbing drawing in AutoCAD MEP? Start here! This tutorial explains how to start a new drawing from a basic AutoCAD MEP template, change the display configuration to plumbing, and save it in a convenient location. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/AutoCAD-MEP-tutorials/AutoCAD-MEP-Essential-Training/165498-2.html?utm_campaign=bx1BYFVHo2s&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned. This tutorial is a single movie from the AutoCAD MEP Essential Training course by lynda.com author Eric Wing. The complete course is 3 hours and 11 minutes and shows how to design the systems—mechanical, electrical, and plumbing—that connect buildings to the outside world with AutoCAD MEP. AutoCAD MEP Essential Training table of contents Introduction 1. Referencing Other Trades, and Project Setup 2. Electrical 3. HVAC 4. Plumbing 5. Detailing 6. Sections and Elevations 7. Display Configuration and Style Manager 8. Systems Conclusion
Plumbing in Revit MEP Beginner Tutorial
 
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Subscribe for more! Please Like this Tutorial! In this tutorial I show you how to do a basic, simple MEP plumbing system in revit, I add the connectors, the plumbing fixtures, piping and all else. Revit Shortcuts: GR - Grid RE - Scale EL - Elevation VR - View Range CL - Structural Column MM - Mirror (pick axis) DM - Mirror (draw axis) UN - Project Units WA - Wall CS - Create Similar RP - Reference Plane Al - Align SL - Split Element OF - Offset TR - Trim/Extend AR - Array CO - Copy TX - Text LI - Model Lines DL - Detail LInes RR - Render RY - Ray Trace GD - Graphic Display Options TL - Thin Lines GP - Group LG - Project form Group Additional Tags: pipe, piping, MEP, plumbing, fixture, connection, family, Structural, Beam, Column, Beam System, Light, family, family editor, street light, Revit, Architecture, House, Reference Plane, Detail Line, Floor,, BIM, Building Information Modeling. Building, Roof, Roof by element, Roof by extrusion, How to model a roof in revit, Revit City, Revit 2018, Revit Turorials, Revit 2017, Revit Autodesk, Revit Architecture 2017, Revit Array, Render, AutoCAD, How to model in Revit, learn Revit, Revit Biginner tutorial, Revit tutorial for Beginner, Revit MEP, Revit Structure
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PIPE FITTING USED IN PLUMBING SYSTEMS || BASIC PLUMBING FITTINGS USED IN HOUSE
 
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in this video we will discuss in brief, the types of pipe fittings used in plumbing system. You can easily understand the house water pipe fitting system by viewing this video TYPES OF PIPE FITTING USED IN PLUMBING SYSTEMS || BASIC PLUMBING FITTINGS USED IN HOUSE ===================================================== FOR MORE VIDEOS SUBSCRIBE "CIVIL ENGINEERING BASICS" ===================================================== ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ KEEP WATCHING CIVIL ENGINEERING BASIC ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ TELL ME IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT REGARDING CONTENT OF THIS VIDEO. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// THANK YOU FOR WATCHING THIS VIDEO
Plumbing Design Potable Water Part 1
 
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I fund these a few years ago on rapid share and not sure who produced them this part 1 of 2. http://autodeskmep.wordpress.com/ http://www.mep-precision-detailers.com/
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How A Plumbing System Works
 
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Plumbing 101: The basics of how a plumbing system works. Includes description of domestic pressurized system and DWV (drain-waste-vent) system. Video lists popular products used and explains in detail how venting works.
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Part 1: Plumbing code - waste and venting pipe size
 
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In Massachusetts and other jurisdictions what is the minimum size of the pipe shown in the diagram?
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4- Plumbing complete course - Water Supply and Drainage System
 
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In this Course you will learn How to Design 1- water supply system 2- Drainage System 3- Shop Drawing For plumbing System 4- Storm water System 5- Vent System
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How to Fix Common Leaks | Basic Plumbing
 
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Watch more Basic Plumbing videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513656-How-to-Fix-Common-Leaks-Basic-Plumbing Okay. So I'm going to talk for a few minutes about how to fix some of the most common plumbing leaks that you might see in your home or business. Okay. But first, before I go into that I should talk about the types of joints that you have. When we say "joints" in the plumbing world, we're talking about connections between pipes of like or unlike materials. So one of the most common is what we call an IPS joint. IPS stands for iron pipe size, this being an iron pipe. This is most likely found in gas, which is a no-no, so stay away from it. But this also translates to other pipes, too. You could have a brass pipe, all right, exactly the same as this, which is called a nipple, but this would be made out of brass. That would found in a water distribution system. Okay. This is a three-quarter IPS steel nipple. You could just as samely have a three-quarter IPS brass nipple. So let's just assume that this nipple is brass. Okay. And when you have a leak on something like this, as long as it's not decayed or old or banged-up or dented or otherwise destroyed, okay, you can seal that leak by doing two things. One is Teflon tape. Okay. This is a non-sticky type of sealing tape. Okay. I always try to take the first few inches of it off and get rid of it, because it's been dusty. Okay. What you want to do is you can see that tape is just kind of laid on the tip of my finger. I would take the pipe that I'm going to be sealing and wrap the tape around it three times. One, in the direction of the joint so turning clockwise, two, three. A lot of amateurs and homeowners will try to mummify the threads of these things in tape. It's just not necessary. Three is the number. Now that could actually serve. That could be enough. But I also like to use pipe dope, the amusingly named pipe dope, or pipe thread sealant. Okay. And again, same as in my video about soldering a joint, you don't need a ton of this stuff. The first three threads are more than enough. When you take your Master Plumber's exam with the City of New York, they'll actually fail you for using too much of this. Okay. Just kind of go gently around, and make sure that you've got a film of it on these threads. So now you've got a sealed joint. Okay. Now if we were taking this, and if it were brass and we're screwing it into a fitting in the wall, we're turning it clockwise into the fitting. And you're going to feel it stop. It's going to be too much for your hands to do. That's when your trusty Channel Locks come in or a wrench. You would grab down and turn it in. A lot of people use the Incredible Hulk type strength to turn these things in. It's not necessary. These thread, you can see this side better, they're tapered. Okay. As you turn a nipple in, and IPS nipple in, those threads will bury into the fitting. You'll leave about four threads. It's enough. It's enough. You don't need to kill it. You don't need to put it in there like it's never, ever going to come out of there again. Just snug is good. If you have to do it more than that, there's something wrong. Maybe you've damaged the threads, or maybe the fitting is bad. Maybe the threads are damaged. So you don't need to kill it putting it in there. That's an IPS joint. Another type of joint that you will see in the plumbing system is a compression joint. Now a compression joint works in a very, very different mechanism. Okay. This here is what we call a three-eighths compression coupling, coupling meaning it joins two sections of three-eighths pipe together. All right. This works on a nut-and-ferrule system. This is the nut, and the ferrule, this little brass ring. What happens with this type of joint, notice the threads are only in this nut to hold the ferrule down to the pipe. It's kind of a neat way of working. They call it compression because when you slip this nut over the pipe, followed by the ferrule, now we're over a pipe and we're going to thread it onto this coupling. Okay. As you turn this nut down, that brass ring, that brass ferrule inside actually crushes down to the pipe wall. And it crushes down so tight that it effectively makes one piece of pipe. Once you crush the ferrule down to the pipe, it's on the pipe forever. If you need to make a repair, you have to get rid of it, cut in another joint, and then fix it that way. But that's another type of joint. So this would be the other side. You'd put your nut over the pipe first, followed by the ferrule. You thread it on, and then you would kind of hold that with two pair of Channel Locks or two adjustable wrenches, and just join that together. It's a very, very tight what we call a mechanical joint. This is a mechanical joint. The l
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Designing the Plumbing Water supply network for a Multi Family Building complex
 
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In this video you will see how, with our plumbing design software, the designing of the whole plumbing water system for a residential complex with 4 multi-family buildings is performed. http://www.hidrasoftware.com/en/plumber-the-plumbing-design-software/
How to read blueprints and floor plans.
 
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http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by Step tutorial about how to read floor plans and blueprints. A floor plan (floorplan) in architecture and building engineering is a diagram, usually to scale, of the relationships between rooms, spaces and other physical features at one level of a structure. Dimensions are usually drawn between the walls to specify room sizes and wall lengths. Floor plans will also include details of fixtures like sinks, water heaters, furnaces, etc. Floor plans will include notes to specify finishes, construction methods, or symbols for electrical items. Similar to a map the orientation of the view is downward from above, but unlike a conventional map, a plan is understood to be drawn at a particular vertical position (commonly at about 3 feet above the floor). Objects below this level are seen, objects at this level are shown 'cut' in plan-section, and objects above this vertical position within the structure are omitted or shown dashed. Plan view or "planform" is defined as a vertical orthographic projection of an object on a horizontal plane, like a map. This video applies to a commercial or residential construction project.
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3 Tips on How to Buy Plumbing Fixtures | Basic Plumbing
 
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Watch more Basic Plumbing videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513663-3-Tips-on-How-to-Buy-Plumbing-Fixtures-Basic-Plumbing At the risk of having a contract taken out on my life by the home centers, I'm going to give you a few tips on buying new plumbing fixtures when you're doing your bathroom over or replacing a faucet or replacing a shower valve. A lot of people have a terrible mindset of to buy the 100 dollar valve. Please don't do this. You get really ... you truly get what you pay for when you buy a piece of junk valve or faucet or something like that. You know, you can take one faucet for 40 dollars from Home Depot versus one from the Plumbing Supply and you can feel the weight of them, okay? Buy them directly from a faucet retailer, buy them online, do your research, stay with the big names: Kohler, Moen, American Standard. Try to stay away from the Home Center, Big Box store, stuff like Price Fister and the cheaper faucets like that. Spend more than you'd expect to on faucets, fixtures, and things especially when it's going inside a wall. The saddest part is when you get a factory defect shower valve. You've got the tile down and you've got your tile man doing an expensive tile job. You have the walls open, your plumber installs the brass valve body and the water's off until the tile gets put up, okay? When the tile gets put up you turn the water on, you find out that the factory shipped valve has been cracked in half or compromised or whatever. Sure, Home Depot and Lowe’s will give you a new valve but they're not going to give you a new tile job, Okay? When a plumber, generally speaking, comes and does a job for you all the materials he supplies they're going going to be high quality, one, and two they're going to be warrantied by him, okay? So don't go cheap on stuff like that, stay with the good stuff. Conversely, when you're going high, end a lot of people like to get the 1500 - 2000 dollar valves, which is fine, they ... generally speaking you can spend some really good money on really good equipment for your bathroom and you're going to love it. However, if they manufacturer is located in Tuscany and you need parts for it, or they ship the wrong parts, or whatever, do your due diligence, make sure you have access to the components of these valves. Make sure you have access to a sales rep in case you have a problem because nobody wants to have a bathroom on the verge of being finished that's being held up by a silly little nut or a washer or a missing handle or something like that. Okay so spend money on your plumbing fixtures, don't go the cheap option. Cheap might work elsewhere in the world but it does not work with plumbing fixtures.
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AutoCAD MEP 2014: Creating a Plumbing System
 
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http://www.autodesk.com/autocadmep Create a 2D schematic plumbing system.
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What it's like to be an Apprentice Plumber
 
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Barry Adamson describes his journey to a job as a plumber. After leaving school he worked in an office drawing legal deed plans but wanted to get a trade. He was taken on by a Dunfermline company as an apprentice plumber and began attending Carnegie College, where he had to get used to the classroom after years of working. The downturn in the construction industry downturn meant he was made redundant from his plumbing apprenticeship before he completed his training, but he sent over 120 letters to other plumbing companies and was eventually taken on by A and J Glass.
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HOW NON RETURN VALVES WORK - Plumbing Tips
 
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk ***Facebook*** http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001119410854 ***Twitter*** https://twitter.com/#!/plumberparts This video covers how non return valves or check valves work. We tell you how to install them, where to install them and why. If you need any more help just ask! Hold tight and welcome to today's plumberparts.co.uk video. Today we are going to look at non-return valves. This is a non-return valve right here. Now firstly you will see there's an arrow. That tells you which way this valve should go. So, inside, it moves one way altogether. See that? If I blow with the arrow, it comes out. If I blow against it? Nothing comes out. Before we carry on with this video, I'd just like to apologise for my voice. I've been on a cricket tour, and I've come back, and I don't have much of a throat at the moment. I have no idea why. So, we are gonna go and have a look at where you can install one these. I'm gonna show you how to install one on a basin, and hopefully you'll learn a little bit about where you can put them, why you install them, and how they work. Right, first up we've got this sink here. Now, on one side of this sink, we've got mains cold water, and on the other side of the sink we've got a pretty poor flow on the hot water side. Now there's no non-return valve on the hot water side yet. So, what happens is, say you've got the hot water open. You open it up, there's not much coming out. You open up the cold, and it flies out at much higher pressure, and it pushes cold water back down that hot pipe. So now when I open this up, the hot is now running cold, because all that cold water's been pushed down that pipe, and wait a few minutes and it'll come back hot again. To prevent this happening, we put a non-return valve in. It'll go this way round on the hot side, and stop the cold water pushing back down that pipe and back down the system. Now I'm going to show you how to install one of these. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3 or ABC. Just two compression things, and then I'll go to the drawing board and show you schematically where you'll find one of these. So, firstly let's go under this sink and find out our hot and cold. Now I've been running the hot for a while, so that one there is nice and warm, so that's the hot now. Just get your screwdriver or whatever, and turn that off. And it's not a bad thing to turn the cold off as well just in case. Pop around here, turn that off too. Now just make sure they're both off. Nothing. So, going back under here, we've got a small little bit of copper pipe just here. We've also got our flexi. Now my plan is to pop our non-return valve here, and then add it with the flexi at the top. Just loosen that off and take that away. You're probably gonna get a little water out that's been sitting in that hose. Here we go. What I do now, because we have like-new olive on here, is take this piece of pipe out. Now we can build our new section of pipe. So firstly I'm just gonna cut a small length of the female. Pop that olive, then on that one. Next, cut another small piece of pipe, and pop that right down, as far as it will go and tighten that up. Right, gotta get that on, I'm just gonna cut this piece down, and also, it's the end of the length of copper pipe, now this bit's slightly wider, I'll often find a pipe slice makes a beautiful taper for it to push into a compression fitting. You see the difference in there, nice little taper that end, hard horrible pooey in there. Right, so now we pop a nut and olive on this end, and a nut and olive on this end. Now it's the time to make sure you've got the arrow pointing the right direction. Now we want the hot water to be coming up through, in line with this arrow. So our valve is gonna be on the bottom here, and our flexible hose is gonna be on the top here, so let's install that now. So, let's pop our, tighten this up, got that one there like that. Fortunately, I think this pipes got a bit of give in it, so we can just push right there, get our new nut and olive on and get our flexible on without it kinking. Now we will tighten up the nut and olive for our flexible. So our arrow's in the right direction, as you can see. Now we should be able to turn the water on, test for leaks, make sure everything's alright. Alright, so we've turned everything back on and tested for leaks, and there are none, I mean I'd expect nothing less from myself. I back myself not to get leaks on 15 mil copper pipe. So let's firstly see whether the hot water's got enough pressure to actually push the non-return valve open. Bear in mind that the pressure here wasn't very good in the first place, so I'm not expecting a great deal here.
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Plumbing Techniques program
 
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The Plumbing Techniques program will provide you with a variety of trade-specific skills, introducing you to installing, maintaining and repairing piping systems in residential, commercial and industrial settings, to enhance opportunities for employment. For more information, visit our website: http://flemingcollege.ca/programs/plumbing-techniques
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Plumbing & HVAC Instructor Boot Camp, Part 1 - Planning Instruction
 
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How do you know what should be taught in a class? What does DACUM mean? In this session, we examine the basics of planning and designing course content and presentations in a fast-paced webinar. You will learn various strategies to differentiate learning for students. Perfect for new instructors and seasoned instructors alike! · Turning standards into curriculum (what is available to you) · Organizing national standards into courses and lessons · Creating specifications for student performance · New strategies such as flipped classrooms, differentiated instruction, etc. Part 1 of a 4 part series designed by the PHCC Educational Foundation to improve the teaching skills of the instructors in our industry.
Natural gas pipe sizing
 
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This one covers wrought iron pipe sizing for natural gas systems. This method is the branch length method (402.4.2) and conforms to the IFGC 2009 code book. The charts are the same in the 2012 code book, just different page numbers.
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Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 Tutorial│Plumbing│Lesson 04 │ Sanitary Connections
 
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For getting this tutorial visit: https://virginiae-learning.com Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 Tutorial. Plumbing. For Hydraulic, Sanitary and Gas Installations. Lesson 04: Connecting the Sanitary Installation. Autodesk Revit MEP, as you might know, is the older brother of Autodesk Revit Architecture in thecomplex and extend subject of HVAC, electrical and hydraulic installations. For that reason, inthis particular course we’ll focus in the subject of Hydraulic, Sanitary andGas installations. So you can master this aspect of Revit MEP and apply to anytype of project, no matter how complex it might be! Revit MEP 2016 is bothpowerful and comfortable; just place the equipment and corresponding furnitureand allow Revit MEP 2016 to automatically calculate the cold water, the hotwater, the sanitary and gas installation of your project, including connectors,elbows and fixtures. But furthermore! RevitMEP will also calculate the corresponding diameters, supply and trajectories ofthe system. Also Revit MEP 2016 willquantify all the components in our installation, as well as create thecorresponding drawings. No matter the size of the project, form a smalldomestic installation to an apartment building or an entire sports center. Is almost magic! So for this course ourmain objectives will be: Design of Hydraulicand Sanitary Installation for small domestic projects. Design of Hydraulicand Sanitary Installation for medium size project; such an apartments building. Design of Gas installations. Verification of Hydraulic, Sanitary and Gas installations. Design and creation of intelligent family objects for hydraulic and sanitary installations, including valves and special equipment. Quantification and Layouts. Full templates and library objects included. Free professional online support included. For getting this full tutorial visti: http://www.virginiaelearning.com/
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2017 How to Starts Latest Broiler Poultry (Chicken) Simple very easy Method Marketing bussiness 2017
 
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HI Friends @ Broiler Poultry Farming @ Introduction of Broiler Chicken:- What is broiler? its a tender meat young chicken of male or female that grows from a hatch weight of 40 grams to a weight over approximately around 1.5 kg to 2 kg in about 6 weak time period only.Broilers today has emerged has the on of the fastest growing poultry segment with the incresed acceptence of broiler chicken meat in cities, towns, and villages the demand and consumption of broiler chicken is increasing day by day in a fast pace. In India, during the last few years. Poultry farming has taken a U-turn from a backyard venture into a fastest growing commercial sector. for achieving better profits from poultry industry. One should be aware and have good knowledge on its technicality viz. housing, breed, feed management, and over all maintenance. The poultry birds which are raised for commercial meat production are called broiler poultry. By using modern farming methods broiler chickens become suitable for consumption within their 5 to 6 weeks of age. However, see the common raising systems which are mostly used for commercial broiler poultry farming. Indoor Raising Methods: In this method broilers are kept inside a house. Rice hulls, wood shavings, peanut shells etc. are used as litter in the floor of the house. In this system the broilers are kept in a large and open house (known as grow out houses) and they become suitable for consumption within their 5 to 6 weeks of age. This types of poultry houses are well equipped with mechanical systems for delivering the feed and water to the poultry birds. Well ventilation system, coolers and heaters are must. It is very important to keep the house always dry and clean. Generally a house of 400 feet long and 40 feet wide can accommodate about 20,000 birds. One-half square feet space is required per bird. Free-Range Methods: In free-range broiler farming methods the broilers are kept like the free-range layers. The broiler breeds which grows slowly(takes more than 8 weeks for reaching slaughter weight) are suitable for raising in this systems. The main facilities of free-range farming systems is that, it allows the birds scratching, foraging, pecking and outdoor exercise. Organic Farming Methods: Organic farming method is almost the same as free-range farming systems. But the main difference is that, in organic farming methods the birds are not allowed for randomly using of in-feed or in-water medications, other food additives and synthetic amino acids. This system is very suitable for the poultry breeds which reach slaughter weight slowly(around 12 weeks). Some Popular Poultry Breeds For Farming There are some popular and mostly raised poultry birds. Among them chickens, turkeys, quails etc. are mostly raised poultry birds.
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How Much Does It Cost To Learn To Be A Plumber?
 
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Typical costs an online training program in plumbing $800 dec 2016 how long does it take to become a plumber and much cost the of certificate is between course can vary widely depending on what you need do. Gain the training you need in plumbing programs at ontario colleges industry continues to grow and can be a rewarding career. According to the bureau of labor statistics, average annual salary was per how long does it take become a master plumber? Generally, application requires fee and allows candidates for plumber license then you could do worse than. If you are how much will the tuition fees cost? It does not form any part of a contract between city college brighton and hove student pcd plumbing school offers basic courses prepare now to become plumber with our course, can learn it's done!. Plumbing courses in basic plumbing course faqs how to become a plumber. Salary 15,000 to 40,000 average per year what you'll do measuring and planning give cost time estimates; Cutting, bending you could go on take an hnd or degree become engineer results 1 20 of 25 plumbers work hard but the payoff is worthwhile. Googleusercontent search. Many plumbers progress to design, consultancy, teaching and management, making training providers who tell you that will be able register but do not in order become a certified master plumber, you'll need follow few these numbers are set stone, rather rough average of what many this license have fee associated with it, also renewed yearly learn the skills required plumber receive start your journey towards becoming gas engineer. Although apprenticeship training programs take longer to complete, students may earn a salary while they learn on the job. How much do plumbing courses cost? Plumbing training fo10 day course are fast track just money down the drain? . In contrast, plumbing schools charge a fee for much more in depth courses geared towards not all are accredited, and just because school is accredited does mean it better 3 mar 2017 our training taught by experienced tutors. Cost of plumbing training education expenses costhelper cost. Cost of plumbing training education expenses costhelper. How to become a plumber in 5 simple steps careers wiki. Plumber national careers service gov. Money plumbing schools by state how long does it take to become a master plumber? How plumber watersafe5 steps journeyman city & guilds level 2 gas course list of free courses and classes study. Duration and cost you will be amazed at how much learn in the time are with us we know what doing can do 14 may 2010 plumbing work hard to come by a basic city & guilds 6129 qualification. Plumbing programs at ontario colleges plumbing studies diploma level 2 (sept'17). Not need to repeat the gas aspect of qualification so you will only do 6 weeks). Tuition and costs will vary across programs locations. Html url? Q webcache. Costhelper plumbing school. This is a one year full time course for students wishing to study the level 2 diploma in
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Plumbing Courses Online
 
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http://PlumbingCoursesZone.com - Plumbing Courses Online - For anyone who is looking for comprehensive information concerning how much money a plumber produces, specifically what the employment job market outlook is, how to locate local plumbing lessons and more. Be certain to see http://plumbingcourseszone.com/plumbing-courses/
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Plumbing Lesson.
 
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Teaching My Son Plumbing Lessons.. Each 1 Teach 1
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Lesson 2: Underground Plumbing
 
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Learn more about Skobel Homes at http://www.skobelhomes.com Loree Schulson with Skobel Homes in Gainesville, Florida teaches Mrs. Schulson's 2nd and 3rd grade class at Parkside Elementary in Coral Springs, Florida about underground utilities and underground plumbing as they continue to follow the construction of one of the inventory homes being built in Willow Oak Plantation in Gainesville.
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Online HVAC Training
 
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Online HVAC Training - The Basic Refrigeration Cyle. Want to really learn HVAC? Visit http:www.hvactrainingsolutions.net
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Plumbing Lesson #1
 
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When unblocking sewerage pipes - never underestimate the power of gravity !!! Our plumber took this unexpected incident very well....considering !!!!
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Electrical & Plumbing - Kelungal Tharapadum "TVI"
 
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This episode of Kelungal Tharappadum on Tamil Vision Television (TVi) addresses the most common and possible Electrical and Plumbing issues in Canadian households. Did you know that a tap that leaks only one drop per second wastes about 10,000 litres of water per year? Maintain water temperature & pressure in pipelines. Avoid overloading the electric circuit, clogging the sewer system, water leakage and major water damage. Moreover, every member in the house must know the main control on electrical panel and waterline. Know the basics. Save electricity, water, energy and money !!! Special Guest: Santha Panchalingam
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AutoCAD 2D Basics - Tutorial to draw a simple floor plan (Fast and efective!) PART 1
 
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To get this plan for practicing, click on this link to download it: https://scribd.com/document/326122158/Floor-Plan-for-Practice?secret_password=3GbC5UppQPJ0TqoSlrXw Explanation of a way to draw a simple floor plan (to be effective and save time). Contents: I. Preparing my workspace before drawing. Set up Units (0:45), Add Layers (1:15), Snap mode (2:45), Grid (3:30), Object Snap (4:00) II. Draw the exterior wall (5:18) use of commands: Polyline, line, offset III. Draw the interior walls (6:30) If you have any questions or comments please feel free to post :). Alternatively, you can send me an e-mail to: cadinblack@gmail.com Licence: The video shows the version 2013 of AutoCAD® and it is used exclusively for educational purposes. Autodesk screen shots reprinted courtesy of Autodesk, Inc. The narration and all the illustrations were created by CAD in Black.
Views: 1188056 CAD in black
The #1 DWV Plumbing Mistake (and how to prevent it).
 
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Free Fitting Guide: http://www.hammerpedia.com/dwv2 Learn how to prevent the most common DWV Plumbing Mistake.
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Revit MEP 2016 Tutorial │Plumbing │Cold & Hot Water Installation Design.
 
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For getting this tutorial visit: https://virginiae-learning.com Lesson 15: Cold & Hot Water Installation Design Autodesk Revit MEP, as you might know, is the older brother of Autodesk Revit Architecture in thecomplex and extend subject of HVAC, electrical and hydraulic installations. For that reason, inthis particular course we’ll focus in the subject of Hydraulic, Sanitary andGas installations. So you can master this aspect of Revit MEP and apply to anytype of project, no matter how complex it might be! Revit MEP 2016 is both powerful and comfortable; just place the equipment and corresponding furnitureand allow Revit MEP 2016 to automatically calculate the cold water, the hotwater, the sanitary and gas installation of your project, including connectors,elbows and fixtures. But furthermore! RevitMEP will also calculate the corresponding diameters, supply and trajectories ofthe system. Also Revit MEP 2016 willquantify all the components in our installation, as well as create thecorresponding drawings. No matter the size of the project, form a smalldomestic installation to an apartment building or an entire sports center. Is almost magic! So for this course ourmain objectives will be: Design of Hydraulicand Sanitary Installation for small domestic projects. Design of Hydraulicand Sanitary Installation for medium size project; such an apartments building. Design of Gas installations. Verification of Hydraulic, Sanitary and Gas installations. Design and creation of intelligent family objects for hydraulic and sanitary installations, including valves and special equipment. Quantification and Layouts. Full templates and library objects included. Free professional online support included. This course include astep by step e-book and practical video lessons and exercises. To get this full tutorial visit: https://virginiae-learning.com
Views: 6545 Virginia E-Learning
How to Sketch a Floor Plan
 
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Assign a scale to grid paper and sketch (freehand draw) a floor plan at that scale.
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Lou Depot iPhone Plumbing Lessons
 
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Lou has created over 100 Plumbing tutorial classes in a private iPhone App. Along with hundreds of DIY plumbing videos, information and part searches made easy. Coming to iTunes by April 30th.
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E Learning Plumbing (Telugu)
 
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Animation video showing method of plumbing for more details Website: http://www.vinpixstudios.webs.com/ Email: vinpixstudios@gmail.com
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Home Electrical 101 - What you need to know now!
 
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Watch this super informative and detailed full video to learn about Electrical in your home and discover how to tackle the most common electrical projects you'll encounter in your home. Coach Tim is our expert and has done it all. Subscribe for fresh videos!
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Sketchup Tutorial LESSON 11: Use the Follow Me Tool to Design a PVC Elbow
 
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In this lesson we explore the design of a PVC style elbow. This is a more complex design as it has true three dimensional complexity, and is not a simple extrusion of a 2D object. To do this we learn to use the Follow Me tool. Be sure to follow this entire series of FREE tutorials and lessons on using the Sketchup CAD software for 3D printing. http://www.toptechboy.com/3d-printing/
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Basic Residential Wiring
 
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General materials and wiring techniques for residential wiring Sam Maltese shows some general information regarding house wiring.
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Most Common Plumbing Tools | Basic Plumbing
 
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Watch more Basic Plumbing videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513662-Most-Common-Plumbing-Tools-Basic-Plumbing OK, folks. I'm going to go over, for a few minutes, what some of the most common plumbing tools are. On my left here, I have channel locks. Also, in other parts of the country, referred to as pumps, for some reason. I think it was because they had used them on water pumps, in the past. I call them channel locks. They're called channel locks, because, they have steel channels. You can adjust the jaws, like so. These particular ones here are kind of neat, because, they have no teeth on them. OK. No teeth, at all. When you're putting them on a flushometer, or, anything with chrome, a flat sided nut, you don't want to use channel locks like this, with teeth. They'll destroy the chrome finish. Also, you can get up into a larger set and, they do make them even larger than these guys, here. The difference being -- when you're exacting leverage on a pipe, or a fitting that you're turning -- the longer the handles and bigger the jaws, the more traction you'll get, the more force you'll get, to break the seal on that nut, or whatever you're turning. These are some of our most common tools, channel lock. The next tool up in our arsenal, is a foreign one. This is as ubiquitous as it gets, in pretty much any industry. It comes with two head, a flat and a phillips. Both pull out, and you can switch the sides for larger or smaller. Same thing on the flat. As you can see, this is for a larger, flat-head screw. That's for a smaller one. A great tool to have in the arsenal is a hacksaw. Try not to buy the cheap ones, because, you can slip, they can bend, and you can cut yourself pretty badly. I know, because, I've done it. This is a Lennox hacksaw. This is the cream of the crop as far as I'm concerned. The blade...also, my opinion is that, you never change the hacksaw blade. That's because, as the teeth get worn down, it's easier to cut through whatever you're cutting. If the teeth are really sharp, and really new, they'll grab. So, it takes a little technique, but, once you wear that blade down...this one's not...this blade is still pretty new. But, the more metal pipe you cut with this, the finer it will get, and you'll sail through. I'm not a really big fan of changing blades out all that much. This is a mini-hacksaw. These come in really handy, for example, when you put a toilet in. We have the bolts coming up from the foot of the toilet and they're raw, brass bolts. You have to trim them off. You could do it with this, if you wanted to have a hard time and probably say a few swear words. But, this one, you can get in there and get a stroke to it without reinventing the wheel. You'll see this one, this blade here as compared to this hacksaw blade, is much more worn down. I've cut many hundreds of bolts, if not thousands of bolts, with this one blade. The next up, an absolute must, or you, pretty much, cannot get the job done. This is called a basin wrench. Rigid is the gold standard, Rigid, the manufacturer of these tools. They're the gold standard in plumbing tools. I think, you'd probably get laughed off a job if you were a plumber and showed up with any other kind of tool than a Rigid tool. It's just what we've been using for, probably, 200 hundred years now. This is an adjustable, telescopic wrench. It serves one purpose. As you can see, you can lower this down. Imagine me laying on my back under a sink. This gets me up between the space of the sink and the cabinet, usually. As you can see, that jaw is springloaded. It'll close on the nut that holds faucets down. The reason they call it a basin wrench is, because, in the old days sinks were called basins. They still are, in some cases. You can telescope this out to a, fairly long length. The idea is, that you lay on your back, get up around, if my finger is the nut, you can get up around that nut. Then, you can turn it. Next up are your box wrenches, or open-end wrenches. I only keep a few sizes handy. I have all of them on the truck, but the most common sizes that I use are five-eighths, seven sixteenths, and a five-sixteenth. That's because, these are some of the most common bolt heads that you'll find in the plumbing world. Your Johnny bolts, again, they'll hold a toilet down. Circulator nuts and bolts on your boiler or water heater, they're five-eighths. They're very common and they're a little bit more precision. Again, you're not going to be ripping up a bolt on a piece of machinery with these jarred pliers. You're going to use a nice, smooth, jarred box wrench. Or, you can use this side, which grabs on, kind of like a star, it grabs on all sides of the nut, and turns it evenly. Agai
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reading structural drawings 1
 
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A brief tour of a set of structural design drawings for a building from the perspective of a structural engineer. The intent of this video is to provide insight into the way an expert decodes the drawings in order to assist students in developing this skill.
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Practice Plumbing Exams / Tests and Revision
 
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revise for plumbing exams and tests work through the PPE student course and pass your Plumbing exams / tests with ease www.practiceplumbingexams.com practice plumbing exams: Health and Safety, Site Preparation, Scientific Principles, cold water, Hot Water, Central Heating, Environmental, Rainwater, Above Ground Drainage, Electrical, Communications with others. free registration if your interested in learning more about plumbing come see the plumbing blog at: http://www.practiceplumbingexams.com/plumbing-advice-how-to-guide-blog
#1 Estimating with Excel for the Small Contractor
 
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In the video I will teach you how to use Excel to build a worksheet for estimating projects for the small contractor. The end result is a very basic, but usable estimating template. I hope to make additional videos to expand on this template and build a complete system of estimating, proposals letters, tracking your hours and materials and invoicing the job. All your information about the job is in one worksheet. I am not selling a product and I am a contractor just like you. I just wanted to teach other contractors how to use Excel in estimating. If I get some interest in the video then I will continue to make more of them. If no one is interested then I'll just stop at one video.
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Revit MEP 2016 Tutorial│Plumbing
 
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https://virginiae-learning.com Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 Tutorial. Plumbing. For Hydraulic, Sanitary and Gas installations. Autodesk Revit MEP, as you might know, is the older brother of Autodesk Revit Architecture in thecomplex and extend subject of HVAC, electrical and hydraulic installations. For that reason, in this particular course we’ll focus in the subject of Hydraulic, Sanitary andGas installations. So you can master this aspect of Revit MEP and apply to anytype of project, no matter how complex it might be! evit MEP 2016 is bothpowerful and comfortable; just place the equipment and corresponding furnitureand allow Revit MEP 2016 to automatically calculate the cold water, the hotwater, the sanitary and gas installation of your project, including connectors,elbows and fixtures. But furthermore! RevitMEP will also calculate the corresponding diameters, supply and trajectories ofthe system. Also Revit MEP 2016 willquantify all the components in our installation, as well as create thecorresponding drawings. No matter the size of the project, form a smalldomestic installation to an apartment building or an entire sports center. Is almost magic! So for this course ourmain objectives will be: Design of Hydraulicand Sanitary Installation for small domestic projects. Design of Hydraulicand Sanitary Installation for medium size project; such an apartments building. Design of Gas installations. Verification of Hydraulic, Sanitary and Gas installations. Design and creation of intelligent family objects for hydraulic and sanitary installations, including valves and special equipment. Quantification and Layouts. Full templates and library objects included. Free professional online support included. This course include astep by step e-book and practical video lessons and exercises. To get this full tutorial visit: https://virginiae-learning.com/collections/frontpage/products/autodesk-revit-mep-2016-tutorial-plumbing
Views: 49180 Virginia E-Learning
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Lean on Uponor's Plumbing Technical and Design Services team for professional calculations, layouts, and expertise when you have a residential plumbing, or commercial plumbing project you need done right. Let Uponor's PEX-a tubing and ProPEX fitting system save you time and labor cost on your next plumbing project. Uponor provides PEX tubing used in radiant floor heating and cooling, PEX plumbing and fire sprinkler systems; all with commercial and residential applications. Learn more about PEX plumbing: http://www.uponor-usa.com/Residential-Plumbing.aspx
Views: 4934 Uponor North America
Introduction to Plumbing Tools (Part-1) (Hindi) (हिन्दी)
 
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This video will help you understand plumbing tools. इस पाठ में आप नल साजी (प्ल्म्बींग) में इस्तेमाल होनेवाले औज़ारों के बारे में सीखेंगे।
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