PVC Pipe - Which type should I use? (RV-7613)

Start Date
09/15/2018
End Date
09/14/2020
Description
Poly vinyl chloride (PVC) pipe is used for many applications, including water lines, sewer lines, irrigation, and storm drainage. There are many different types and classes of PVC pipe, made for many different applications. There are many more similarities in PVC than there are differences, but it is important for engineers and architects that use these products to understand the differences. This 1-hour interactive online course is intended to shine some light on the use of products such as SDR 35, C 900 and Schedule 40 pipe. This course is not intended to be an endorsement of PVC for all applications but rather to provide the student with better information upon which to base a design decision. Some of the tables used in this course must be displayed using Microsoft Word.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Development Trends
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
•Describe the four primary standards that apply to pressure pipes.
•Explain the two primary standards that apply to gravity pipes.
•List the general applications for the major types of PVC in common use.
•List the guidelines for determining how deep a PVC pipe can be buried.
Instructors
Mark Peterson
Website Registration
Course Codes
RV-7613
Provider
RedVector.com, LLC


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