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A112 STANDARDS DESCRIPTION

A112.1.2 2012 Air Gaps in Plumbing Systems (For Plumbing Fixtures and WaterConnected Receptors)
This Standard identifies methods of providing protection against back siphonage through means of an air gap and establishes physical requirements and methods of testing air gaps for plumbing fixtures and water receptors. This Standard identifies methods of providing protection against back siphonage through means of an air gap and establishes physical requirements and methods of testing air gaps for plumbing fixtures and water receptors.

A112.1.3 2000 (R2010) Air Gap Fittings for Use With Plumbing Fixtures, Appliances, and Appurtenances
This Standard establishes physical requirements and methods of testing for air gap fittings for protecting against back siphonage and back pressure backflow. This Standard establishes physical requirements and methods of testing for air gap fittings for protecting against back siphonage and back pressure backflow.

A112.3.1 2007 (R2012) Stainless Steel Drainage Systems for Sanitary DWV, Storm, and Vacuum Applications, Above- and Below Ground
This Standard covers performance and installation requirements for stainless steel pipe, fittings, joints, and drains for use in plumbing waste, and vent (DWV), and chemical waste systems. This Standard covers performance and installation requirements for socket-type, seam-welded stainless steel pipe, fittings, joints, and drains for use in plumbing sanitary and storm drain, waste, and vent(DWV), and chemical waste systems.

A112.3.4 2000 (R2004) Macerating Toilet Systems and Related Components


This Standard establishes physical, performance, and testing requirements applicable to macerating toilet systems and related components. This Standard establishes physical, performance, and testing requirements applicable to macerating toilet systems and related components. Such systems are intended to collect waste from a single water closet, lavatory, and/or bathtub located in the same room, and grind and pump these macerated wastes to some point in the sanitary drainage system. The macerating system is comprised of three major components: (a) A container that houses the operating mechanisms; (b) A pressure chamber that automatically or manually activates and deactivates the induction motor; and (c) An induction motor that drives the shredder blades and pump assembly, which permitted to be combined into a single unit. The use of alternate materials or methods is permitted, provided it can be demonstrated that such alternatives comply with the performance requirements of this Standard.

A112.4.1 2009 Water Heater Relief Valve Drain Tubes


This Standard establishes performance requirements and test methods applicable to water heater relief valve drain (or runoff) tubes for use with relief valves having a steam rating of 105,000 Btu/hr or less. This Standard establishes performance requirements and test methods applicable to water heater relief valve drain (or runoff) tubes for use with relief valves having a steam rating of 105,000 Btu/hr or less.

A112.4.2 2009 Water Closet Personal Hygiene Devices


This Standard establishes general and performance requirements for bidet sprays and other optional features as applied to water closets, water closet seats, and other retrofit devices. This Standard establishes general and performance requirements, test methods, and marking requirements for bidet sprays and other optional features as applied to water closets, water closet seats, and other retrofit devices. Products covered by this Standard are intended to be supplied with cold and/or hot water.

A112.4.3 1999 (R2010) Plastic Fittings for Connecting Water Closets to the Sanitary Drainage System
This Standard establishes physical, performance, and testing requirements applicable to the joint that connects a water closet to the sanitary drain piping of a plumbing system. This Standard establishes physical, performance, and testing requirements applicable to the joint that connects a water closet to the sanitary drain piping of a plumbing system. The use of alternate materials or methods are permitted, provided the proposed material and method complies with the performance requirements and intent of the Standard.

A112.4.14 2004 (R2010) Manually Operated Quarter-Turn Shutoff Valves for Use In Plumbing Systems
This Standard establishes requirements for manually operated, quarter-turn valves in nominal sizes less than or

equal to NPS 2. These valves are for indoor installation as potable water shutoff. This Standard establishes requirements for manually operated, quarter-turn valves in nominal sizes (NPS) 2. These valves are intended for indoor installation as potable water shutoff valves between the meter and the supply stop. Valves governed by this Standard are intended for service at temperatures between 34 oF (1oC) and 180oF (82oC), with an allowable working pressure rating not less than 125 psi (862 kPa).

A112.6.1M 1997 (R2012) Supports for Off-the-Floor Plumbing Fixtures


This Standard includes definitions, materials and finishes, strength and deflection requirements, and details of floor-affixed supports for off the floor plumbing fixtures. This Standard applies to floor-affixed supports for off the floor plumbing fixtures, including combination carriers and waste fittings for water closets, and carriers for urinals, lavatories, sinks, and water coolers. This Standard covers definitions, materials and finishes, general requirements, strength and deflection requirements, and details of the various types of supports included herein.

A112.6.2 2000 (R2010) Framing-Affixed Supports for Off-the-Floor Plumbing Fixtures


This Standard establishes minimum performance requirements for framing-affixed supports for off-the-floor water closets with concealed tanks. This Standard establishes minimum performance requirements for framing-affixed supports for off-the-floor water closets with concealed tanks. It is not intended to limit the use of other materials, finishes, and designs that equal or exceed the requirements of this Standard.

A112.6.3 2001 (R2007) Floor and Trench Drains


This Standard establishes design requirements for floor, area, adjustable floor, and trench drains that are used inside of, or outside and immediately adjacent to, buildings that are nonresidential. This Standard establishes design requirements for floor, area, adjustable floor, and trench drains that are used inside of, or outside and immediately adjacent to, building structures that are typically nonresidential. It includes definitions, nomenclature, outlet types and connections, grate-free area, top loading classifications, materials and finishes, and variations in product design.

A112.6.4 2003 (R2012) Roof, Deck, and Balcony Drains


This Standard establishes minimum design requirements for roof drains, which convey rainwater from the roof area of building structures. This Standard establishes minimum design requirements for roof drains, including general purpose, gutter and cornice, parapet and promenade, balcony, or deck types, which convey rainwater from the roof area of building structures. It includes definitions, nomenclature, outlet types and connections, dome or grate-free area, top loading classifications, materials and finishes, and accessories.

A112.6.7 2010 Sanitary Floor Sinks


This Standard applies to sanitary floor sinks and includes requirements for material, construction, inspection, testing, and marking. This Standard applies to sanitary floor sinks and includes requirements for material, construction, inspection, testing, and marking. The provisions of this Standard are not intended to prevent the use of any alternate materials or methods of construction, provided any such alternate meets the intent of this Standard.

A112.6.9 2005 (R2010) Siphonic Roof Drains


This Standard establishes minimum requirements and provides guidelines for the proper design, installation, examination, and testing of siphonic roof drains. This Standard establishes minimum requirements and provides guidelines for the proper design, installation, examination, and testing of siphonic roof drains. It includes definitions of terms and parameters involved in the proper design of siphonic drainage systems. This Standard applies to roof drains designed, manufactured, and installed in piping systems that are intended to operate under depressurized siphonic conditions created by the connected piping system. Unless noted otherwise in this Standard, the requirements and standards for roof drains specified in ASME A112.6.4 do not apply to siphonic roof drains. This Standard does not apply to conventional roof drains covered under ASME A112.6.4. It is not the intent of this Standard to specify that a drain of a given diameter must drain a minimum or maximum amount of water. It is the intent of this Standard to provide standardized test procedures to ensure that drain products are evaluated equally. This Standard does not dictate minimum flow or depth performance criteria for siphonic roof drains. Instead, it specifies standard test procedures to be performed on siphonic roof drain products to document their actual performance and physical limits. These data are to be made available in manufacturer literature for use by designers for selecting the drain product and entering performance characteristics into design calculations.

A112.14.1 2003 (R2012) Backwater Valves


This Standard establishes requirements for dimensions, performance requirements, connections, materials and

finishes, testing, and marking of backwater valves. This Standard establishes requirements for dimensions, performance requirements, connections, materials and finishes, testing, and marking of backwater valves. Types of backwater valves covered in this Standard include horizontal valves and manual gate valves, terminal backwater valves, combination floor drains with backwater valves, vertical or 90 deg backwater valve and related products.

A112.14.3 2000 (R2004) Grease Interceptors


This Standard covers general product requirements as well as the performance criteria for the testing and rating of grease interceptors, whose rated flows are 100 gpm (380 L/m) or less. This Standard covers general product requirements as well as the performance criteria for the testing and rating of grease interceptors, whose rated flows are 100 gpm (380 L/m) or less.

A112.14.4 2001 (R2012) Grease Removal Devices


This Standard establishes requirements for grease interceptors that are equipped with automatic grease removal devices (GRD). It includes testing requirements and performance criteria. This Standard establishes requirements for grease interceptors that are equipped with automatic grease removal devices (GRD). It includes testing requirements and performance criteria designed to ensure conformance to this Standard. Such devices are designed for the purpose of automatically removing free-floating grease, fats, and oils from sanitary discharges without intervention from the user except for maintenance. Semiautomatic devices are not addressed in this Standard.

A112.14.6 2010 FOG (Fats, Oils & Greases) Disposal Systems


This Standard establishes requirements for fats, oils, and greases (FOG) disposal systems designed to remove FOG from effluent, and internally dispose of retained FOG. This Standard establishes requirements for FOG (Fats, Oils, and Greases) disposal systems. FOG disposal systems shall be designed to (a) remove FOG from effluent, (b) retain separated FOG, (c) internally dispose retained FOG by means and methods of mass and volume reduction as required by para 4.3.2. The use of alternate materials or methods are permitted, provided the proposed material and method complies with the performance requirements and intent of this Standard.

A112.18.1/CSA B125.1 2012 Plumbing Supply Fittings


This Standard covers plumbing supply fittings and accessories located between the supply stop and the terminal fitting. This Standard covers plumbing supply fittings and accessories located between the supply stop and the terminal fitting, inclusive, as follows: (a) Automatic compensating valves for individual wall-mounted showering systems; (b) Bath and shower supply fittings; (c) Bidet supply fittings; (d) Clothes washer supply fittings; (e) Drinking fountain supply fittings; (f) Humidifier supply stops; (g) Kitchen, sink, and lavatory supply fittings; (h) Laundry tub supply fittings; (i) Lawn and sediment faucets; (j) Metering and self-closing supply fittings; (k) Shower heads, hand-held showers, and body sprays; and (l) Supply stops.

A112.18.2/CSA B125.2 2011 Plumbing Waste Fittings


This Standard covers plumbing waste fittings of sizes NPS-2 and smaller. This Standard covers plumbing waste fittings of sizes NPS-2 and smaller.

A112.18.3 2002 (R2012) Performance Requirements for Backflow Protection Devices and Systems in Plumbing Fixture Fittings
This Standard addresses functional performance and requires physical characteristics of devices and systems which provide backflow protection. This Standard addresses functional performance and requires physical characteristics of devices and systems which provide backflow protection consistent with the level of risk associated with the plumbing fixture fitting application. The Standard establishes specific performance criteria and provides the test methods to prove compliance. It is applicable to all plumbing fixture fittings with outlets not protected by an air gap

A112.18.6/CSA B125.6 2009 Flexible Water Connectors

This Standard establishes requirements for flexible water connectors used in potable water systems under continuous pressure and in accessible locations only. This Standard establishes requirements for flexible water connectors used in potable water systems under continuous pressure and in accessible locations only. It covers physical and performance requirements, test methods, materials, connections, and other significant properties, in addition to a general description of materials used. Certain features of construction of the finished product are given, together with the method of marking and identification. The provisions of this Standard are not intended to prevent the use of any alternate material or method of construction provided any such alternate meets the intent of this Standard.

A112.18.8 2009 In-Line Sanitary Waste Valves for Plumbing Drainage Systems
This standard establishes minimum requirements for the materials used in constructing, for performance testing, and for marking and identifying sanitary waste valves. This Standard establishes minimum requirements for materials in the construction of sanitary waste valves (herein after referred to as the valve) for use as an alternate to tubular P-traps, and prescribes minimum test requirements for the performance of the valve, together with methods of marking and identification. This Standard does not define the requirements for products to be used in urinals or water closets. It is not intended that products meeting this Standard will be used in a urinal or water closet. The provisions of this Standard are not intended to prevent the use of any alternate material or method of construction provided any such alternate meets the intent of this Standard.

A112.18.9 2011 Protectors/Insulators for Exposed Waste and Supplies on Accessible Fixtures
This Standard shall show material and performance specifications and use of protectors/insulators for exposed waste and supplies for public/commercial and private/residential buildings using product covered under this Standard. This Standard shall show material and performance specifications and use of protectors/insulators for exposed waste and supplies for public/commercial and private/residential buildings using product covered under this Standard. This Standard is intended to also cover products that will satisfy the requirements of ICC/ANSI A117.1, Standard for Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities for Persons With Physical Disabilities, and to establish a generally acceptable performance standard for protectors/insulators for exposed waste and supplies, so a physically challenged person will be protected when using a sink or lavatory in a public/commercial or private/residential facility.

A112.19.1/CSA B45.2 2013 Enameled Cast Iron and Enameled Steel Plumbing Fixtures
This Standard covers enameled cast iron and enameled steel plumbing fixtures, including bathtubs, lavatories, sinks and laundry trays. It specifies requirements for materials, construction, performance, testing, and markings. This Standard covers enameled cast iron and enameled steel plumbing fixtures, including bathtubs, lavatories, sinks and laundry trays. It specifies requirements for materials, construction, performance, testing, and markings.

A112.19.2/CSA B45.1 2013 Ceramic Plumbing Fixtures


This Standard covers vitreous and non-vitreous china plumbing fixtures, including all types of water closets, lavatories, urinals, bidets, bathtubs, shower receptors, kitchen and bar sinks, service sinks, drinking fountains and institutional application fixtures that discharge into gravity drainage systems in permanent building and structures, independent of occupancy. This Standard covers vitreous and non-vitreous china plumbing fixtures, including all types of water closets, lavatories, urinals, bidets, bathtubs, shower receptors, kitchen and bar sinks, service sinks, drinking fountains and institutional application fixtures that discharge into gravity drainage systems in permanent building and structures, independent of occupancy. It specifies requirements for materials, construction, performance, testing, and markings.

A112.19.3/CSA B45.4 2008 Stainless Steel Plumbing Fixtures


This Standard covers plumbing fixtures made of stainless steel alloys. It specifies requirements for materials, construction, performance, testing, and markings. This Standard covers plumbing fixtures made of stainless steel alloys. It specifies requirements for materials, construction, performance, testing, and markings.

A112.19.5/CSA B45.15 2011 Flush Valves and Spuds for Water Closets, Urinals, and Tanks
This Standard covers spuds and flush valves for water closet bowls, tanks, and urinals. This Standard covers spuds and flush valves for water closet bowls, tanks, and urinals.

A112.19.7/CSA B45.10 2012 Hydromassage Bathtub Systems

This Standard specifies general requirements, test methods, and markings for whirlpool and air-jetted bathtubs and suction fittings used in hydromassage bathtub systems that incorporate a bathtub and circulation pump. This Standard specifies general requirements, test methods, and markings for whirlpool and air-jetted bathtubs and suction fittings used in hydromassage bathtub systems that incorporate a bathtub and circulation pump. The circulation pump can be with or without (a) a piping system; and (b) induction of air (which can be achieved by integral suction or through an air pump).

A112.19.10 2003 (R2008) Dual Flush Devices for Water Closets


This Standard covers requirements and test methods pertaining to dual flush devices that are installed within water closet tanks which use 3.5 gpf (13.2 Lpf) or greater volume. This Standard covers physical and performance requirements and test methods pertaining to dual flush devices that are installed within water closet tanks which use 3.5 gpf (13.2 Lpf) or greater volume, to reduce total volumetric water consumption.

A112.19.12 2006 (R2011) Wall Mounted, Pedestal Mounted, Adjustable, Elevating, Tilting, and Pivoting Lavatory, Sink, and Shampoo Bowl Carrier Systems and Drain Waste Systems
This Standard establishes physical requirements and tests addressing structural strength; adjustments; materials; drain line hydraulics; mechanical, material, testing, marking, and documentation requirements for wall mounted and pedestal mounted adjustable, elevating, tilting, and pivoting lavatory, sink, and shampoo bowl carrier systems. This Standard establishes physical requirements and tests addressing structural strength; adjustments; materials; drain line hydraulics; mechanical, material, testing, marking, and documentation requirements for wall mounted and pedestal mounted adjustable, elevating, tilting, and pivoting lavatory, sink, and shampoo bowl carrier systems intended to facilitate use by individuals who are physically challenged. The use of alternate materials or methods are permitted, provided the proposed material and method complies with the performance requirements and intent of this Standard.

A112.19.14 2006 (R2011) Six-Liter Water Closets Equipped With a Dual Flushing Device
This Standard establishes physical, material, testing, and marking requirements for 6 Liter water closets that incorporate a water-conserving, dual-flushing feature into the fixture. This Standard establishes physical, material, testing, and marking requirements for 6 Liter water closets that incorporate a water-conserving, dual-flushing feature into the fixture. The tests specified in this Standard are for the removal of liquid wastes and toilet tissue or other comparable waste loads that are expected when actuating the reduced flush feature of the unit. The use of alternate materials or methods is permitted, provided that the proposed material and method comply with the performance requirements and the intent of this Standard.

A112.19.15 2012 Bathtub/Whirlpool Bathtubs With Pressure Sealed Doors


This Standard establishes material, mechanical, electrical, marking, and testing requirements for bathtubs/whirlpool bathtubs with doors that are made water tight by the use of a pressure seal. This Standard establishes material, mechanical, electrical, marking, and testing requirements for bathtubs/whirlpool bathtubs with doors that are made water tight by the use of a pressure seal. It addresses the functional performance and physical characteristics for a pressure sealed door of a bathtub/whirlpool bathtub. The door is intended to allow entry into the fixture when the tub is empty, and maintains water tightness when the tub is full. The use of alternate materials or methods are permitted, provided the proposed material and method comply with the performance requirements and intent of this Standard.

A112.19.17 2010 Manufactured Safety Vacuum Release Systems (SVRS) For Residential and Commercial Swimming Pool, Spa, Hot Tub and Wading Pool Suction Systems
This Standard establishes requirements, dimensions & tolerances, materials, installation instructions, testing requirements, and markings & identification for safety vacuum release system devices. This Standard establishes general requirements, dimensions and tolerances, materials, installation instructions, testing requirements, and markings and identification for safety vacuum release systems (SVRS) devices. SVRS devices are intended to be utilized on pool, spa, hot tub, and/or therapy unit suction systems. SVRS devices covered under this Standard are designed to prevent high vacuum occurrences that cause human body or body part suction entrapment. Demonstration of compliance with this Standard is merely an indication that the product meets the performance requirements and specifications contained in this Standard. The responsibility for verification of the device's performance on any circulation system shall be the responsibility of the design professional. The provisions of this Standard are not intended to prevent use of any alternative material or method of construction, provided any such alternative meets the intent and requirements of this Standard.

A112.19.19 2006 (R2011) Vitreous China Nonwater Urinals


This Standard establishes requirements and test methods pertaining to materials, significant dimensions and

functional performance for vitreous china non-water urinals. This Standard establishes requirements and test methods pertaining to materials, significant dimensions, and functional performance for vitreous china nonwater urinals. The sanitary performance requirements and test procedures apply to all types of nonwater urinals that discharge into gravity waste systems in permanent buildings and structures independent of occupancy.

A112.21.3M-1985 (R2007) Hydrants for Utility and Maintenance Use


This Standard covers hydrants including nonfreeze wall, ground, post, and floor types and moderate climate wall and floor types, which are used in buildings and grounds as water supply terminals. The standards covers hydrants including nonfreeze wall, ground, post, and floor types and moderate climate wall and floor types, which are used in buildings and grounds as water supply terminals, employed principally for lawn and flower bed watering hoses and normal building maintenance functions. This Standard covers definitions, connections, materials, variations, testing and operation, and general requirements for the hydrant types included in the standard.

A112.36.2M-1991 (R2012) Cleanouts


This standard covers cleanouts, including floor and wall types used in concealed piping in and adjacent to commercial, industrial, institutional, and other buildings open to public use. This Standard covers cleanouts including floor and wall types used in concealed piping in and adjacent to commercial, industrial, institutional, and other buildings open to public use. This Standard addresses: (a) definitions; (b) nomenclature; (c) connection and closure types; (d) covers and frames; (e) materials and finishes; (f) variations and accessories.

ASSE 1016-11/ASME A112.1016-2011/ CSA 125.16-11 Performance Requirements for Automatic Compensating Valves for Individual Showers and Tub/Shower Combinations
This Standard applies to automatic compensating valves intended to be installed at the point of use, where the user has access to flow or final temperature controls, and where no further mixing occurs downstream of the device. This Standard applies to automatic compensating valves intended to be installed at the point of use, where the user has access to flow or final temperature controls, and where no further mixing occurs downstream of the device. Note: In this Standard, automatic compensating valves are also referred to as devices. This Standard covers automatic compensating valves intended to control the water temperature to wall or ceiling mounted (a) hand-held showers; (b) shower heads; (c) body sprays either in individual shower or tub/shower combination

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Revised: 11/25/2013 by A. Guzman