Plumbing fixtures, faucets and fixture fittings shall be constructed of approved materials, shall have smooth impervious surfaces, shall be free from defects and concealed fouling surfaces, and shall conform to the standards cited in this code. Plumbing fixtures shall be provided with an adequate supply of potable water to flush and keep the fixtures in a clean and sanitary condition without danger of backflow or cross connection.
|Air gap fittings for use with plumbing fixtures, appliances and appurtenances||ASME A 112.1.3|
|Bathtub/whirlpool pressure-sealed doors||ASME A 112.19.15|
|Diverters for faucets with hose spray, anti-syphon type, residential application||ASTM A 112.18.1/CSA B125.1|
|Enameled cast-iron plumbing fixtures||ASME A 112.19.1M, CSA B45.2|
|Floor drains||ASME A 112.6.3|
|Floor-affixed supports for off-the-floor plumbing fixtures for public use||ASME A 112.6.1M|
|Framing-affixed supports for off-the-floor water closets with concealed tanks||ASME A 112.6.2|
|Hose connection vacuum breaker||ASSE 1052|
|Hot water dispensers, household storage type, electrical||ASSE 1023|
|Household disposers||ASSE 1008|
|Hydraulic performance for water closets and urinals||ASME A 112.19.2/CSA B45.1|
|Individual automatic compensating valves for individual fixture fittings||ASTM A 112.18.1/CSA B125.1|
|Individual shower control valves anti-scald||ASSE 1016, CSA B125|
|Macerating toilet systems and related components||ASME A 112.3.4, CSA B54.9|
|Nonvitreous ceramic plumbing fixtures||ASME A 112.19.2/CSA B45.1|
|Plastic bathtub units||ANSI Z124.1, ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1|
|Plastic lavatories||ANSI Z124.3, CSA B45.5|
|Plastic shower receptors and shower stall||ANSI Z124.2, CSA B45.5|
|Plastic sinks||ANSI Z124.6, CSA B45.5|
|Plastic water closet bowls and tanks||ANSI Z124.4, CSA B45.5|
|Plumbing fixture fittings||ASME A 112.18.1/CSA B125.1|
|Plumbing fixture waste fittings||ASME A 112.18.2/CSA B125.2, ASTM F 409|
|Porcelain-enameled formed steel plumbing fixtures||ASME A 112.19.1/CSA B45.2|
|Pressurized flushing devices for plumbing fixtures||ASSE 1037, CSA B125.3|
|Specification for copper sheet and strip for building construction||ASTM B 370|
|Stainless steel plumbing fixtures||ASME A 112.19.3/CSA B45.4|
|Suction fittings for use in whirlpool bathtub appliances||ASME A 112.19.7 /CSA B45.10|
|Temperature-actuated, flow reduction valves to individual fixture fittings||ASSE 1062|
|Thermoplastic accessible and replaceable plastic tube and tubular fittings||ASTM F 409|
|Trench drains||ASME A 112.6.3|
|Trim for water closet bowls, tanks and urinals||ASME A 112.19.5/CSA B45.15|
|Vacuum breaker wall hydrant-frost-resistant, automatic-draining type||ASSE 1019|
|Vitreous china plumbing fixtures||ASME A 112.19.2/CSA B45.1|
|Wall-mounted and pedestal-mounted, adjustable and pivoting lavatory and sink carrier systems||ASME A 112.19.12|
|Water closet flush tank fill valves||ASSE 1002, CSA B125.3|
|Whirlpool bathtub appliances||ASME A 112.19.7 /CSA B45.10|
The installation of fixtures shall conform to the following:
1. Floor-outlet or floor-mounted fixtures shall be secured to the drainage connection and to the floor, where so designed, by screws, bolts, washers, nuts and similar fasteners of copper, brass or other corrosion-resistant material.
2. Wall-hung fixtures shall be rigidly supported so that strain is not transmitted to the plumbing system.
3. Where fixtures come in contact with walls and floors, the contact area shall be water tight.
4. Plumbing fixtures shall be usable.
5. Water closets, lavatories and bidets. A water closet, lavatory or bidet shall not be set closer than 15 inches (381 mm) from its center to any side wall, partition or vanity or closer than 30 inches (762 mm) center-to-center between adjacent fixtures. There shall be a clearance of not less than 21 inches (533 mm) in front of a water closet, lavatory or bidet to any wall, fixture or door.
6. The location of piping, fixtures or equipment shall not interfere with the operation of windows or doors.
8. Integral fixture-fitting mounting surfaces on manufactured plumbing fixtures or plumbing fixtures constructed on site, shall meet the design requirements of ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.4 or ASME A112.19.3/ CSA B45.1.
Waste receptors shall be of an approved type. Plumbing fixtures or other receptors receiving the discharge of indirect waste pipes shall be shaped and have a capacity to prevent splashing or flooding and shall be readily accessible for inspection and cleaning. Waste receptors and standpipes shall be trapped and vented and shall connect to the building drainage system. A removable strainer or basket shall cover the waste outlet of waste receptors. Waste receptors shall be installed in ventilated spaces. Waste receptors shall not be installed in bathrooms, attics, crawl spaces, interstitial spaces above ceilings and below floors or in any inaccessible or unventilated space such as a closet. Ready access shall be provided to waste receptors.
2. Clothes washer standpipes shall not be prohibited in bathrooms.
Shower compartments shall have not less than 900 square inches (0.6 m2) of interior cross-sectional area. Shower compartments shall be not less than 30 inches (762 mm) in minimum dimension measured from the finished interior dimension of the shower compartment, exclusive of fixture valves, shower heads, soap dishes, and safety grab bars or rails. The minimum required area and dimension shall be measured from the finished interior dimension at a height equal to the top of the threshold and at a point tangent to its centerline and shall be continued to a height of not less than 70 inches (1778 mm) above the shower drain outlet. Hinged shower doors shall open outward. The wall area above built-in tubs having installed shower heads and in shower compartments shall be constructed in accordance with Section R702.4. Such walls shall form a water-tight joint with each other and with either the tub, receptor or shower floor.
1. Fold-down seats shall be permitted in the shower, provided the required 900-square-inch (0.6 m2) dimension is maintained when the seat is in the folded-up position.
2. Shower compartments having not less than 25 inches (635 mm) in minimum dimension measured from the finished interior dimension of the compartment provided that the shower compartment has a cross-sectional area of not less than 1,300 square inches (0.838 m2).
1. Sheet lead;
2. Sheet copper;
3. Plastic liner material that complies with ASTM D 4068 or ASTM D 4551;
4. Hot mopping in accordance with Section P2709.2.3; or
5. Sheet-applied load-bearing, bonded waterproof membranes that comply with ANSI A118.10.
The lining material shall extend not less than 2 inches (51 mm) beyond or around the rough jambs and not less than 2 inches (51 mm) above finished thresholds. Sheet-applied load bearing, bonded waterproof membranes shall be applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Fixture fittings and faucets that are supplied with both hot and cold water shall be installed and adjusted so that the left-hand side of the water temperature control represents the flow of hot water when facing the outlet.