The help you need to pass your plumbers licensing test the first time
Home Study Course
This is not just a bunch of questions and answers. It is a real plumbers licensing prep course, in which, you will learn the Codes, math and business and be prepared to answer any question that is thrown at you. See a sample of the course below
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Your plumbers license exam is not that difficult. In fact, I’m about to make it a lot easier.
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This course is based on the International Plumbing Code (IPC) and the International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC). The Business and law portion is based on NASCLA’s Contractors Guide to Project Management and Business Law. The following states have adopted the International Codes and have contracted with PSI Testing to administer the Plumbing test. This course is specifically tailored to successfully get you through your plumbing exam in these states.
Maryland Michigan Mississippi New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Colorado
This plumber’s exam prep course covers all areas of the exam including:
- Plumbing Code
- Fuel Gas Code
- Plumber’s Math
- Contractors business and law
- Practice test
- Plus, you are guaranteed to pass or your money back
Can’t seem to get started?
We will guide you through.
And, guarantee you will pass
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN WITH OUR course
✅ CALCULATING FIXTURE REQUIREMENTS
✅ WATER DISTRIBUTION SIZING AND DESIGN (using friction charts)
✅ ISOMETRICS AND PLUMBING SYMBOLS
✅ PROPERTIES OF WATER
✅ SANITARY DRAIN SIZING
✅ VENT SIZING
✅ STORM DRAINAGE SIZING
✅ SEPTIC TANK AND DRAIN FIELD SIZING
✅ CALCULATING COMBUSTION AIR REQUIREMENTS
✅ GAS PIPE SIZING
✅ GAS APPLIANCE VENTING
✅DEFINITIONS WITH ILLUSTRATIONS
✅ PLUS- Get a 150 question plumbers practice exam with references and explanations
Most states have adopted the International Codes, although they may bear the name of a state, such as New York State Plumbing Code or North Carolina Plumbing Code.
The teal colored states on the map below have adopted the International Plumbing Code. If you are seeking a license in any of these states, then this course is for you
About your instructor
John White has been teaching plumbing and mechanical for over 40 years. He has a BSBA degree in Business Administration, holds an electrical, plumbing and HVAC licenses. He has taught at both, universities and community colleges, has presented seminars throughout the nation and has even created licensing exams like the one you are about to take. John sold his mechanical contracting business in 2006 to devote his energy to his consulting company, Energy Marketing Services, which develops and conducts plumbing and HVAC exam prep courses and is also an approved provider of continuing education.
Answer these questions
Below Is a sample of questions you may encounter on the plumber’s exam. Our course will prepare you to answer them confidently.
1. Calculate the pressure loss of 376 feet of 1″ water pipe @ 5 feet per second
2. What is the weight of water in a 60′ x 4″ diameter pipe?
3. When installing a naturally vented 40,000 BTUH gas water heater, with an 9 foot high B vent with 5 foot lateral, What is the minimum vent diameter?
4. If you purchase a fixture for $1000 and wish to make 30% profit; what would your selling price be? Hint: the answer is not $1300
5. What is the minimum size of each drain/vent in this isometric
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If, within 8 weeks, you are not satisfied or are unsuccessful with your exam, simply send an emailto: firstname.lastname@example.org stating, “I would like a refund for the plumbing course”.
You will receive your full refund immediately
Better than a classroom course...
Students who use my self-study course have a higher passing rate than students who attend a classroom. Plus, they save a lot of money
Because, people who READ the material retain much more than people whom are TOLD the material, and the Guide is always next to them for reference or as a last minute refresher. In classroom courses, one of the most common statements made during breaks is “I think I’ll understand this stuff better once I get home and look over my notes” (Translated; “ I don’t have any idea what he’s talking about, and I’ve only got 1/2 page of notes.”).
If your looking for a source to help you learn the provisions of the International Plumbing and Gas codes, look no further. This course takes you through each chapter, step-by-step. It leaves no stone unturned. It explains water, drain and vent pipe sizing, how to calculate fixture requirements, occupancy loads, male/female ratios, gas pipe and vent sizing, and combustion air requirements.
“If you don’t get your plumber license now; What will you be doing five years from now?”
Below is an excerpt from our study guide (Sizing water pipes)
See? You already learned something!
If this self study sample does not open on your phone, you may view the course on a PC.
Having trouble with symbols or isometrics?
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GET THREE VALUABLE COURSES NEEDED TO PASS THE PLUMBING EXAM
✅ Plumbing Code Course ✅ Fuel Gas Code Course ✅ Business Course
PLUS a 150 question practice exam, that covers the entire gamut; with answers and how we got them
What our students have to say.
“So easy, your dog would pass.”
Once your payment has been confirmed you will immediately receive, on your screen, download instructions for our course. You may print out the course, or save it as a file and send it to any of your other devices; ie, laptop, smart phone, or tablet
Answers to plumbing questions
1. 18 psi pressure drop
2. 327 pounds
3. 4 inch
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