New Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) online course on Legionella, water supply systems

Part 2 course material includes a discussion on how a water supply system can become contaminated with Legionella.

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Registration is now open for a new Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) online course featuring in-depth information on Legionella and water supply systems, backflow issues and several other important plumbing subjects. 

“Part 2: Standards and Topics in Plumbing,” open to both PMI members and non-members, is a follow-up to “Part 1: A Primer on Standards, Regulations, Codes and Conformity Assessment.” Part 2 is designed for plumbing manufacturing professionals with technical experience who would like a deeper dive into standards and other important topics.

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Part 2 course material includes a discussion on how a water supply system can become contaminated with Legionella; how the weighted average lead content is determined in NSF 372 (Drinking Water System Components – Lead Content) for plumbing products such as faucets; and accessibility requirements that impact plumbing product manufacturers. In addition, the course covers: Backflow and its causes, and the standards that pertain to backflow prevention; Standards that regulate water temperature and the various valves used; Minimum water quality standards and conservation requirements; Accessible design and the fundamental provisions for design and installation; Regulations affecting manufactured housing; Legionella and water supply systems; and Background information on the major U.S. standard development organizations.

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