Our Plumbing Theory Practice test will help you improve your performance on test day.
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Plumbing Theory Practice Test
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Please mark the one which is incompressible:
Question 1 Explanation:
Water is compressible.
Does pressure in a fluid act equally in all directions?
Question 2 Explanation:
Pressure in a fluid acts equally in all directions.
What is a horizontal pipe by definition?
Any pipe or fitting that makes an angle less than 30 degrees with its horizontal
Any pipe or fitting that makes an angle less than 45 degrees with its horizontal
Any pipe or fitting that makes an angle less than 15 degrees with its horizontal
Any pipe or fitting that makes an angle less than 25 degrees with its horizontal
Please mark the one that has the unit of pressure:
Grams per square centimeter
Pounds per square inch
Both of the above
Question 4 Explanation:
The one that has the unit of pressure are pounds per square inch.
How much pressure per psia is a complete or total vacuum?
Question 5 Explanation:
0 psia is a complete or total vacuum.
How long is the maximum length allowed for a vertical combination of waste and vent pipe?
How big in developed length should fixtures other than water closets be, measured horizontally from the stack?
Question 7 Explanation:
Fixtures other than water closets be, measured horizontally from the stack should be no bigger than 4 feet.
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