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Upon completion of a scction of or the entire water supply system, thc system, or portion completed shall be tested and proved tight undcr a watcr prcssure not less than the working pl-essurc of the systcln: or, for piping systems other than plastic, by an air tcst of not lcss than 50 psi (344 kPa). 'This pressure shall bc hclcl for at lcast 15 nlinLltes. Thc water utilized for tests shall bc obtained fl-o~u a potable source of supply. The rcquired tcsts shall bc performed iu accordance with this section and Section 107.

A service sinli shall not bc utilizcd for the disp~s;llof urine, fecal lnattcr or othcr hurnan waste. 8 Ice prohibited in soiled utility room. Machines for manufacturing ice, or any device for the handling or storagc of icc, shall not bc locatcd in a soilctl ulility room. 9 Sterilizer eijuipment requirements. The approval and installation of all stcrilizcrs shall conform to the requirements ~~al Code. 1 Sicrilizer piping. Access for thc purposes of inspect~onand niaintenance shall he provided to all stcrilixrpiping and dcvices necessary for the operation of stcrilizcrs.

2 Waste outlet. 5 inches (18 mm) in diameter and a strainer or crossbar to restrict tlie clcar opening of the waste outlet. 1 Approval. 3, A S M E A 1 1 2 . 1 9 . 1 M , ASlME A 1 1 2 . 1 9 . 9M. 1. 4. GI-oupwahh-up equipment shall confol-111to the requiremcnls of Section 402. Every 20 inches (508 lnm) of rim space shall be considered as one lavatory. 2 Cultured marble lavatories. 5. 2006 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE@ FIXTURES. 3 Lavatory waste outlets. 25 inches (33 nlm) in diametcr. A strainer.

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