Florida Plumbing Contractor - Isometric Refresher (Virtual / 3 Hours)
PLUMBING ISOMETRIC REFRESHER - SEMI-PRIVATE VIRTUAL CLASS
Instructor Jack Sheffield will teach you the techniques that are essential to passing the Isometric portion of the Florida State Plumbing Exam in this 3 hour virtual semi-private class held via Zoom. Classes will have a maximum of 4 people. You can attend the virtual class on your phone or computer that is equipped with a camera and microphone.
After you purchase, you will receive an email with instructions on how to attend the class.
SPACE IS LIMITED
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For questions, please call: 954-210-3030
*Payment must be received at the time of booking in order to reserve your class seat. Class is nonrefundable if cancelled with less than 24 hours notice.*
2022 Class Schedule:
November 7th, Monday
||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Virtual / Zoom|
|November 21st, Monday||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Virtual / Zoom|
December 5th, Monday
||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Virtual / Zoom|
- Instructor: Jack Sheffield
- Isometric theory overview
- Step-by-step isometric drawing instructions
- The Rules of Isometric projection: An Isometric object should be drawn using vertical lines and horizontal lines. Vertical lines stay vertical but horizontal lines are drawn at a 30-degree angle to the horizontal plane. Angle between all the three axes must be 120 degrees.
What to Bring:
10 sheets of isometric paper
- 30-60-90 Triangle
Isometric Drawing Portion of the Florida State Plumbing Exam:
Each of the isometric drawings is worth up to a maximum of 10 points. Based on the criteria listed below, each drawing will be independently evaluated by three graders. At least two of the graders must agree that a criterion is correct in order for that criterion to be graded as correct and points to be awarded. If one or more criterion is determined to be incorrect by at least two of the graders, points will not be awarded for that criterion. The awarded points for all criteria will be summed and converted to a 10 point scale to determine the score for each drawing.
The following are the criteria and points used by the graders to evaluate each of the five isometric drawings.
a. Legibility. Drawing is clear and readable. Drawing is sufficient in size. Lines and labels are distinguishable. (8 points)
b. Orientation. All fixtures are shown in the correct location relative to each other. (20 points)
c. Flow. Direction of flow is shown when going from vertical to horizontal. The direction of flow must be indicated even if the direction is implied for all waste lines and all fixture connections. Direction of flow is not required for vent lines. (12 points)
d. Angles. Isometric drawing uses 30-60-90 degree angles. All angles used on the drawing are displayed at the appropriate orientation. (8 points)
e. Piping. All pipes, fittings, traps, clean-outs, and similar portions of the piping structure are included on the drawing. All piping is shown exactly as on the drawing (regardless of specific code requirements). The piping must display the correct elevation in reference to the floor plan. (20 points)
f. Labeling. All fixtures are labeled according to the legend provided in the examination instructions. (4 points)
g. Vents. All vents are properly indicated. (16 points)
h. Fixtures. All fixtures shown on the floor plan are appropriately indicated on the isometric drawing. (12 points)
Florida State Plumbing Exam Dates and Deadlines:
The plumbing (trade knowledge) examinations are administered in paper and pencil format multiple times per year in Orlando only. To register for the exam visit www.floridaexam.com
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