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C-1 Plumbing and Heating Contractor (2017-05-01)

A person who holds a classification C-1 license may perform any of the work authorized for the subclassifications of the classification C-1 license, including: the installation of boilers and pipes for hot water and steam, including all related fittings, valves, gauges, pumps, radiators, convectors, tanks and lines for fuel oil, chimneys, flues, insulation and other appurtenances; the fabrication and installation of all systems of sprinklers for protection from fire, including the appurtenances; the insulation of pipes, ducts and related equipment. A C-1 licensee may also perform the installation and maintenance of material and fixtures to create sanitary conditions in buildings by providing a permanent means for a supply of safe water and any sanitary waste and vent systems that are required to ensure the appropriate removal of waste from these buildings; drainage systems for roofs; hydronic heating systems not exceeding 200,000 British thermal units; systems of landscape irrigation; systems to heat potable water, including, without limitation, solar equipment; a permanent means to supply gas for residential and industrial purposes; and pipes for compressed air, vacuums and gases for medical use. A C-1 licensee may also perform the selection, cutting, shaping, fabrication and installation of sheet metal, including, without limitation, cornices, flashings, gutters, leaders, downspouts for rainwater, pans, food service equipment, ducts, louvres, patented chimneys, flues, and metal roof systems. A C-1 licensee may also perform the fabrication and installation of systems for the heating, evaporative cooling and circulation of air, including, without limitation, the installation of solar equipment for that purpose; the installation of pipes from the source of supply of liquefied petroleum and natural gas into a building or structure and the installation of the related vents; the installation, replacement and repair of water heaters, including the connection to existing lines for potable water and gas, the necessary venting and other incidental connections; the fabrication, installation, repair and removal of pipes, pumps, valves and other equipment used in the transfer of chilled water for the control of temperature; the installation, replacement and repair of systems to replenish breathing air for firefighters; and the fabrication, installation, repair and removal of pipes and equipment used for the transmission of water, steam, gas, chemicals, food and other substances for industrial use.

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70% Minimum Passing Score
5 Hours

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