Written by IAPMO 5:54 pm Uniform Codes Spotlight


February 8, 2024

From the 2024 UPC Illustrated Training Manual, Chapter 8, INDIRECT WASTES

814.6 Condensate Waste from Air-Conditioning Coils. Where the condensate waste from air-conditioning coils discharges by direct connection to a lavatory tailpiece or to an approved accessible inlet on a bathtub overflow, the connection shall be located in the area controlled by the same person controlling the air-conditioned space.

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Last modified: February 8, 2024