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2015 International Fuel Gas Code®

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Overview

Front Matter (Title Page, TOC, Preface and Forward)

Referenced Standards

Addresses the design and installation of fuel gas systems and gas-fired appliances through requirements that emphasize performance. For the most current adoptions details go to International Code Adoptions

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Publisher:
ICC
Pages:
192

The 2015 IFGC® contains many important changes including:

  • Condensate pumps located in attics, crawl spaces and other uninhabited spaces must now be connected to the appliance served in order to shut down the appliance upon failure of the pumping system. (Section 307.6; FG5-12)
  • The provisions for protecting concealed piping from penetration by nails, screws and other fasteners were rewritten to address pipe and tubing that is parallel to framing members as well as perpendicular. (Sections 404.7.1 - 404.7.3; FG15-12)
  • The provisions for appliance connection were revised to address listed gas hose connectors for outdoor appliances and also provide specific installation requirements for commercial cooking appliance connectors. (Sections 411.1 and 411.1.1; FG24-12)
  • New text was added to address sidewall vents that discharge towards adjacent buildings. (Section 503.8; FG30-12)

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