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COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL

CONSTRUCTION

Sector:
Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II
Unit of Competency:

Prepare Pipe for Installation


Module Title:

Preparing Pipe for Installation


Institution:

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NATIONAL CERTIFICATE LEVEL II


QUALIFICATION LEVEL

COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIALS


No.
1.

Basic Competencies

Module Title

Code

Participate in workplace
communication

1. Participating in workplace
communication

500311105

2.

Work in a team environment

2. Working in a team environment

500311106

3.

Practice career professionalism

3. Practicing career professionalism

500311107

4.

Practice occupational health and


safety procedures

4. Practicing occupational health


and safety procedures

500311108

No.
1.

Module Title

Code

Prepare construction materials and


tools

1. Preparing construction materials


and tools

CON931201

2.

Observe procedures, specifications


and manuals of instruction

2. Observing procedures,
specifications and manuals of
instruction

CON311201

3.

Perform mensuration and


calculations

3. Performing mensuration and


calculations

CON311203

4.

Maintain tools and equipment

4. Maintaining tools and


equipment

CON311204

No.
1.

Common Competencies

Core Competencies

Module Title

Code

Prepare pipes for installation

1. Preparing pipes for installation

CON713301

2.

Make piping joints and connections

2. Making piping joints and


connections

CON713302

3.

Perform minor construction works

3. Performing minor construction


works

CON713303

4.

Perform single unit plumbing


installation and assemblies

4. Performing single unit plumbing


installation and assemblies

CON713304

5.

Perform plumbing repair and


maintenance works

5. Performing plumbing repair and


maintenance works

CON713305

6.

Conduct pipe leak testing

6. Conducting pipe leak testing

CON713306

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HOW TO USE THIS COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL


Welcome to the module in Prepare Pipes for Installation. This module
contains training materials and activities for you to complete.
The unit of competency Preparing Pipes for Installation contains
knowledge, skills and attitudes required for Plumbing. It is one of the core

competencies at National Certificate level II (NCII).


You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to
complete each learning outcome of the module. In each learning outcome are
Information Sheets and Instruction Sheets (Reference Materials for further
reading to help you better understand the required activities.) Follow these
activities on your own and answer the self-check at the end of each learning
outcome. You may remove a blank answer sheet at the end of each module (or
get one from your facilitator/trainer) to write your answers for each self-check.
If you have questions, dont hesitate to ask your facilitator for assistance.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
You may already have some or most of the knowledge and skills covered
in this learners guide because you have:

been working for some time


Already completed training in this area.

If you can demonstrate to your trainer that you are competent in a


particular skill or skills, talk to him/her about having them formally recognized
so you dont have to do the same training again. If you have a qualification or
Certificate of Competency from previous training, show it to your trainer. If the
skills you acquired are still current and relevant to the unit/s of competency
they may become part of the evidence you can present for RPL. If you are not
sure about the currency of your skills, discuss this with your trainer.
At the end of this module is a Learners Diary. Use this diary to record
important dates, jobs undertaken and other workplace events that will assist
you in providing further details to your trainer or assessor. A Record of
Achievement is also provided for your trainer to complete once you complete
the module.

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This module was prepared to help you achieve the required competency,
in Prepare Pipes for Installation. This will be the source of information for
you to acquire knowledge and skills into this particular trade independently
and at your own pace, with minimum supervision or help from your instructor.
Remember to:

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Talk to your trainer and agree on how you will both organize the
Training of this unit.

Read through the module carefully. It is divided into sections,


which cover all the skills, and knowledge you need to successfully
complete this module.

Work through all the information and complete the activities in


each section.

Read information sheets and complete the self-check. Suggested


references are included to supplement the materials provided in
this module.

Most probably your trainer will also be your supervisor or


manager. He / She is there to support you and show you the
correct way to do things.

Your trainer will tell you about the important things you need to
consider when you are completing activities and it is important
that you listen and take notes.

You will be given plenty of opportunity to ask questions and


practice on the job.

Make sure you practice your new skills during regular work shifts.
This way you will improve both your speed and memory and also
your confidence.

Talk to more experienced workmates and ask for their guidance.

Use the self-check questions at the end of each section to test your
own progress.

When you are ready, ask your trainer to watch you perform the
activities outlined in this module.
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As you work through the activities, ask for written feedback on


your progress.

Your trainer keeps feedback/pre-assessment reports for this


reason. When you have successfully completed each element, ask
your trainer to mark on the reports that you are ready for
assessment.

When you feel confident that you have had sufficient practice, ask your Trainer
to evaluate you. The results of your assessment will be recorded in your
Progress Chart and Accomplishment Chart.

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MODULE CONTENT
UNIT OF COMPETENCY:
MODULE TITLE:
MODULE DESCRIPTOR:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION


PREPARING PIPE FOR INSTALLATION
This module includes the competencies required
to identify and select materials, tools and
equipment and to cut and thread pipes.

NOMINAL DURATION:

20 HOURS

MODULE DISCRIPTOR:
This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in the preparation of
pipes prior to installation except copper pipe.
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:
1.

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COMPETENCY SUMMARY
Qualification Title
:
CERTIFICATE LEVEL :
UNIT OF COMPETENCY:
MODULE TITLE
:
NOMINAL DURATION :

Plumbing NC II
NC II
Prepare Pipe for Installation
Preparing Pipe for Installation
20 hrs

INTRODUCTION:
This module contains information and suggested learning activities on
preparing pipe for installation. It includes instructions on how to interpret
plumbing plan, select plumbing materials for installation, identify and explain
the different tools and equipment and their uses, and the OH & S of safe
handling of hand tools.
Completion of this module will help you in the understanding of
succeeding modules on making piping joints and connections.
This module consists of one (1) learning outcome and four (4) learning
content that contains learning activities for both knowledge and skills,
supported with information sheets, self-check activities and task/job sheets,
and gathered from different sources. Before you perform the manual exercises,
read the information/operation sheet and answer the self-activities provided to
ascertain to yourself and your instructor that you are equipped with the
knowledge necessary to perform the skill portion of the particular learning
outcomes.
Upon completion of this module, please report to your instructor for
assessment to check your understanding of the knowledge and skills
requirements of this module. If you pass the assessment, let your trainer mark
competent on your Trainees Record Book (TRB) and you will be given a
certificate of completion.
SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES
LEARNING OUTCOME 1.

Identify and select materials, tools and


equipment

CONTENTS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Plumbing blue print reading


Plumbing materials and their uses
Plumbing tools and equipment and their uses and function
Safety handling of Plumbing hand tools and equipment
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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1.

Work instructions are read and interpreted in accordance with job requirements

2.

Materials, tools and equipment are selected and prepared according to job
requirements

3.

Appropriate PPE is selected according to job requirements

ASSESSMENT METHOD
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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Interview
Written Test
Direct observation
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LO 1.IDENTIFY AND SELECT MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT


CONTENTS:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Plumbing blue print reading


Plumbing materials and their uses
Plumbing tools and equipment and their uses and function
Safety handling of Plumbing hand tools and equipment

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Work instructions are read and interpreted in accordance with job
requirements
2. Materials, tools and equipment are selected and prepared
according to job requirements
3. Appropriate PPE is selected according to job requirements
CONDITIONS:
Students /trainees must be provided with the following:
PPE
Blue print or Building Plan/ working
layout plan
Plumbing tools and equipment
Manufacturer operating procedure
manual
List of Plumbing materials and
Checklist

METHODOLOGIES:
Interactive discussion
Self-paced instruction
Demonstration
ASSESSMENT METHODS:
Interview
Written examination
Practical demonstration
Direct observation

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Learning Experiences
Learning Outcome No. 1
Identify and select materials, tools and equipment
Learning Activities
Special Instructions
Read Information Sheet 1.1-1a on
Give emphasis on the different
Plumbing Blue Print Reading
plumbing symbols and abbreviations
Answer Self Check 1.1-1a

Compare to answer key 1.1-1a

Read Information Sheet 1.1-1b on


Interpreting Plumbing Layout Plan

Interpret Plumbing Drawings

Perform Task Sheet 1.1-1b on


interpreting plumbing layout plan

Evaluate using performance criteria


checklist 1.1-1b

Read Information Sheet 1.1-2a on


Plumbing Materials specification and
uses

Take time to understand especially the


materials specification and uses

Answer Self Check 1.1-2a

Compare to answer key 1.1-2a

Read Information Sheet 1.1-2b on


Plumbing fittings

Describe plumbing fittings and


identify its uses

Answer Self check 1.1-2b


Perform Task Sheet 1.1-2b
Read Information Sheet 1.1-3 on
Plumbing Tools and Equipments for
installation

Compare to answer key 1.1-2b


Evaluate using performance criteria
checklist 1.1-2b
Identify different plumbing tools and
equipment and their uses in
installation

Answer Self Check 1.1-3

Compare to answer key 1.1-3

View slide presentation or visit


www.plumbinghelp.ca

Familiarize plumbing tools and


category

Perform Task Sheet 1.1-3 on Tools


and equipment identification

With a partner and using the


Performance Criteria Checklist 1.1-3
evaluate your performance

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Read Information Sheet 1.1-4 on Hand Give emphasis especially on Safety


and Power tools Safety
reminder on handling hand and power
tools
Answer Self Check1.1-4

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Information Sheet No. 1.1-1a


Plumbing Blue Print Reading
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to
explain, identify standard plumbing symbols, abbreviation.
INTRODUCTION
In addition to practical training with tools and materials, a plumber must
learn to the plumbing symbols and abbreviation. It is difficult for a plumber to
make any interpretation of a plan if he/ she do not know the plumbing symbols
and abbreviation indicated in the plumbing layout or print and specifications
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS
A common set of symbols are used on architectural prints to represent
materials, building objects, and various dimensions and locations. Piping
symbols are used by architect and mechanical engineers on prints to represent
plumbing fixtures and piping systems, as well as pipe fittings and valves used
to construct plumbing systems.
A print is a drawing showing a building structure and all of its
components. Prints are also referred to as blueprints or working drawings.
Specifications are written information that supplements the prints and
provides additional details that could not be shown on the prints or that
require additional description such as information on legal responsibilities,
insurance, quality of workmanship, and other necessary details such as
brands and types of plumbing fixtures and equipment. See figure 1.1

Note: Symbols and Abbreviations in plumbing trade may appear similar in


other qualification but it may have different meaning and application.

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Figure 1.1. Shows plumbing symbols on fixtures, fittings, pipe, and valves

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Plumbing Abbreviations are used on a set of prints to describe


materials and processes while conserving space on the prints. Only uppercase
letters are used for abbreviations on prints.
Figure 1.2. Shows plumbing terms and their corresponding
abbreviations.
TERM
Adapter
Alignment
Area Drain
Back pressure
Bathroom
Bathtub
Cast Iron
Cast Iron Pipe
Check Valve
Clean out
Concrete Pipe
Cold Water
Drinking Fountain
Dishwasher
Elbow
Electric Water Cooler
Elevation
Flange
Flared
Floor Drain
Galvanized Iron
Hot Water
Inside Diameter
Kitchen
Kitchen Sink
Lavatory
Manhole
Manhole Cover
Pipe Line
Plumbing
Roof Drain
Sanitary
Sewer
Shower
Shower Drain
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Abbreviation
ADPTR
ALIGN
AD
BP
B
BT
CI
CIP
CV
CO
CP
CW
DF
DW
ELB
EWC
EL
FLG
FLDC
FD
GALVI
HW
ID
K or KIT
KS
LAV
MH
MC
PPLN
PLMB
RD
SAN
SEW
SH
SD
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Soil Pipe
Soil Stack
Thread
Toilet
Tubing
Union
Urinal
Vent
Vent Pipe
Vent Stack
Washing Machine
Waste
Waste Pipe
Waste Stack
Water
Water Closet
Water Meter
Water Heater

SP
SSK
THD
T
TBG
UN
UR
V
VP
VS
WM
W
WP
WS
WTR
WC
WM
WH

Note: View slide presentation on plumbing symbols or visit


www.plumbinghelp.ca for more plumbing symbols and abbreviation not
indicated in the module.

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Self Check No. 1.1-1a


A. Identification:

Identify what is described on the following:

1. A drawing showing a building structure and all of its components.


2. Written information that supplements the prints and provides additional
details that could not be shown on the prints.

3. Used on architectural prints to represent materials, building objects, and


various dimensions and locations.
4. Used on a set of prints to describe materials and processes while
conserving space on the prints. Only uppercase letters are used for
abbreviations on prints.

B. Matching Type: Match column A with column B.


A
a. Symbol
1. Tee
2. Elbow 90
3. Wye
4. Union
5. Elbow 45
b. Abbreviation
6. Water Closet
7. Shower
8. Lavatory
9. Floor Drain
10.

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B
A. WC
B.
C.
D. LAV
E.
F. UR
G. SH
H.
I.
J. FD

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Answer Key No. 3.1-1


A. Identification
1.
2.
3.
4.

Prints
Specifications
Symbols
Abbreviation

B. Matching Type
1. C
2. E
3. H
4. I
5. B
6. A
7. G
8. D
9. J
10. F

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Information Sheet No. 1.1-1b


Plumbing Blue Print Interpretation
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to
interpret plumbing layout plan.
INTRODUCTION
Interpreting plumbing layout plan is a very critical aspect in plumbing
installation. Any misinterpretation of a layout or drawing may result into back
job and can contribute to the loss of materials.
Schematic and Isometric Piping Drawing
A plumber must develop schematic and isometric piping drawings for
smaller buildings to become familiar with the lay out of the different plumbing
systems.
1. Plan View shows
where the plumbing
fixtures and piping are
to be located and as
where they are to be
installed.

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2. A schematic piping
drawing, or
diagrammatic piping
drawing, is a drawing of
piping system without
regards to scale and
exact location of the
fixture shown on the
drawing.

3. An Isometric piping
drawing is a three
dimensional drawing of
a plumbing system.

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Self Check No. 1.1-1a


Identification:

Identify what is described on the following:

1. Shows where the plumbing fixtures and piping are to be


located and as where they are to be installed.
2. Is a drawing of piping system without regards to scale and
exact location of the fixture shown on the drawing.
3. A three dimensional drawing of a plumbing system.

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Answer Key No. 1.1-1


Identification

1. Plan View
2. Schematic Drawing
3. Isometric Drawing

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Task Sheet No. 1.1-1


Interpret Plumbing Layout Plan
Title:

Interpreting Plumbing Layout Plan

Performance Objectives:
Given the plumbing layout plan the trainee should be able to interpret the
plan and a make list of the standard plumbing symbols and abbreviation
indicated on the plan.
Supplies and Materials:
Plumbing Layout Plan, Performance Criteria Check List
Steps:
1. Secure Plumbing layout plan at the learning resource area.
2. Make a list of different plumbing symbols and abbreviation indicated.
3. Interpret the plumbing layout plan.
4. Check your work against the Performance Criteria Checklist with your
trainer.
5. Present your work to your Trainer for evaluation.
Assessment Method:
Evaluation of finished output, Performance Criteria Checklist

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Performance Criteria Checklist


Task Sheet 1.1-1
Trainees Name ______________________________ Date: _________
CRITERIA
Did the trainee
1. Secured plumbing layout plan?
2. List down plumbing symbols indicated in the
plumbing layout plan.
3. Identified / interpret correctly the following symbols
and abbreviation:
A. Symbol
Tee
Union
Elbow 90
Wye
P-trap
Elbow 45
Sanitary Tee
Clean out
Vent pipe
Waste pipe
Cold Water Supply
Hot Water Supply
Valve
B. Abbreviation
Water Closet
Lavatory
Shower
Floor Drain
Vent thru roof
4. Was the trainees performance achieved the criteria
given?

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Information Sheet No. 1.1-2a


Plumbing Materials
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to
identify and select plumbing materials needed in a specific job.
INTRODUCTION:
Plumbing as defined as the installation of pipes, fitting, fixtures and
other apparatus in conveying and supplying water into different parts of the
building and to dispose and discharge waste water and other substances out of
the building. This module tackles about the different plumbing materials those
plumbing codes permit to use.
PLUMBING MATERIALS KINDS/ TYPES AND CLASSIFICATION
The Revised Plumbing Code of the Philippines specifies the type of piping
materials that may be used for each plumbing system. Plumbing code bases of
selecting materials are the soil types, ground condition, local rainfall and frost
or freezing conditions. Consult the plumbing code to ensure that only codeapprove material is being used for plumbing system.
Pipe is a cylindrical tube used for conveying potable water, wastewater,
waterborne waste, and air from one location to another.
There are numerous kinds of pipes available for plumbing installation but
so far, the most popular and commonly used are:
Note: Refer to the Revised Plumbing Code of the Philippines found at the
learning resource area for the materials approve by the code.
1. PLASTIC PIPE
Characteristics:
Low Initial Cost
Ease Of Assembly
Lightweight
Corrosion Resistant
Low friction loss
Fire resistant
Maintenance free
A. Types of Plastic Pipe
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ABS (Acrylonitrite-ButedieneStyrene)

Uses:
Sanitary Drainage
Vent Piping
Storm Water Drainage
Size Availability:
11/4- 6 inch diameter
10 ft or 20 ft. lengths

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)


Uses:
Cold water lines
Drains
Irrigation
Size Availability:
1/2 to 4 diameter
10 and 20 ft. lengths

CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl


Chloride)
Uses:
Cold and hot water lines
High temperature and
pressure lines
Size Availability:
1/2 ND 3/4 diameter
10 ft. lengths

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PE ( Polyethelyne)
Underground water
service
Size Availability:
3/4 to 2 diameter
100 ft. coils

2. COPPER PIPE

Characteristics:
Resists corrosion
Accepted by virtually every plumbing code
Will not burn or support combustion and decompose to toxic
gases
Easy to join
Easily formable
Lightweight
Economical

A. TYPES OF COPPER PIPE


TYPE K (GREEN)
Uses:
Domestic water
Service and distribution
Fire protection
Solar
Fuel/fuel oil
HVAC
Available Sizes:
Straight lengths: to 8
20 ft.
Coils: to 1 - 100 ft.

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TYPE L (Blue)
Uses:
Domestic water
Service and distribution
Fire protection
Solar
Fuel/fuel oil
Liquefied petroleum (LP)
gas
HVAC
Snow melting
Size Availability:
Straight lengths: to 8
20 ft.
Coils: to 1 100 ft.

TYPE M (Red)
USES:
Domestic water
Service and distribution
Fire protection
Solar
Fuel/fuel oil
Liquefied petroleum (LP)
gas
HVAC
Snow melting
Size Availability:
Straight lengths: to
12- 20 ft
No coils

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DMV (Yellow)
Uses:

Drain
Waste
Vent
Solar
HVAC
Size Availability:
Straight lengths:
1 to 8- 20 ft.
No coils

3. MALLEABLE IRON PIPE

Characteristics:
strong
susceptible to rust and
corrosion
difficult to install
Uses:
drain pipes
hot and cold supply
Size Availability:
1/2 to 12 diameter
21 lengths- cut pipe
available

4. CASTE IRON SOIL PIPE


CHARACTERISTICS
Versatile
Adaptable for use in all
types of building
Low-Cost Installation.
Cast iron soil pipe can be
preassembled
Product readily available
USES
sanitary and storm drain
waste and vent piping
applications
SIZE AVAILABILITY
11/2 to 12 diameter
5 AND 10 lengths
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5. VITRIFIED CLAY PIPE


CHARACTERISTICS:
Life expectancy: over 100
years
Chemically inert: resistant
to attack from solvents,
acids, alkalis, gases, etc.
Low friction coefficient.
Structural integrity:
inherent load bearing
Resistant to root penetration
and leakage.
Abrasion resistance:
Handling: easy to handle
and install.
Economical
USES
sanitary and storm drain
waste and vent piping
applications
SIZE AVAILABILITY:
11/2 to 12 diameter
5 AND 10 lengths

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Self Check No. 1.1-2a


IDENTIFICATION: Identify the following the different types of pipe.
Image of Pipe:

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Answer Key No. 1.1-2a


Image of Pipe:

Name:
ABS (Acrylonitrite-ButedieneStyrene) PIPE

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) PIPE

CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl) PIPE

PE ( Polyethelyne) PIPE

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TYPE K (GREEN) Copper Pipe

TYPE L (Blue) Copper Pipe

TYPE M (Red) Copper Pipe

DMV (Yellow) Copper Pipe

MALLEABLE IRON PIPE

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CASTE IRON SOIL PIPE

VITRIFIED CLAY PIPE

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Task Sheet No. 1.1-1a


Identify Plumbing materials
Title:

Identifying Plumbing Materials

Performance Objectives:
At a given presentation the trainee should be able to correctly identify
standard plumbing materials, their characteristics and uses.
Supplies and Materials:
Slide Presentation or Video presentation on plumbing materials
Performance Criteria Check List
Steps:
1. View slide or Video presentation on plumbing materials.
2. Make a list of standard plumbing material use in plumbing.
3. List down the uses and characteristics of plumbing materials.
4. Check your work against the Performance Criteria Checklist with your
trainer.
5. Submit your output to your trainer for evaluation.

Assessment Method:
Evaluation of finished output, Performance Criteria Checklist, Oral Questioning

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Performance Criteria Checklist


Task Sheet 1.1-1
Trainees Name ______________________________ Date: _________
CRITERIA

YES

NO

Did the trainee


1. View slide or Video presentation on plumbing
materials?
2. Make a list of standard plumbing material use in
plumbing?
3. List down the uses and characteristics of plumbing
materials?
4. Check the work against the Performance Criteria
Checklist with your trainer?
5. Submit output for evaluation?

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Information Sheet No. 1.1-2b


Plumbing Fittings
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to
identify and select plumbing fittings needed in a specific job.
INTRODUCTION:
This information sheet contains standard plumbing fittings, their uses
and descriptions. These fittings are essential materials in plumbing
installation, without fittings it is merely impossible to connect pipes for
installation.
COMMON PIPE FITTINGS
Plumbing installation process utilizes fittings to connect pipes. Plumbing
fittings comes in different materials such as PVC, galvanize iron, cast iron,
UPVC, copper and etc. Fittings have different function or purpose and uses for
plumbing installation either for water supply or waste drainage system.
Plumbing fittings have different shapes which allow rigid straight pipe to
change both direction and diameter.
Figure 2.1 Show the plumbing fitting name, description, uses and image.
NAME
DISCRIPTION
USES
IMAGE
1. ELBOW
The most
Used to
common elbows change the
come in 90
angle or
degree and 45
direction of the
degree turns.
pipe run
The sweep of
the fitting
describes how
fast a transition
or change in
direction is
made

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2. STREET
ELBOW

One end of the


fitting has male
threads and the
other end has
female threads.

3. TEE

Shaped like the Allow for


letter T.
branch lines
DWV tees are
known as waste
or sanitary Ts.

4. COUPLING

PVC or G.I
fitting that is
inside threaded
with same end
size
PVC or G.I
fitting that is
inside threaded
with different
end size
Abrupt changes
in diameter and
take very little
space.
made in three
parts consisting
of a nut, a
female end, and
a male end

5. REDUCER

6. BUSHING

7. UNION

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Used to
change short
angle
/direction and
omit the use of
nipple.

Used to join
two straight
pieces of pipe
of the same
diameter
Used to join
pipe of
different
diameters
Used to make
the diameter of
a pipe fitting
smaller
Used to join
pieces of pipe
where pipes
cannot be
turned or
when a piece
of equipment
may have to be
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maintenance
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8. CAPS

9. PLUG

Industrial caps
can be round,
square,
rectangular, Ushaped, Ishaped and
have a round
hand grip or a
flat hand grip.
Have male
threads.
It is similar to a
cap but it fits
inside the
fitting

10. WYE

Pronounced
like the letter Y
and looks like
letter Y

Used to close
the end of a
dead end pipe.

Close an
opening on a
pipefitting
normally used
for inspection
and cleanout
Used primarily
to gain inside
access to DWV
systems.

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Self Check No. 1.1-2b


A. TRUE OR FALSE:
Write T if the sentence is correct and F if the sentence is false.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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Union is used to join pieces of pipe where pipes cannot be turned.
The fitting to be used to change short angle is coupling.
Reducer is used to join pipe of different diameters.
Wye is a fitting which allow for a branch, it is shape like a tee.

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Answer Key No. 1.1-2b


A. TRUE or FALSE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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T
T
F
T
F

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Information Sheet No. 1.1-3


Plumbing Tools and Equipments for installation.

Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to identify and
describe plumbing tools and equipment for plumbing installation.
INTRODUCTION
Include in this information sheet are the different plumbing tools and
equipments in plumbing installation. Tools are categorized in to two, the hand
and power tools. Tools are also fall into different classification such as
Cutting, Measuring, Holding, Driving Tools and etc. It is a must for the
plumber to select properly what tools and equipment needed according to job
specification.
Plumbing Tools
Plumbing tools fall under one of two categories:
1. Hand tools
Manually operated.
Not as expensive as power tools.
Equally important in completing a task or project.
Most employers expect a plumber to have basic hand tools
when being considered for employment.
See Figure 3.1 for the plumbing tools and their corresponding
uses.

Name
Levels

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Image

A level has
tubes partially
filled with
colored liquid
leaving a
trapped air
bubble.
Used to lever
pipe

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Pull-Push
Rule

Squares

The framing
square is a tool
for laying out
angles.
It has two
edges that
form a 90
angle.

Adjustable
Wrenches

Adjustable
wrenches are
available in
various sizes.
Some have a
cushioned grip.
Their jaw
opening is
adjustable and
smooth.
Use to hold
pipe and
fittings
have grooved
jaws designed
to provide grip
for working
with metal
piping
systems.

Pipe
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horizontally or
even finding its
plumbness
They vary in
blade width
and length.
The retractable
type with a
pocket clip is
the most
common.
Use to measure
pipe for
installation

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Hammer

Used for
driving clams
and piping
support in
plumbing
installation
and use also
for roughing
work

Plastic pipe
Saw

use to cut both


ABS and PVC
pipe.

Hack Saw
with Blade

designed to cut
through metal.

Wall Board
Saw

designed to cut
circular holes

Chalk line or
chalk box

Used to mark a
straight line for
layout or to cut
plywood
boards.

Figure 1.1-3 Shows the plumbing tools and its uses.

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Self Check No. 1.1-3


A. MATCHING TYPE
Match column A with column B.
A
1.

B
A. Adjustable wrench

2.
B. Hack Saw

3.
C. Pull-Push Rule

4.
D. Levels

5.
E. Pipe wrench

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Answer Key 1.1-3


A. MATCHING TYPE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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A
B
E
D

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Task Sheet 1.1-3


Title:
IDENTIFICATION OF SHOP HAND AND POWER TOOLS
Performance Objectives:
After completing this activity the trainee will be able correctly identify the
different types of tools needed in carrying out the activity
Supplies and Materials:
Blank paper, ball pen
Equipment:
Shop hand tools
Tool Identification:
1. On the table are set of different shop tools. Identify the classification of
plumbing tools
2. Make a list of plumbing tools according to its classification or category.
3. Innumerate the uses of plumbing tools.
4. Get a partner and compare your list with your partner and discuss its
function, operation and proper use. Use the performance checklist given
to you by your trainer as your guide.
5. After completing the activity, submit the list and if ready for an
assessment approach your trainer for your institutional evaluation.
Assessment Method:
Evaluation in correctly identifying the tools, Performance Criteria Checklist

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Performance Criteria Checklist 1.1-3


SHOP HAND TOOLS IDENTIFICATION

Trainees Name ______________________________ Date: _________


CRITERIA
1. Did the trainee identify plumbing tools?
1. Hand Tools
a. Striking tools
1. Rubber Mallet
2. Ballpeen Hammer
3. Sledge hammer
4. Claw Hammer
b. Gripping tools /turning tools
1. wrenches
a. adjustable wrench
b. pipe wrench
c. spud wrench
d. adjustable basin wrench
e. monkey wrench
f. strap wrench
2. Pliers
a. Diagonal Cutting Plier
b. Pipe wrench
c. long nose plier
c. Turning tools
1. Slotted Screwdriver
2. Phillips Screwdriver
3. Wrench
a. box
b. Open
c. Combination
d. Socket
d. Cutting tools
1. Hacksaw
2. Cutter
3. Tin snip
4. Cold Chisel
5. File
6. Pipe cutter
7. PVC pipe cutter
8. Cooper tubing cutter
9. Pipe burring reamer
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e. Threading tools
1. Pipe threader
2. Pipe Tap
3. Flaring tools
4. Pipe die set
f. leveling/marking tools/ aligning tools
1. level bar/ spirit level
2. chalk line
3.pencil
4.plumb bob
g. Measuring tools
1. Pull push rule
2. Did the trainee innumerate the uses of tools?
3. Did the trainee compare and discuss the list and uses of
tools with his/ her classmate?
4. Submit the list? Submit and pass the evaluation?

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Information Sheet No. 1.1-4


Hand and Power Tools safety
Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to
explain, identify and perform safety handling of hand tools.
INTRODUCTION:
In this information sheet contains OH& S on handling both hand and
power tools. Ones a plumber practice safe handling of tools he/ she can avoid
accident, injury which may result into death or damage to property. On the
other hand if the plumber did not practice such safety handling of tools it may
have a reverse result.
HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY
Plumbing tools are classified into two; the HAND TOOLS and the POWER
TOOLS.
Differences between hand and power tools:

Hand tools have no power source, other than the physical force
applied by the user. Hand tools include anything from axes to
hammers, and screwdrivers to wrenches

Power Tools require a non-human power source to function


properly--e.g. External (electricity, compressed air, etc.) or
Internal (battery pack, internal combustion engine, etc.).

Both kinds of tools require specific safety precautions or rules to be


followed; yet some rules will apply to both.

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There are five basic rules that apply to all tools used either hand or
power and general safety rules that govern with the use of hand tools
5 Basic Rules
Keep all tools in good working order
Use the tool only for what it is designed to do
Examine the tool for damage before each use
Always follow the manufacturers instructions when operating any
tool
Always wear the appropriate PPE when operating any tool
GENERAL Hand Tool SAFETY
RULES
Carry all sharp tools in a holster or sheath
Tag worn, damaged or defective tools and do not use them
Do not perform makeshift repairs to tools
Do not use cheater bars
The Greatest Hazards of Hand Tools: Misuse/Improper Maintenance
Using a screwdriver as a chisel
Could cause the tip to break and fly, hitting either the operator or
bystanders
A wooden handle on tool such as a hammer or an axe is loose, splintered
or cracked
The tool head could fly off and strike the operator or bystanders
Impact tools, e.g. chisels and wedges, are unsafe if their heads are
mushroomed
The heads might shatter on impact sending sharp fragments flying
Wrenches must not be used if the jaws are sprung, cracked or twisted
The wrench could slip off

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SAFETY RULES for SPECIFIC Hand Tools


HAMMERS
Use a claw hammer for pulling nails
Do not strike a hardened steel surface with a claw hammer
Do not strike one hammer against another hammer
Do not use a hammer as a wedge or pry-bar

CHISELS
Use only chisels that are sharp
Do not use chisels with a mushroom head
Use only hammers that are designed for use with chisels

SAWS
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Do not carry the saw by the blade


Do not use any saw that has a dull saw blade
Keep control of the saw by releasing downward pressure at the end of
each stroke

SCREWDRIVERS

Always ensure the screwdriver fits the head of the screw


Do not hold the work piece against your body while using the screwdriver
Do not use a screwdriver as a punch, chisel, pry bar or nail puller
Do not use a screwdriver to test the charge of a battery
Use blue handled screwdrivers when working on electrical
Do not use a screwdriver to make a starting hole for screws

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WRENCHES
Do not use wrenches that are bent, cracked, or that have loose handles
A hammer may be used for striking face wrenches ONLY
If at all possible use socket or box wrenches
Do not use a cheater bar

SNIPS

Wear safety glasses or goggles when using snips


Wear work gloves when cutting material with snips
Do not use snips as a hammer, screwdriver, wrench or pry bar
Use the correct type of snips for the job

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GENERAL Power Tool SAFETY

Do not use power tools you are not trained on


Do not lift or carry power tools by their power cord
Keep power cords out of the paths of the power tool
Do not leave tools unattended

Do not stand in water or wet surfaces when running a power tool


Hold all power tools by the plastic hand grips
or other nonconductive
areas.
Do not plug multiple electrical cords into a single outlet
Do not use power tools or extension cords with a missing prong
Ground all tools unless double insulated

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Self Check No. 1.1-4


Safety Handling of Plumbing Tools
A. Innumerate the five basic safety rules that apply both hand tools and power
tools.
B. Explain what will happen if the hand tools are misused or improper
maintenance. Give at least one.
C. TRUE or FALSE.
Write TRUE if the sentence is correct and write FALSE if it is not.
1. Hand tools require a non-human power source to function properly.
2. Tagging worn, damaged or defective tools and not using them is one of
the general safety rules in handling tools.
3. It is proper to strike one hammer against another hammer.
4. Use only hammers that are designed for use with chisels.
5. It is safe to use wrenches that are bent, cracked, or that have loose
handles.

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Answer Key 1.1-4


Safe Handling of Tools
1. 5 Basic Rules
Keep all tools in good working order
Use the tool only for what it is designed to do
Examine the tool for damage before each use
Always follow the manufacturers instructions when operating any
tool
Always wear the appropriate PPE when operating any tool
2. Explainpossible answer
Using a screwdriver as a chisel
Could cause the tip to break and fly, hitting either the operator or
bystanders
A wooden handle on tool such as a hammer or an axe is loose, splintered
or cracked
The tool head could fly off and strike the operator or bystanders
Impact tools, e.g. chisels and wedges, are unsafe if their heads are
mushroomed
The heads might shatter on impact sending sharp fragments flying
Wrenches must not be used if the jaws are sprung, cracked or twisted
The wrench could slip off
3. TRUE or FALSE
1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. FALSE
4. TRUE
5. FALSE
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EVIDENCE PLAN
PLUMBING NC II

Selected materials in
accordance with
specifications and job
requirements*

Written

Portfolio

The evidence must show


that the trainee
Read and interpreted
work instructions
according to job
requirements*
Selected and used
appropriate processes,
tools and equipment
to carry out tasks*

Third party Report

Ways in which evidence will


be collected:
( tick the column)

Demonstration &
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Observation & oral


Questioning

Qualification:
Unit of
Competency:

Demonstrated
compliance with
safety regulations
applicable to work
site operations*

NOTE: * Critical aspects of competency


Prepared By:

EFREN G. GAYANES
TRAINER

Check By:

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ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

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LO 1:

IDENTIFY AND SELECT MATERIALS,TOOLS AND


EQUIPMENT

Task:
Your task is to:
Select the letter that best answer to the questions.
Question to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge.
1. What would you do if the plan given to you does not fit with the actual site
situation?
A. Ask the supervisor or foreman for further revision
B. Implement the plan regardless of discrepancy of the plan.
C. Revise the plan without consulting the supervisor.
D. All of the above.
2. What would you do in case the structural portion of the building is to be
affected by your piping lay out?
A. Revise the piping lay out.
B. Coordinate your work with the structural designer or engineer and
secure approval before going work.
C. Implement the plan.
D. Ask approval from the owner.
3. What are the tools and equipment needed in preparing pipe for installation?
A. Hack Saw, Pull-Push ,Pipe Threader
B. Try, Square,
C. Welding Machine, plier
D. Tester, heater
4. What are the materials needed in preparing pipe for installation.
A. PVC,GI, Cast Iron pipe
B. Wire, gloves
C. Welding rod, angle bar
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D. None of the above


5. What would you do if the tools or equipment being used suddenly broke
down?
A. Stop the task and check the tools or equipment and report it to your
immediate supervisor.
B. Stop the task and go home
C. Ask for replacement
D. All of the above

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Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION

LO 1:

IDENTIFY AND SELECT MATERIALS,TOOLS AND


EQUIPMENT

Task to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge and skills.


A. Interpreting Plumbing Layout Plan
Performance Objectives:
Given the plumbing layout plan the trainee should be able to interpret the
plan and a make list of the standard plumbing symbols and abbreviation
indicated on the plan and make a simple plumbing layout or sketch plan.
Supplies and Materials:
Plumbing Layout Plan, Performance Criteria Check List
Steps:
1. Secure Plumbing layout plan at the learning resource area.
2. Make a list of different plumbing symbols and abbreviation indicated.
3. Interpret the plumbing layout plan.
4. Make a simple plumbing lay out plan or sketch plan.
5. Check your work against the Performance Criteria Checklist with your
trainer.
6. Present your work to your Trainer for evaluation.
Assessment Method:

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MALILIPOT

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Date Developed:
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Developed by:
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Evaluation of finished output, Oral Questioning

Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION

LO 1:

IDENTIFY AND SELECT MATERIALS,TOOLS AND


EQUIPMENT

Task to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge and skills.


B. Identifying Plumbing Materials
Performance Objectives:
At a given presentation the trainee should be able to correctly identify
standard plumbing materials, their characteristics and uses.
Supplies and Materials:
Slide Presentation or Video presentation on plumbing materials
Performance Criteria Check List
Steps:
1. View slide or Video presentation on plumbing materials.
2. Make a list of standard plumbing material use in plumbing.
3. List down the uses and characteristics of plumbing materials.
4. Check your work against the Performance Criteria Checklist with your
trainer.
5. Submit your output to your trainer for evaluation.

Assessment Method:
PTC
MALILIPOT

Prepare Pipe for


Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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Evaluation of finished output, Oral Questioning

Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION

LO 1:

IDENTIFY AND SELECT MATERIALS,TOOLS AND


EQUIPMENT

Task to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge and skills.


C. IDENTIFICATION OF SHOP HAND AND POWER TOOLS
Performance Objectives:
After completing this activity the trainee will be able correctly identify the
different types of tools needed in carrying out the activity
Supplies and Materials:
Blank paper, ball pen
Equipment:
Shop hand tools
Tool Identification:
1. On the table are set of different shop tools. Identify the classification of
plumbing tools
2. Make a list of plumbing tools according to its classification or category.
3. Innumerate the uses of plumbing tools.
4. Get a partner and compare your list with your partner and discuss its
function, operation and proper use. Use the performance checklist given
to you by your trainer as your guide.
5. After completing the activity, submit the list and if ready for an
assessment approach your trainer for your institutional evaluation.
Assessment Method:
Evaluation in correctly identifying the tools, Oral Questioning.
PTC
MALILIPOT

Prepare Pipe for


Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION

LO 1:

IDENTIFY AND SELECT MATERIALS,TOOLS AND


EQUIPMENT

Oral question to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge and


skills.

1. What would you do if you cannot read and interpret complex blue print
plan?
2. What would happen if you did not use the plan for your piping
installation work?
3. What if you used PVC pipes instead of steel pipe passing thru the
structural portion of the building?
4. What would you do if the tools needed for the task is not available or not
functional.
5. Why you should not let the tools merge with the other tools?

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MALILIPOT

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Installation

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COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT TOOL ANSWER KEY


A. Question to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge.
1. What would you do if the plan given to you does not fit with the actual site
situation?
A. Ask the supervisor or foreman for further revision
B. Implement the plan regardless of discrepancy of the plan.
C. Revise the plan without consulting the supervisor.
D. All of the above.
2. What would you do in case the structural portion of the building is to be
affected by your piping lay out?
Revise the piping lay out.
A. Coordinate your work with the structural designer or engineer and
secure approval before going work.
B. Implement the plan.
C. Ask approval from the owner.
3. What are the tools and equipment needed in preparing pipe for installation?
A. Hack Saw, Pull-Push ,Pipe Threader
B. Try, Square,
C. Welding Machine, plier
D. Tester, heater
4. What are the materials needed in preparing pipe for installation.
A. PVC,GI, Cast Iron pipe
B. Wire, gloves
C. Welding rod, angle bar
D. None of the above
5. What would you do if the tools or equipment being used suddenly broke
down?
A. Stop the task and check the tools or equipment and report it to your
immediate supervisor.
B. Stop the task and go home
C. Ask for replacement
D. All of the above

PTC
MALILIPOT

Prepare Pipe for


Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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Observation and Questioning Checklist


Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION

Instructions for the teacher:


1. Observe the student how to prepare pipe for installation.
2. Describe the assessment activity and the date on which it was undertaken.
3. Place a tick in the box to show that the student completed each aspect of the
activity to the standard expected in the enterprise.
4. Ask the student a selection of the questions from the attached list to confirm
his/her underpinning knowledge
5. Place a tick in the box to show that the student answered the questions correctly.
6. Complete the feedback sections of the form.
Date of observation
Description of assessment
activity

After the activity the trainee will rate either

Location of assessment
activity
The student.

If yes, tick the box

Secured and interpret plumbing layout plan*

Make a list of different plumbing symbols and


abbreviation indicated*

Make a simple plumbing lay out plan or sketch


plan*
Identify and select plumbing materials in line
with job requirements and according to safety
practices.*
Identify and select plumbing tools and
equipment.*
Innumerate uses of plumbing tools.
Use PPE in line with job requirements*

Did the students overall performance meet the


standard?

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MALILIPOT

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Installation

Date Developed:
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Yes

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Students name:
Teachers name:

EFREN G. GAYANES

Name of School:

TESDA-PTC MALILIPOT

Qualification:

PLUMBING NC II

Unit of
competency:

PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION

Instructions for the teacher:


Oral question to prove the candidates underpinning knowledge and
skills.
Answer:
1. What would you do if you cannot read and interpret complex blue
print plan?
Answer: (a) I will ask my immediate superior to guide and assist
me. (b) I will honestly tell my superior that I could only
understand and interpret simple drawing.
2. What would happen if you did not use the plan for your piping
installation work?
Answer: The output may not be standard and not in accordance
with owners specification. It may cause great loss of material
and back job.
3. What if you used PVC pipes instead of steel pipe passing thru the
structural portion of the building?
Answer: Knowing the situation, inform your immediate superior
and ask him to request for an approval of materials to be used
for that particular location.
4. What would you do if the tools needed for the task is not available or
not functional.
Answer: Report to your superior about the situation and request
for the needed tools required for the specific task or job.
5. Why you should not let the tools merge with the other tools?
Answer: It may result to damage of tools. It is difficult to secure
needed tools within given time. It may cause accident while
searching for the tools needed.
PTC
MALILIPOT

Prepare Pipe for


Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
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INENTORY OF TOOLS, MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES


SECTOR:
CONSTRUCTION
QUALIFICATION:
PLUMBING NC II
NOMINAL DURATION: 258hrs
COMPETENCY

PRINT
MATERIALS

NON-PRINT
MATERIALS

TOOLS

EQUIPMENT

1.Cutting
Tools(10 pcs)
2.Threading
tools (5pcs)
3. Reaming
Tools (2pcs)
4.Measuring
tools (15pcs)
5. Marking
Tools ( 10
pcs)

1. Pipe cutter
2.Grinder
3.Threading
Machine (to
be purchase)
4.Working
Table ( 5pcs)
5. Training
Mock up
(7pcs)
6. Portable
Foldable Pipe
vise Tri
pod(1pc)

BASIC
COMMON
CORE
1. PREPARE PIPE FOR INSTALLATION
1.1 Prepare
1.CBLM
1.PPT on
materials, tools 2.Handout on plumbing
and equipment. plumbing
blue print
materials
reading ( 2)
3.Handouts
pcs
on plumbing
2. PPT on
tools
Plumbing
4.Handouts
Materials
on
3.PPT on
5.Handouts
Plumbing
on Safety
tools and
handling of
equipment
tools
4. PPT on
6. PPE
Plumbing
pictures
Safety
7.Tarpualin
handling of
on plumbing
Tools and
fittings,
Equipment
materials,
6. Video file
and tools
on Safety
8. Plumbing
handling of
Design and
Tools and
estimate by
Equipment
Max Fajardo
7. Video on
PPE

PTC
MALILIPOT

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Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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MALILIPOT

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Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
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Definition of Terms
Conveying
It refers to flow or movement and the process of supplying water to the
building.
Fittings
Device fastened to the end of pipes to make connections between
individual pipes.
Drainage System
System include, all piping within the public or private premises that
conveys sewage, rainwater or other liquid waste, to a legal point of disposal.
Plumbing Fixtures
Are installed receptacles, devices, or appliances which are supplied with
water, or which receives or discharge liquid waste to a drainage system.
Plumbing System
System includes the water supply distribution pipes, plumbing fixtures
and traps; soil, waste, and vent pipes.
Waste pipe
Is a pipe that conveys liquid waste from fixture that is free of fecal
matter.
Water Service Pipe
Is the pipe from the water main or other source of water supply to the
building served.
Water supply system
The water supply of a building or premises consist of the water service
pipes, the water distributing pipes, and all necessary connecting pipes, fittings,
control valves and all appurtenances in or adjacent to the building or premise.

PTC
MALILIPOT

Prepare Pipe for


Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING

1. Max B. Fajardo Jr. Plumbing Design and Estimate second edition. 2001
2. L.V. Ripka.Plumbing Design and Installation. Third Edition.atp
publication, INC, Homewood, Illinois 60430-4600
3. Revised Plumbing Code of the Philippines

PTC
MALILIPOT

Prepare Pipe for


Installation

Date Developed:
Jan.2012
Developed by:
Efren G. Gayanes

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