ASME A112.19.19 pdf download Vitreous China Nonwater Urinals
This Standard establishes requirements and test methods pertaining to materials, significant dimensions, andfunctional performance for vitreous china nonwater uri-nals. The sanitary performance requirements andtestprocedures apply to all types of nonwater urinals thatdischarge into gravity waste systems in permanentbuildings and structures independent of occupancy.
1.2 Units of Measure
Where values are stated in US. Customary units andthe International System of Units (SI), the USCustomary units shall be considered as the standard
The following documents form a part of this Standardto the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the latest edition shall apply.
ANSI/ICC A117.1Standard Specification for Accessibleand Usable Buildings and Facilities
Publisher: The International Code Council (ICC)5203Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041
ASME A112.61M，Floor-Affixed Supports forOff-the-Floor Plumbing Fixtures for Public UseASME A112.6.2，Framing-Affixed Supports forOff-the-Floor Water Closets With Concealed TanksASMEA112192Vitreous China Plumbing Fixtures andHydraulic Requirements for Water Closets andUrinalsASME A112195,Trim for Water-Closet Bowls，Tanksand Urinals
ASME A112.19.12，Wall Mounted and PedestalMounted Adjustable and Pivoting Lavatory and SinkCarrier Systems
Publisher: The American Society of MechanicalEngineers (ASME)，Three Park Avenue.New YorkNY 10016-5990:Order Department:22 Law DrivePO. Box 2300,Fairfield,NI 07007-2300
UL969Marking and Labeling SystemsPublisher: Underwriters LaboratoriesInc.(UL)333Pfingsten Road,Northbrook,IL 60062-2096
blisfer: a raised portion of the surface not greater than% in. (3 mm) in maximum dimension.
blister (large): a raised portion of the surface greater than% in. (3 mm) in maximum dimension.
bubble: a raised portion of the surface or a sand specksmaller than %in.(1 mm) in maximum dimension.
crack: a fracture in either the glaze or the body but neithera dunt nor a craze.
craze: fine cracks in the glaze.
discoloration: a colored spot over in. (6 mm) in maxi-mum dimension or a sufficient number of specks orspots to give the effect of a change in color.
dull or eggshell finish: dead or flat finish, undevelopedglaze, or a semi-glazed finish with numerous very finepinholes or slightly matted in appearance, not glossy;not to be confused with a satin or matte finish used fordecorative purposes.
dunt: a hairline fracture extending through the body andcaused by strains set up in the process of manufacture.exposed body: unglazed portion % in. (2 mm) or morein maximum dimension.
finish: texture and condition of surface other than color.fire check: fine shallow crack in the body not coveredwith glaze (when covered with glaze so as to be easilycleaned, it is not detrimental).
first quality: first-class ware in conformance with thegrade limitations and other requirements of thisStandard.Shall also be permitted to be calledgrade-“A”ware.
fixfure: the china piece only without trim.
flood level: the portion of a plumbing fixture that willspill over when the fixture drain is shut or constricted.glaze: the smooth, glass-like ceramic coating on a vitreous china surface that imparts impermeability and cov-ers the body
nonwafer consuming urinal: a plumbing fixture that isdesigned to receive and convey only liquid wastethrough a trap seal into the gravity drainage systemwithout the use of water for such function.
permanenf markings: permanent shall mean fired, castsandblasted,etched, stamped, or otherwise not remov-able except by excessive work or extraordinary means.pinhole: a small hole in the glazed surface up to andincluding 7s in.(2 mm) in maximum dimension.