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Each appliance shall be approved by the Authority Having Jurisdiction for safe use or comply with applicable ___ standards as evidenced by the listing or label of an approved agency.



(A) installation instructions


(B) nationally recognized


(C) ANSI


(D) ASTM

(B) nationally recognized

302.1

Unless otherwise specified, not less than____inches in depth, width and height of working space and platform shall be provided to service an appliance.



(A) 30


(B) 36


(C) 42


(D) 48

(A) 30

304.1

Fuel-burning heating appliances shall bear a permanent and legible factory applied nameplate including all except____



(A) model and serial number


(B) symbol of approved agency certifying compliance with recognized standards


(C) required clearances from combustible surfaces


(D) date of manufacture

(D) date of manufacture

307.2

Condensate drain lines from condensing fuel-burning appliances shall be sized according to



(A) condensate waste tables


(B) sound engineering practices


(C) manufacturer's recommendations


(D) the Plumbing Code

(C) manufacturer's recommendations

312.4

Except for systems serving single guest rooms and dwelling units, listed air filters shall be installed in heating, cooling, or



(A) exhaust


(B) ventilation


(C) makeup air


(D) heat recovery

(C) makeup air

314.2

The distance between the 120 volt receptacle for service and maintenance purposes and any equipment shall be within _



(A) 5 feet


(B) 10 feet


(C) 25 feet


(D) 50 feet

(C) 25 feet

310.1

Gas utilization equipment located in a garage, or in an adjacent space that opens into the garage, and which generates a glow, spark, or flame shall be installed with the burners and burner-ignition devices above the floor level at least __



(A) 4 feet


(B) 2 feet


(C) 12 inches


(D) 18 inches

(D) 18 inches

308.1

All forced-air and gravity-type warm air furnaces shall be equipped with a listed air outlet temperature control, which cannot be set for temperatures higher than____



(A) 60°F


(B) 150°F


(C) 200°F


(D) 250°F

(D) 250°F

305.1

Containers, container valves regulating equipment, and appurtenances for the storage and supply of liquefied petroleum gas shall be installed in accordance with ,



(A) NFPA 58


(B) Building Code


(C) local LPG gas supplier


(D) state utilities commission

(A) NFPA 58

303.8

Should the listing conditions of an appliance allow a clearance from combustible material that is less than the clearance required in the code, the appliance clearance should be



(A) approved


(B) disapproved


(C) required to comply with the clearance in the code


(D) accepted if the wall is fire-rated

(A) approved

303.2

Central-heating furnaces not listed for closet installations shall be installed in a space having a volume at least times the volume of the furnace.



(A) 10


(B) 12


(C) 15


(D) 18

(B) 12

303.8

Heating equipment located in rooms where cellulose nitrate plastic is stored or processed shall __



(A) be removed


(B) be elevated 4 feet


(C) comply with the Fire Code


(D) have automatic controls

(C) comply with the Fire Code

308.1.3

The minimum clearance for a single-wall metal vent connector serving a listed gas appliance with a draft hood from combustible material is



(A) 1 inch


(B) 6 inches


(C) 12 inches


(D) 18 inches

(B) 6 inches

Table 303.3(2)

Refer to question #13. If a Type “B" vent system piping is used, the clearance may be



(A) the same


(B) increased


(C) in accordance with its listing


(D) type “B" not allowed for vent connectors

(C) in accordance with its listing

Table 303.3(2) #5

Condensate drain piping shall have a slope of not less than



(A) 1/8 inch per foot


(B) 1/4 inch per foot


(C) 1/2 inch per foot


(D) 1 inch per foot

(A) 1/8 inch per foot

312.1

Unless otherwise specified, not less than 30 inches in depth, width, and height of working space shall be provided to service appliances, except for



(A) wall heaters


(B) floor furnaces


(C) unit heaters


(D) water heaters

(C) unit heaters

304.1

When more than one heating or cooling appliance is installed on a roof, they shall be permanently identified as to the

(B) type of building


(C) hours of operation


(D) date of installation


(A) space served

303.7

A listed device that will shut off the fuel supply to the main burner is required for




(A) cooking tops


(B) log lighters


(C) heating appliances


(D) ranges

(C) heating appliances

305.0

A 6 inch chilled water supply line shall be supported with hangers and rod not less than ___ diameter.



(A) 3/8


(B) 1/2


(C) 5/8


(D) 7/8

(B) 1/2

316.5

HVAC systems can be balanced in accordance with



(A) ACCA Manual J


(B) ASHRAE Measuring Air Change Effectiveness


(C) NEBB 111


(D) SMACNA HVAC systems

(D) SMACNA HVAC systems

317.1

Heat pumps shall bear a permanent and legible factory-applied nameplate on Wh'lCh shall appear the K



(A) name or trademark of the manufacturer


(B) amount and type of refrigerant


(C) date of manufacture


(D) A and B apply

(D) A and B apply

307.4

Protection for combustible floors under listed appliances shall consist of _____



(A) 4 inch hollow masonry covered with sheet metal at least .021 inch thick


(B) 4 inch hollow masonry covered with sheet metal


(C) 4 inch hollow masonry covered with sheet metal at least .024 inch thick


(D) 16 gauge sheet metal

(A) 4 inch hollow masonry covered with sheet metal at least .021 inch thick

303.4 #4

Masonry used to protect combustible floors under approved appliances shall be Permanently fastened in place in an approved manner with



(A) the ends sealed with the sheet metal cover


(B) the ends unsealed and the joints matched to provide a free circulation of air through the masonry


(C) the ends unsealed and the joints unmatched


(D) the joints and ends arranged to prevent the circulation of air through the masonry

(B) the ends unsealed and the joints matched to provide a free circulation of air through the masonry

303.4 #4

Supports for appliances shall be designed and constructed within stress limitations specified in the Uniform Building Code to sustain



(A) horizontal and vertical loads


(B) horizontal loads only


(C) vertical loads only


(D) thermal expansion

(A) horizontal and vertical loads

303.5

The minimum size common condensate drain for a 20 ton and a 15 ton refrigeration-rated appliances is



(A) 3/4 inch


(B) 1 inch


(C) 1.25 inches


(D) 1.5 inches

(B) 1 inch

312.3

Where a cooling-coil or air-conditioning unit is located in an attic or furred space or where damage may result from condensate overflow, the additional pan or standing overflow shall be provided with a drainpipe



(A) of minimum 3/4 inch nominal pipe size


(B) that ties into the primary drain after 5 feet


(C) of minimum 1 inch nominal pipe size


(D) terminating in a concealed location

(A) of minimum 3/4 inch nominal pipe size

312.2

All equipment requiring an external source of electrical power for its operation shall be provided with a ___ vac grounding receptacle outlet adjacent to the equipment.



(A) 120


(B) 220


(C) 208


(D) 108

(A) 120

303.9.4

Louvers in buildings, located in inland hurricane prone regions, where the basic wind speed is or greater shall be tested for ____



(A) 85, impact resistance to projectiles


(B) 120, resistance to wind driven rain


(C) 110, uplift in accordance with ACMA 540


(D) 120, impact resistance in accordance with ACMA 550mph

(B) 120, resistance to wind driven rain

318.1

The minimum size condensate drain for a 30 ton refrigeration rated appliance is _ inch(es).



(A) 3/4


(B) 1


(C) 1/2


(D) 2

(B) 1

312.3

Railings around gas equipment on roofs shall be at least inches in height.



(A) 30


(B) 24


(C) 42


(D) 18

(C) 42

303.9.3

In lieu of providing fixed rails, guards, parapets, etc., gas equipment installed on roofs shall have at least a ___ foot clearance from any part of the equipment and the edge of a roof or similar hazard.



(A) 3


(B) 6


(C) 10


(D) 1

(B) 6

303.9.3

Appliances located on roofs or other elevated locations shall be _



(A) readily accessible


(B) accessible


(C) readily accessible if installed in an enclosure


(D) readily accessible if installed more than 15 feet above grade

(B) accessible

304.2

Unless other means acceptable to the Authority Having Jurisdiction are used, equipment on roofs of buildings more than 15 feet in height shall



(A) be provided with a fixed ladder attached to the exterior of the building


(B) have a portable ladder available for roof access


(C) have a fixed ladder that terminates no closer than 8 feet to exterior grade


(D) have an inside means of access to the roof

(D) have an inside means of access to the roof

304.2.1