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2000 International Mechanical CodeDesigned to address the design and installation of mechanical systems through established regulations and requirements, the code contains provisions for ventilation, exhaust systems, duct systems, hydronic heating, and more.

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2003 International Residential CodeThe 2003 International Residential Code brings uniformity to construction of one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses up to three stories high. A comprehensive code for home building, this book brings together all building, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical provisions for one- and two-family residences.

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2006 International Residential Code for One- and Two- Family DwellingsThe 2006 International Residential Code brings uniformity to construction of one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses up to three stories high. A comprehensive code for homebuilding, this book brings together all building, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical provisions.

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Uniform Mechanical Code - 2006Designated as an American National Standard, the 2006 UMC was developed using ANSI's consensus procedures. This process brings together volunteers representing a variety of viewpoints and interests to achieve consensus on mechanical code issues.

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Uniform Mechanical Code - 2009The Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC) provides complete requirements for the installation and maintenance of heating, ventilating, cooling and refrigeration systems, while at the same time allowing latitude for innovation and new technologies. The 2009 edition represents the most current approaches in the mechanical field and is the third edition developed under the ANSI Consensus process.

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Uniform Mechanical Code - 2012The Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC) provides complete requirements for the Installation and maintenance of heating, ventilating, cooling, and refrigeration systems, while at the same time allowing latitude for innovation and new technologies. Developed under the ANSI Consensus process, contributions to the content of this code were made by every segment of the building industry, including such diverse interests as consumers, enforcing authorities, installers/maintainers, labor, manufacturers, and research/s

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Uniform Mechanical Code 2003 CD-RomCD-Rom version developed using ANSI's consensus procedures.

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