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What does IPC stand for?

IPC stands for International Plumbing Code

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Several plumbing codes that have been adopted by many cities, including the Uniform Plumbing Code, 1991 edition; the Standard Plumbing Code, 1994 edition; and the International Plumbing Code, 1995 edition, require that the maximum delivery temperature of water in showers shall not exceed 120 degrees.
In less than six years, the ICC published 11 International Codes (I-Codes): * International Building Code, * International Residential Code, * International Mechanical Code, * International Plumbing Code, * International Fire Code, * ICC Electrical Code, * International Fuel Gas Code, * International Energy Conservation Code, * International Private Sewage Code, * International Property Maintenance Code and * International Zoning Code.
ACE DuraFlo's ePIPE, a patented epoxy lining product/process for small diameter potable water systems, stands alone in meeting the criteria established by the International Plumbing Code and has been successfully evaluated for health and physical properties by the International Code Council (ICC).
Included in the initial offering are such titles as the 2000 International Building Code, 2000 International Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings, 2000 International Plumbing Code, 2000 International Fire Code, and the 2001 ICC Performance Code for Buildings and Facilities.