ASPE's newest publication is 10% off through Apr. 30th

March 29, 2011
The Illustrated Plumbing Codes Design Handbook takes the mystery out of designing and inspecting code-compliant plumbing systems.

CHICAGO, ILL -- The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) has added another must-have resource to its technical library: the Illustrated Plumbing Codes Design Handbook. All plumbing system designers, code officials, inspectors, and contractors should have this unique publication within arm’s reach to ensure efficient, code-compliant plumbing systems.

Written by Past ASPE President and plumbing codes expert Julius A. Ballanco, PE, CPD, FASPE, the Illustrated Plumbing Codes Design Handbook helps plumbing professionals better understand International Plumbing Code (IPC) and Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) requirements with descriptive, insightful commentary accompanied by CAD drawings. This easy-to-use guide organizes IPC and UPC sections by topic, so navigation is intuitive and commentary simple to find.

The Illustrated Plumbing Codes Design Handbook also features a CD-ROM containing all of the AutoCAD drawings included in the book.

Plumbing industry professionals can purchase the Illustrated Plumbing Codes Design Handbook for 10 percent off the regular price in our pre-sale through April 30, 2011. Visit to learn more about the handbook and order your copy today.

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