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Note: On January 1, , Subclause 1. See: O. Absorption trench means an excavation in soil , as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or in leaching bed fill , being part of a leaching bed , in which a distribution pipe or leaching chamber is laid that allows infiltration of the effluent into the soil , as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or leaching bed fill. Acceptable solution means a requirement stated in Parts 3 to 12 of Division B.

Accessible means, when applied to a fixture , connection, plumbing appliance , valve, cleanout or equipment, to be accessible with or without having to first remove an access panel, door or similar obstruction, but a fixture , connection, plumbing appliance , valve, cleanout or equipment is not accessible if access can be gained only by cutting or breaking materials.

Access to exit means that part of a means of egress within a floor area that provides access to an exit serving the floor area. Adaptable seating means a fixed seat or seats designed to facilitate a side transfer from a wheelchair. Additional circuit vent means a vent pipe that is installed between a circuit vent and a relief vent to provide additional air circulation. Adfreezing means the adhesion of soil to a foundation unit resulting from the freezing of soil water.

Air admittance valve means a one-way valve designed to allow air to enter the drainage system when the pressure in the plumbing system is less than the atmospheric pressure. Air barrier system means an assembly installed to provide a continuous barrier to the movement of air. Air break means the unobstructed vertical distance between the lowest point of an indirectly connected waste pipe and the flood level rim of the fixture into which it discharges.

Air-conditioning is the process of treating air in a space to control simultaneously its temperature, humidity, cleanliness, and distribution to meet the comfort requirements of the occupants of the space. Air gap means the unobstructed vertical distance through air between the lowest point of a water supply outlet and the flood level rim of the fixture or device into which the outlet discharges.

Air-supported structure means a structure consisting of a pliable membrane that achieves and maintains its shape and support by internal air pressure. Alarm signal means an audible signal transmitted throughout one or more zones of a building or throughout a building to advise occupants that a fire emergency exists.

Alert signal means an audible signal to advise designated persons of a fire emergency. Allowable bearing pressure means the maximum pressure that may be safely applied to a soil or rock by the foundation unit considered in design under expected loading and subsurface conditions. Allowable load means the maximum load that may be safely applied to a foundation unit considered in design under expected loading and subsurface conditions.

Alternative solution means a substitute for an acceptable solution. Note: On January 1, , Clause 1. Appliance means a device to convert fuel into energy and includes all components, controls, wiring and piping required to be part of the device by the applicable standard referred to in this Code. Architect means the holder of a licence, a certificate of practice or a temporary licence under the Architects Act.

Area affected by a significant drinking water threat means an area described in Clause 1. Artesian groundwater means a confined body of water under pressure in the ground. As constructed plans means construction plans and specifications that show the building and the location of the building on the property as the building has been constructed. Assembly occupancy means the occupancy or the use of a building or part of a building by a gathering of persons for civic, political, travel, religious, social, educational, recreational or similar purposes or for the consumption of food or drink.

Attic or roof space means the space between the roof and the ceiling of the top storey or between a dwarf wall and a sloping roof.

Auxiliary water supply means, when applied to premises, any water supply on or available to the premises other than the primary potable water supply for the premises.

Backflow means a flowing back or reversal of the normal direction of the flow. Backflow preventer means a device or a method that prevents backflow in a water distribution system. Back-siphonage means backflow caused by a negative pressure in the supply system.

Back-siphonage preventer means a device or a method that prevents back-siphonage in a water distribution system. Backwater valve means a check valve designed for use in a gravity drainage system.

Barrier-free means, when applied to a building and its facilities, that the building and its facilities can be approached, entered and used by persons with physical or sensory disabilities. Basement means one or more storeys of a building located below the first storey. Bathroom group means a group of plumbing fixtures installed in the same room, consisting of one domestic-type lavatory, one water closet and either one bathtub, with or without a shower, or one one-headed shower.

Bearing surface means the contact surface between a foundation unit and the soil or rock on which the foundation unit bears. Boiler means an appliance intended to supply hot water or steam for space heating, processing or power purposes.

Bottle trap means a trap that retains water in a closed chamber and that seals the water by submerging the inlet pipe in the liquids or by a partition submerged in the liquids. Branch means a soil or waste pipe that is connected at its upstream end to the junction of two or more soil or waste pipes or to a soil or waste stack and that is connected at its downstream end to another branch , a sump, a soil or waste stack or a building drain.

Branch vent means a vent pipe that is connected at its lower end to the junction of two or more vent pipes and that, at its upper end, is connected to another branch vent , a stack vent , a vent stack or a header , or terminates in open air. Breeching means a flue pipe or chamber for receiving flue gases from one or more flue connections and for discharging these gases through a single flue connection. Building area means the greatest horizontal area of a building above grade ,.

Building Code website means the website at www. Building control valve means the valve on a water system that controls the flow of potable water from the water service pipe to the water distribution system. Building drain means the lowest horizontal piping, including any vertical offset , that conducts sewage , clear water waste or storm water by gravity to a building sewer.

Building height means the number of storeys contained between the roof and the floor of the first storey. Building sewer means a sanitary building sewer or storm building sewer. Building trap means a trap that is installed in a sanitary building drain or sanitary building sewer to prevent circulation of air between the sanitary drainage system and a public sewer.

Business and personal services occupancy means the occupancy or use of a building or part of a building for the transaction of business or the provision of professional or personal services.

Camp for housing of workers means a camp in which buildings or other structures or premises are used to accommodate five or more employees.

Campground means land or premises used as an overnight camping facility that is not a recreational camp. Canopy means a roof-like structure projecting more than mm from the exterior face of the building.

Carbon dioxide equivalent means a measure used to compare the impact of various greenhouse gases based on their global warming potential. Care and treatment occupancy Group B, Division 2 means an occupancy in which persons receive special care and treatment. Care occupancy Group B, Division 3 means an occupancy , other than a retirement home , in which special care is provided by a facility, directly through its staff or indirectly through another provider, to residents of the facility,.

Cavity wall means a construction of masonry units laid with a cavity between the wythes, where the wythes are tied together with metal ties or bonding units and are relied on to act together in resisting lateral loads. Certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.

Certificate for the occupancy of a building not fully completed means a certificate described in Sentence 3. Chamber means a structure in a shallow buried trench that is constructed with an open bottom and that contains a pressurized distribution pipe.

Check valve means a valve that permits flow in only one direction and prevents a return flow. Child care centre means a child care centre as defined in subsection 2 1 of the Child Care and Early Years Act, Chimney means a shaft that is primarily vertical and that encloses at least one flue for conducting flue gases to the outdoors. Chimney liner means a conduit containing a chimney flue used as a lining of a masonry or concrete chimney.

Cleanout means a fitting access in a drainage system or venting system that is installed to provide access for cleaning and inspection and that is provided with a readily replaceable air tight cover. Clean water means water that has passed through a recirculation system. Closed container means a container so sealed by means of a lid or other device that neither liquid nor vapour will escape from it at ordinary temperatures.

Closure means a device or assembly for closing an opening through a fire separation or an exterior wall, such as a door, a shutter, wired glass and glass block, and includes all components such as hardware, closing devices, frames and anchors. Combustible construction means a type of construction that does not meet the requirements for noncombustible construction. Combustible fibres means finely divided combustible vegetable or animal fibres and thin sheets or flakes of such materials which, in a loose, unbaled condition, present a flash fire hazard, and includes cotton, wool, hemp, sisal, jute, kapok, paper and cloth.

Combustible liquid means any liquid having a flash point at or above Conditioned space means space within a building in which the temperature is controlled to limit variation in response to the exterior ambient temperature or interior differential temperatures by the provision, either directly or indirectly, of heating or cooling over substantial portions of the year.

Construction index means a level on a scale of 1 to 8 determined in accordance with Table Contained use area means a supervised area containing one or more rooms in which occupant movement is restricted to a single room by security measures not under the control of the occupant.

Continuous vent means a vent pipe that is an extension of a vertical section of a branch or fixture drain. Cooktop means a cooking surface having one or more burners or heating elements. Critical level means the level of submergence at which a back-siphonage preventer ceases to prevent back-siphonage.

Dangerous goods means those products or substances that are regulated by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations made under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, Canada. Day camp means a camp or resort that admits persons for a continuous period not exceeding 24 hours. Dead load means the weight of all permanent structural and nonstructural components of a building.

Deep foundation means a foundation unit that provides support for a building by transferring loads either by end-bearing to a soil or rock at considerable depth below the building or by adhesion or friction, or both, in the soil or rock in which it is placed. Piles are the most common type of deep foundation. Design activities means the activities described in subsection Design bearing pressure means the pressure applied by a foundation unit to soil or rock , which pressure is not greater than the allowable bearing pressure.

Design capacity means, in the definition of sewage system , the total daily design sanitary sewage flow determined in accordance with Article 8. Design load means the load applied to a foundation unit , which load is not greater than the allowable load. Detention occupancy Group B, Division 1 means an occupancy in which persons are under restraint or are incapable of self preservation because of security measures not under their control.

Developed length means, when applied to a pipe and fittings, the length along the centre line of the pipe and fittings.

Directly connected means physically connected in such a way that neither water nor gas can escape from the connection. Distillery means a process plant where distilled beverage alcohols are produced, concentrated or otherwise processed, and includes facilities on the same site where the concentrated products may be blended, mixed, stored or packaged. Distributing pipe means a pipe or piping in a water distribution system. Distribution box means a device for ensuring that effluent from a treatment unit is distributed in equal amounts to each line of distribution pipe or leaching chamber in a leaching bed.

Distribution pipe means a line or lines of perforated or open jointed pipe or tile installed in a leaching bed for the purpose of distributing effluent from a treatment unit to the soil , as defined in Part 8 of Division B, or leaching bed fill in the leaching bed.

Diving platform means a rigid platform that is not a starting platform.

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