FL International Fuel and Gas Code 3HR CE #0613095-COPY


International Fuel and Gas Code

Course Description

The International Fuel Gas Code® (IFGC®) establishes minimum requirements for plumbing systems using prescriptive and performance-related provisions. It is founded on broad-based principles that make possible the use of new materials and new plumbing designs. This course will review the basic provisions for appliance installation, combustion air, venting, fuel gas piping, ducting, ventilation and exhaust. Participants will gain an understanding how these requirements apply to design, plan review and inspection.

At the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Outline the authority and duties of the code official.
  • Define the meaning and intent of terms as they are referenced in the code.
  • Apply the requirements set forth by the code related to design, construction, installation, maintenance, repair and approval of fuel gas systems.

Chapter 1 Scope and Administration: This chapter describes how the code is to be applied and enforced. It outlines the authority and duties of the code official and the rights of the design professional, contractor and property owner.

  • Applicability
  • Permits
  • Inspections
  • Violations


Chapter 2 Definitions: The code often uses terms that are unique in meaning. This chapter establishes the meaning and intent of terms as they are referenced in the code.

  • Definitions


Chapter 3 General Regulations: This chapter outlines the broad applicability of requirements related to installation, systems access, protection of structural elements and clearances to combustibles.

  • Structural Safety
  • Appliance Location
  • Combustion, Ventilation and Dilution Air
  • Installation
  • Access and Service Space
  • Condensate Disposal
  • Clearance Reduction
  • Electrical


Chapter 4 Gas Piping Installations: Chapter 4 covers the materials for gas piping systems and the sizing and installation of those systems.

  • Pipe Sizing
  • Piping Materials
  • System Installation
  • Appliance and Manufactured Home Connections
  • Piping Support Intervals
  • Overpressure Protection Devices


Chapter 5 Chimneys and Vents: This chapter regulates the design, construction, installation, maintenance, repair and approval of chimneys, vents, venting systems and their connections to gas-fired appliances.

  • Vents
  • Venting of Appliances
  • Sizing of Category 1 Appliance Venting Systems


Chapter 6 Specific Appliances: Addresses specific appliances and the product standards to which the appliance must be listed.

  • Forced-Air Warm-Air Furnaces
  • Gas-Fired Toilets
  • Boilers
  • Chimney Damper Opening Area


Chapter 7 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems, Appendix A-D: This chapter is specific to gaseous hydrogen generation, storage, distribution, and utilization systems, appliances, and equipment. Also included are Appendix A, B, C, and D.

  • General Definitions
  • Appendix A – Sizing and Capacities of Gas Piping
  • Appendix B – Sizing of Venting Systems
  • Appendix C – Exit Terminals
  • Appendix D – Safety Inspections


Course instructors will be available by email or telephone between 8am and 6pm Eastern Standard Time. They will assist you with questions regarding course content.

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SKU: 5600