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About This License
Mechanical: A mechanical administrator licensed in the unlimited commercial and industrial plumbing category may supervise the installation or retrofitting of all pneumatic or electric controls, and may supervise, the retrofitting of all control wiring of 48 volts or less, necessary for the operation of plumbing or water conditioning equipment so long as those modifications do not alter the electrical characteristics of the mechanical system or controls. The original installation of control wiring, or the alteration or retrofitting of controls and control wiring that alters the electrical characteristics of the mechanical system, must be supervised by an electrical administrator licensed in the appropriate category.
Plumbing work includes the installation, alteration, or retrofitting of (1) plumbing, fixtures, fixture traps, and domestic water, waste, storm, and vent pipes, including all of their devices, appurtenances, and connections, that extend no more than five feet horizontally outside the building or structure that they serve, and through which domestic water, waste, sewage, oil, drainage, and air are carried; (2) piping, fixtures, or equipment that is an integral part of a swimming pool, spa, or hot tub filter or heating system, or solar energy system; (3) fuel oil and gas piping and appliances, and their appurtenances either within the property lines of the building or structure to be served by the fuel oil and gas, or to the point of connection with the utility system; and (4) lawn sprinkler systems that are connected to a potable water supply, including excavation and backfilling as necessary for proper installation of the system.
Sheet Metal: The candidate may supervise the installation, construction, operations, maintenance, and repair of all electrical work subject to the National Electrical Code within buildings and within property lines of any given property, beginning at the secondary side of he transformer or street lighting and traffic signalization on public through fares, roadways, or rights-of-way, and work starting after the first point of attachment of aerial or underground conductors to building or structures if aerial or underground wires or cables are used to provide power for buildings or structures within the property lines of any given property.