Water Sifu #18: Distribution Review – Audio Flash Cards

Water Treatment and Water Distribution Exam Preparation Flash CardsDistribution Review – Audio Flash Cards
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With the popularity of the last “Water Treatment” audio flash cards episode, I have had many people request I do another with an emphasis on “Water Distribution System” exam preparation.  This week we will do just that….

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7 Responses to Water Sifu #18: Distribution Review – Audio Flash Cards

  1. Roy Hall says:

    stopping by to say thank you and I have a question on the turbity rule . I am sitting for my class 2 here in Northern VA . I am having a hard time understanding this question is it .3 or .5 ?

    Fairfax Water
    Roy Hall

    • tywhitman says:

      Sorry about the long time on the reply. The best way to contact me with a question is at my email, tywhitman@hotmail.com. 0.5 is the minimum turbidity water can be entering the distribution system. 0.3 is the rule for an individual filter cell. No cell can exceed a 0.3 turbidity for a period of longer that 15 minutes or there is a turbidity violation as well.

  2. clifford brande says:

    I would like to be able to play these flash cards all day while going to and from places , How can I down load these or purchase them please help me.

    THANK YOU

    • tywhitman says:

      Hi Clifford! Thanks for the interest. Check out my “about the podcast” page on this website. I have designed that page to show you exactly how to subscribe to this podcast and download all the shows you need so you can take them with you on the go.

  3. brandon Adams says:

    Thank you for making these. I take my D2 test in march and this is going to help me out.

  4. JoSh Olufsen says:

    Hey I found these pod casts about half an hour before my D3. It helped alot, but wish I had found them two months earlier. I have sogned up to retake my D3 middle of march. I have listened to all of the podcast related to water distribution, I think I will do ok however the math always gets to me..

    • tywhitman says:

      Better late than never… :-). If you are having trouble with your math, be sure to take a look at the math DVD page of this site. They have helped a ton of people who have difficulty with water math.

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