Pipe Prop Achieves ICC-ES Certification

Pipe Prop Achieves ICC-ES Certification

July 30, 2019

Pipe Prop, manufactured by JMB Industries of Fort Worth, Texas, was approved for Directory Listing of

ICC-ES 4429 by the International Code Council (ICC). Pipe Prop has been tested and is in compliance with

International Building Code (IBC), International Plumbing Code (IPC), Los Angeles Department of Building

and Safety (LADBS), California Building Code (CBC) as well as the Florida Building Code (FBC) for building

and plumbing.

“The ICC-ES evaluation reinforces the Pipe Prop has once again been proven to be the best choice for

Architects, Mechanical Contractors, Municipalities and Roofing Consultants” said Jim Brown, inventor of

Pipe Prop and owner of JMB Industries, LLC.

This certification includes the APS-1, APS-2 and the US-PP models.

For more information, reviews, product certifications, specifications, test results and to locate a

distributor near you, please visit www.pipeprop.com or call our corporate office at 1-888-590-0120.


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