Am looking for water alternatives for hydrostatic testing. NFPA 10 allows for use of liquids other than water as long as they are non-compressible. Anyone have any suggestions that are environmentally friendly and won't freeze? All I have found so far is for testing pipeline and the materials they are using seem to be rather toxic.
In order to comply with the door gap clearances of NFPA 80, an I required to install UL listed and noncombustible door sweeps on a non fire rated door on an existing hazardous area (smoke partition construction), or can I install a nonlisted item.
We have an existing hazardous area constructed as a smoke partition. The door protecting the area is a wood door, not fire resistance rated or labeled. In order to comply with the door gap clearances of NFPA 80, a door sweep is required to be installed. Are UL listed and noncombustible door sweeps required to be installed on the wood door, or can