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seb.nowak0
Good morning,   I would like to ask does for warehouse area there should be Commodity Classification and Occupancy Classification or only Commodity Classification?   Let's imagine we have factory with production area and warehouse area. Production area should have Occupancy Classification, warehouse area should have Commodity
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tender2
So, just got the NFPA 13 (2019 edition) and came across the some doubts:-   1) 25.8.1.1 stated "....the in-rack sprinkler system shall not be required to be hydraulically balanced with the ceiling sprinkler system". Does this statement mean we dont have to put ceiling sprinklers and rack sprinklers into the system for
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elliott.drevdahl
Currently we are building a floor plan that has two combo alarms the living room space. On one side of the living room there’s a master bedroom entry, the other side is a guest bedroom entry space. What are the dimensions for a combo alarm to be installed between a living space and a bedroom space? Can we put one alarm in the middle of the
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averzoni
iStock May is National Electrical Safety Month, and my feature article appearing in the May/June issue of NFPA Journal covers some of the anticipated changes to the 2020 National Electrical Code® (NEC®), and other ways NFPA is addressing emerging electrical safety concerns.  One proposal for the 2020 edition of the
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gm@novazen.com
I currently need to design fire protection system for a warehouse. Following are the details: 1. Max. storage height - 6m 2. Material stored are general goods of non-combustible nature. (Cannot be categorized into Class I-IV, Gorup A plastics) 3. Material stored will be on wooden and plastic pallets 4. Most of the material stored will be in
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