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lbeaver
Got an easy one for you. We have a question regarding the 2013 edition of NFPA 13-D and the need for clarification between section 8.3.7 that has the fire protection requirements for “Ceiling Pockets” and section 10.2 that provides installation criteria for sprinklers on the face of  beams in small rooms.  As stated in the
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david.waddell@axaltacs.com
I work at a paint plant that uses solvents extensively. Most of our operations occur in Class 1 Division 1 environments. We want to install a can washer and would be using a conductive solvent to clean them. The nozzle would go down in the can and the force of the stream may cause the can to rise. So I will not have a good connection to ground.
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hfehumboldt
7.2.1.1* Fire extinguishers shall be manually inspected when initially placed in service.  A.7.2.1.1 Frequency of fire extinguisher inspections should be based on the need of the area in which fire extinguishers are located. The required monthly inspection is a minimum.
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smahoney
  What is Integrated System Testing for Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems? Why is it so critical now? In my recent NFPA Live I identified various codes and standards that now require integrated system testing and review the types of buildings that are affected by these requirements. I received this follow-up question from a
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dbellis
During today's NFPA Technical Meeting in Chicago, the following action has taken place on NFPA 1710, Standard for the Organization and Deployment of Fire Suppression Operations, Emergency Medical Operations, and Special Operations to the Public by Career Fire Departments:     1710-1 Motion to Reject an Identifiable Part of Second
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