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ppstrike
A mall building in the shape of a U has a trellis roof that extends above the roof line and connects the U shape together.  Mall is sprinkled.  Does that section of trellis need to be sprinkled as well?
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nfcss@okstate.edu
I am looking for ideas for topics for our department's "coffee break training".  Essentially, local fire alarm and sprinkler designers and contractors are invited down to the admin building and we give an hour presentation.  Typically, we focus on code updates, or common issues we have been seeing on our plan reviews and
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tigerzye69
I work in a Prison the secondary hydrants are contained behind a locked fence. My understanding is that they are to be ready too be used as the primary correct? So does this not violate code?
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cmartorana
I am investigating a fire incident regarding a "do it yourself" construction and installation of a tandoor oven (see photo) in a food establishment in Brooklyn, NY.  NSF/ANSI Standard-4 appears to establish “sanitation” regulations for these types of ovens.  However, other than the LOCAL building codes that might apply, are
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The July issue of Safety Source, NFPA’s public education newsletter, is now available. In this issue you will find: A new Fire Prevention Week home fire escape grid Safety tips on electrical hazards around swimming pools, hot tubs and spas Sparky the Fire Dog® e-card on staying cool all summer long Hurricane season safety tips A new
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brianf
I have a 3 story apartment building with folks over 55, the building is sprinkled. The issue is toast/cooking keep setting-off the smoke detector. (the smoke alarm is doing it's job) The Fire Department has asked me to do something. Can I substitute a heat detector for the smoke detector? (is the wiring the same for both) The Fire Department
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