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stevehanson
Do temporary use elevator pads and flooring need to be listed/have the same fire rating as the actual side walls and floors?  Checking for our construction team.  They'll put up pads and a rug down in the service elevators almost daily. This is mostly for multi-family residential buildings, but we do have 3 assisted living and 1 skilled
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susan.lynch
Is a seal-off required for a NEMA 7 Asco solenoid within 18" of device in a C1 D1 area?  in a C1, D2 area? Thanks
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produccion
Buenos tardes,    En mi empresa queremos fabricar grupos contra incendios acorde a la normativa NFPA 20 y  nuestra consultas serían la siguientes: -¿Los equipos que componen el grupo contra incendios tienen que estar listados UL o FM , por ejemplo bombas, motores, cuadros de control etc ? - Una vez estén
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rmeyersick
We have a project in an existing 3 story fully sprinklered business occupancy Type II (000)  building (unprotected steel beams and bar joists) that we are planning to renovate to an Ambulatory Surgery Center on part of the middle floor.  According to LSC NFPA 2012 6.1.14.4.4 the project requires an one hour Occupancy separation at
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