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rodneymaur
NFPA 31 8.7.4 Fuel Supply and Return Piping Maximum Pressure
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arivasprieto
In a recent project, during a pre-inspection of the job site, a question was raised regarding the shut down of fans during a fire event. In an ICU unit, contained within a single smoke compartment, the isolation fan for the AII rooms must be kept running during the fire event due to health concerns. However, general exhaust fans, contributing just… (Show more)
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alvin_abinas
What is the suitable fire alarm (initiating device) for saunas, steam rooms and spas. 
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kim@pabordesigns.com
Does a sofa fabric used in a hotel need to pass NFPA 260?  Is this stated somewhere in ada or florida building code?
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vayyappan
In one of our project with US Navy, our consultant ask us to install the Access Door of Fire Damper in the Upstream Side of FD? Is there any technical reason, Refer the attached detail.
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rolivarez
I am looking for a simple answer we have always enforced fire panels being monitored by Central Sation? Where in NFPA 72 can I find the exact section so I can included on my my report after an inspection or  an initial installation requiring for FACP to be monitor.   Thank you
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nassibnasr
The NFPA does not give any specific requirement for museums, galleries or exhibition spaces. They are considered as assembly use; however, the occupant load factor of 1.4 m2/person (occupant load factor for assembly occupancy, less concentrated use) seems to be exaggerated for a space that should not be overcrowded by function. Is there any… (Show more)
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nassibnasr
Is there any reference in the NFPA about building evacuation? 
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jduffy@mccormickplace.com
Where is crowd control and crowd control management addressed in the NFPA codes
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scott.moore-1
NFPA 45 specifies the amount of maximum quantities for flammable material percent reduction in laboratory units for floors (3-6) in a building. Is there a requirement for maximum quantity, percent reduction for flammable materials stored in a basement laboratory, below grade?
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