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dfcarter
My facility has in house Sprinkler, Extinguisher, Fire Door, Fire Pump, Fire Alarm, ETC.. testing that at the moment we print off our reports on MIcrosoft Word document and bring with us then come back to the office to manually enter the changes. Is there a program out there being used by a contractor or in house inspector like myself that we can… (Show more)
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ken.brouillette
NFPA 82-2019 edition   Trash and linen chutes 6.2.2.4 Chute venting. 6.2.2.4.1 A waste or linen chute shall extend (full size) at least 0.92 M (3 ft) above the roof of a building of Type II-000, Type, III, Type IV, or Type V construction. 6.2.2.4.2 The chute shall be permitted to extend less than least 0.92 M (3 ft) above the roof of a building of… (Show more)
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michael.rodgers
Just to give you some back ground. I've been an installer for 15 years and have recently changed jobs to become an inspector and plan reviewer for Memphis and Shelby county. The reason this has come up is I recently inspected a pain clinic and it had oxygen for nerve block procedures. I ask them for a risk assessment. And they said they would be… (Show more)
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mekara28
Click to view contentHello Sir or Ma'm,   Please find below the above-below sprinkler connection detail on site. My client has rejected this application according to NFPA 13 8.15.20.4.3. Please tell me my application is correct or not?
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mekara28
Click to view contentHello Sir or Ma'm,   Please find below the above-below sprinkler connection detail on site. My client has rejected this application according to NFPA 13 8.15.20.4.3. Please tell me my application is correct or not?
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michael.rodgers
Click to view contentSection 15.5.1.2 of the 2018 NFPA 99 prohibits medical gases from being installed in category 3 dental offices. Chapter 15 does not require the relief to be piped to the outside in category 2 but does not allow the to relief in the manifold room either. Chapter 5 required relief valves in category 2 system to comply with category 1 which… (Show more)
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chapotito
In a Design-Bid-Build project a code, in this case the NEC, changed from start of design to start of construction, Does the new iteration of the Code need to be used or the iteration of the code referenced in the specifications is the one to be enforced? The particular situation started design on 2010 and the construction contract was awarded in… (Show more)
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john.bosyj
Does an electric smoker oven that uses a small quantity of wood for flavouring enhancement need to comply with chapter 14 Napa 96 that deals with solid fuel cooking operations?
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paul.parisi
Good Morning, The issue of alcohol based hand sanitizers in existing educational occupancies has come up. These are not allowed in the corridors per 101. The teachers have said they would like to have students sanitize before opening the classroom door. While this practice is allowed in health care has any though been given to educational… (Show more)
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jwmorris
I am looking to find what frequency people are inspecting their fire doors (swinging man doors and overhead rolling doors).  NFPA 80 states periodic inspections not less than annual.  What are people seeing in industrial or storage facilities?   Some of the AHJ in my area stated they would recommend annual or semi-annual for industrial facilities.… (Show more)
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