• NFPA 10 Form for Mobile / Tablet

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    I wanted to share this great tool for mobilizing the NFPA eforms: https://docspace.io  You can fill out the NFPA10 forms on your mobile or tablet device. Plus it adds additional functiona...
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  • NFPA 25 Form for Mobile / Tablet

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    I wanted to share this great resource: https://docspace.io. You can mobilize your NFPA 25 eform so you can fill out the NFPA 25 form on your smartphone or tablet. It even adds additional functionality to it (ie: ...
    last modified by japagley
  • Testing and Maintenance of Fire Dampers (not easily accessible)

    Knowing that most fire dampers are installed in areas of the building that are not easily accessible; installed in penetrations of fire rated walls and floors as required by the building code and access to the da...
    last modified by pothier.celine
  • NFPA 20:2019 - Sizing Circuit Breaker from Fire Pump Panel

    I think to use a circuit breaker with only magnetic protection for a single fire pump (without a jockey pump).Should the FRAME of the circuit breaker meet the rated current OR just the current sensor of the circu...
    created by bindim
  • Clean AGent System Pneumatic Testing

    Good Day    We have installed FM-200 Multi-zone system in a project. Now our concern when we are doing the pneumatic test, do we need to include the cylinder manifold, selector valve manifold in the pneuma...
    created by adilpv
  • fire protection  petroleum coke in warehouse

    Hello I have a shed "warehouse" of petroleum coke (coke pet ) feeds cement kilns, my question is : who what requires NFPA in this sense in terms of protection by deluge system and launch monitor, and what is the ...
    created by jad.kla
  • 2 fire pump at one time

    Hello friendsdoes NFPA13 or 20 require the installation of two pumps 2500gpm, one electric  and the other diesel plus the jockey, so 3 pumps in the same room.  If yes which Ref and Numbre of NFPA . Tanks##
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  • Backflow Forward Flow Test through Hydrant

    On a underground fire sprinkler main supplied by a backflow preventer, is it allowable to utilize a fire hydrant located on the main (located after the valve)  to fulfill section of NFPA...
    last modified by prperron
  • Sprinkler system for sloped roof

    Please I want to consult you about a topic in designing firefighting systems in warehouses. I have a customer who has an existing sprinkler system and the warehouse roof is sloped ,the installed sprinkler system is cu...
    last modified by aaz
  • Pressure for hose streame inside and the hydrant outside

    hello fire experts what NFPA13 requires minimum and maximum pressure for hose streame inside and the hydrant outside #
    last modified by jad.kla
  • safty margin sprinkler calculation

    Hello fire protection experts: Is the safety margin that we add during hydraulic calculations of 1bar or 10% mandatory by NFPA13? if yes it is the article refrence
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  • Remote fire systems

    Greetings, Does anyone have some really good fire system ideas for remote generation. Imagine that you have 60 locations and getting service in these areas is expensive and sometimes not possible due to weather. ...
    last modified by dmaynor
  • Fire Hydrant Piping Leak

    we have recently commissioned our fire network consisting of fire hydrants and sprinklers. During the commissioning of fire pumps, it was found that pressure is dropping in the fire hydrant underground piping network ...
    last modified by ananthars90
  • Welding / Fabrication Work According As As Per NFPA Standard

    Hi Kindly guide me Is any separate code or standard to briefly describe welding, fabrication procedure that show to AHJ or CFPS that welding is proper and as per NFPA. I try to find code from Codefinder but not foun...
    created by info@emse.pk
  • Residential Fire Sprinklers

    Can a fire sprinkler pipe (after common riser) be run underground, from one structure to another separate structure, on a residential lot? Or, is it required to have a separate fire sprinkler riser in each separated ...
    last modified by brook-1
  • NFPA 72 documentation

    I have an alarm company that is only supplying a list of passed signals as their NFPA 72 servicing documentation. They are saying that I am out of line requiring what is required by NFPA 72 sections 7.5.6 or a...
    last modified by jbales
  • Flow testing of hydrants and FHC.

    Please mention the standard/s and clauses mentioning the  flow test/ other acceptable tests for 1) fire hydrants 2) hose  cabinets
    last modified by ananthars90
  • Fire risk advisor for Oregon forest land

    This is a homeowner question: My adult son wants to buy 50+ acres in Oregon forest land. He wants to live there. Can he hire an advisor (e.g., a certified fire mitigation specialist) to advise him before he buys a sit...
    last modified by d2alvarado
  • LPG- Fire

    LPG Fire can be emulsified with water? how you can justify using a firewater system for LPG handling industries.
    last modified by nav822nav
  • Can smoke detectors be installed as supervisory in a hotel room?

    Hello,   We have a hotel and we continue to receive several nuisance alarms in some of the rooms. The rooms have smoke detectors and are currently installed to alarm. I know duct detectors can be set to supervis...
    last modified by stephenpaulotero