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eddy_harkins
I am installing exhaust fans in an industrial plant that is C-I D-I. the  fans will replace passive ridge vents. Each fan will move +30K cfm. In the center of the opening below each fan is a sprinkler head. I have been instructed by the client that they don't want me to provide for FAS shutdown, Its my opinion that the FAS should have shutdown… (Show more)
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mdkrum
Our current project is implementing a cableless control, and clarification is needed on two points in NFPA 79, 9.2.7.   What is needed to fulfill the memory verification requirement of 9.2.7.1.1? When are predetermined zones required per 9.2.7.2.2?     Thanks, Mike
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sourabhchowdhuri
Dry riser system to be given in basements of a mixed occupancy of a mall. The mall is having 10 basement parking level. As per NFPA; how it could be considered to design. Dry riser / pre - action system to be followed for basements if the no. of basement level is ten. benevartsnfpaldangeloryan.quinnjohn.reynolds
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aflorin
I am looking for information on the applicable standard to reference when setting up a burn chamber for UL94 Flammability testing.  
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clyde.beer
In section 6.9.3.5.5 of NFPA 58, is the requirement for a 1500F melting point for the metal material only or also the material confined within the metal of a gasket. We are considering a spiral wound gasket for flanged joints, propane piping, the metal (stainless steel) meets the criteria, but the filler material may not (unless we change to a… (Show more)
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zwelch
npfa 484 15.8.2.1.3.2 states " piles of stored light magnesium castings, either in cartons or crates or without packing, shall be limited in size to 28m^3.   My question is this.  Our product has a volume of 3.056cm^3, and the product is stored in a bin that has a total volume of 5.25m^3 (only 16 parts per bin, for a total volume of 48.889cm^3). … (Show more)
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steven.finch@jordancovelng.com
I need to convert heat flux measured in  kW/m2   (into laymen's terms).  In addition, how would this symbol  convert (or can it) to either heat (Fahrenheit or Celsius) or speed (i.e. foot/yard/meter per second/minute/hour – again in laymen’s terms).  I’m trying to convert this symbol into heat intensity and how quickly it would drop when… (Show more)
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iyvf
Hey! I have few questios about NFPA 850. First. Does the 7.7.3.6 indicates that I have to comply with all the 5 items there or if I have one of them I´m in accordance with that paragraph? Second. 7.7.4.1.1 indicates "All areas beneath the turbine-generator operating floor that are subject to oil flow, oil spray, or oil accumulation should be… (Show more)
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sourendakessian
We are researching technical guidance and best practice on the fire protection systems requirements that are being adopted in the sugar refinery industry in various countries related to the refining of raw sugar into white sugar. We are particularly interested in fire safety measures other than those related to dust explosions in NFPA 61, that may… (Show more)
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terry@codesolutionsgroup.com
Is secondary containment required for tanks with a health hazard: 1, flammability: 0, and  Reactivity: 0?
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