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Dorothy Andres
What is the minimum volume for which a metal safety can containing Class I flamm liquid will need a bonding and grounding for safe dispensing? Thanks
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Miroslav Gojic
Is there any NFPA standard in which is mentioned fire water pump redundancy?
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Kedwin Dominguez
Design scenario: Conduit has to be installed from a pad mount transformer secondary to a electrical room (MCC).  In between has no traffic and is a industrial location.     ------------------------------------------- Applicable Code (NEC 2014) ------------------------------------------- According to 300.5  (C) Underground Cables and… (Show more)
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Meggan Rambo
We have a client (small scale retail front) who fixes broken cell phones and computers.  They have been known to have small Lithium Ion Battery fires.  What is the best type and size portable fire extinguisher they should have on hand for this specific fire hazard?   I have done some research and it "appears" they could just have a typical ABC… (Show more)
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Bernal Arauz
Is it necessary a LPG leak detector plus shutoff valve, for an installation for decanting LPG to forklifts cylinders, if the installation is outside the building?
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Elaina Giron
If one is pumping flammable/conductive liquid, such as toluene, into a poly waste drum. What is the best method to dissipate static electricity? The drum must be poly because the mixture also contains corrosive materials. The funnel is stainless steel and grounded. Would a bonded stainless rod inserted to the bottom of the drum through the funnel… (Show more)
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Yousaf Imran
fire hydrant What is the minimum distance from one hydrant to another in oil and gas industry OR any general industry? bevarts@nfpa.orgmattklaus
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Kyla Caponigro
As NFPA's Jesse Roman writes in the May/June issue of NFPA Journal, "a phase-out of environmentally damaging chemicals means that most refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners may soon be using flammable refrigerants."   Read the full article here and then tell us:   How prepared do you think the US is for this shift? How can the NFPA help… (Show more)
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Kyla Caponigro
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