• Reduced Pressure in Bucket Elevator

    I have been asked for the Pred (reduced pressure) value for a bucket elevator, whether it is single leg or twin leg. How would i go about acquiring this value?
    rcooksley
    created by rcooksley
  • Download This Tip Sheet to Help Kids Stay Safe in the Kitchen

    As many households enter the new school year remotely and several family members continue to work from or remain at home, this year’s Fire Prevention Week theme, “Serve up Fire Safety in the Kitchen”...
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  • Fire Protection Engineer, US Army Corps, Poland

    Hello Folks,   We’re working on a US Army Corps project over in Poland and have been installing fire protection systems through another subcontractor but we’re having some logistical issues with ...
    james.karadagli
    created by james.karadagli
  • MAIN PIPELINE STRAINER

    We have a water spray system on an oil rig supplied from a fire pump. The fire pump takes water from the sea. We have installed a main pipeline strainer between the pump and the water spray system as th...
  • Nicole Comeau Appointed Executive Secretary of International Fire Marshals Association

    NFPA President and CEO Jim Pauley has named Nicole Comeau executive secretary of the International Fire Marshals Association (IFMA). IFMA members are fire officials, who have been lawfully appointed and authorized by ...
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  • Ground Tied To Neutral Bar. Please Help.

    Good Afternoon,        I have a question hopefully I can get some help on. I was troubleshooting a recepticle in co-op apartment that is not working. I went to the circuit breaker panel and when I...
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  • Tragedies in the News Illustrate Importance of Home Fire Sprinklers

    Recent, deadly fires like the ones in Philadelphia and Lansing show how quickly an uneventful day with the family can turn to tragedy. On a relaxed Saturday morning in Philadelphia, firefighters entered a row-house en...
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  • TRAVEL DISTANCE - BASEMENT

      Dear Gentlemen,   Please find attached basement floor plan of healthcare facility. This part of basement is about 1800 meter square. Both ends have means of egress. Occupancy are offices, stores, HVAC, e...
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  • Hangar Grouping

    We are constructing an aircraft storage hangar that is Prefabricated Steel and is 18,800 square feet; including a non aircraft storage area designed for a bathroom/common area that is 800 square feet as part of the t...
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  • Separation of occupancies by a fire barrier

    As per NFPA 101 , the multiple occupancies of separated occupancy type are to be separated from each other by fire barriers as 6.14.4.1.Whereas in Multiple occupancies of mixed type  the separation requ...
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  • AFCI breakers

    Has anyone heard of any issues of AFCI breaker unavailability due to factories that shut down?
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    created by chiefns830
  • How can calculate the pump head

    How can calculate the pump head. please share me method
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  • NFPA 22 Tank Refilling and Duration

    NFPA 22, Edition 2018, Section 4.2.1.4 states that "The water supply shall be capable of filling the minimum required fire protection volume within the tank in a maximum of 8 hours" and at the same time Section 14.4.3...
  • Selection of correct pipe MOC for Sprinkler

    FM Global – from Property Loss Prevention Data Sheet 2-1 Corrosion in Automatic Sprinkler Systems (October 2017) 2.2.1.4 – Do not use galvanized pipe in a wet system With reference to above point, i was i...
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  • Flow distribution in a combined system and PRV

    A question that has always flummoxed me is the use of Pressure reducing valves before individual zone control valve assemblies below 12.1 bar (175psi). I am going to quote an arbitrary example below so that my peers r...
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  • FIRE PUMP DEMAND

    Hi, needing help in solving this problem.   Based on NFPA 14 : 1 standpipe can operate maximum flow rate at 379 l/min and for our plant the total standpipe needed is 7 based on theoretical demand rate on each eq...
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  • Mythblaster Monday 6: Home Fire Sprinklers Really Beat the Heat

    Everyday, we see countless, heartbreaking reminders of how fast a fire can destroy one’s home and impact one’s life. Advances in fire protection technology like smoke alarms have become widely used, but ho...
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  • extension cord for appliance

    I have a office that needs to have power for a refrigerator.. Put I have only 2 options  1. run a new line to the  appliance 2. run a extension cord with a gfci..   I know i can do the first one. But...
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  • 19 Years Later: What Lessons Have We Learned from 9/11?

    Every year on this day, I am overwhelmed with a sense of sadness that almost seems as raw as it did on that beautiful September morn in 2001. Tears flow. Memories flood. And I wonder, what have we learned in the after...
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  • Fire pump inlet strainer for Lagoons

    . Hi, At present we have two 500,000 gallon open lagoons for fire sprinkler water. At present we have drained down these for cleaning and inspection. One of the reservoirs has 2 bulbous 12" strainers at the suction ...
    michael.p.cole
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