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rolando.martiatus
#Are doors meeting the requirements of NFPA 101, 18.2.2.2.8 and comply with NFPA 101, 7.2.1.8.2 be released by manual box activation? Or they are required to release only under automatic activation of the fire alarm system?
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tarekmesto
We have a large theatre with 3 stories and a total of 6000 seats, and a ceiling height of about 20 meters. it is required to install a wet sprinkler system. according to NFPA 13, the classification is a light hazard, so I took a minimum working zone of 1500ft2 density 0.1 gpm/ft2.  how many operating zones should I considered inside the hall and… (Show more)
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savanna
Hello all!   My department is in the beginning stages of creating a crowd management program- per IFC-2018 - and I am curious if anyone has created a similar program?   More specifically I'm curious, are you requiring a permit? What's your process of identification?    Thank you for any insight you have on this topic and have a great day!!… (Show more)
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populartoday
Click to view contentOne of the things you probably see on a daily basis is a fire extinguisher. When you are at work, at school, and certain other places, you may walk past a fire extinguisher. Hopefully, you have one at your home as well. However, you probably do not know how to use a fire extinguisher. Perhaps, one thought you have when it comes to fire… (Show more)
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blair
See the  video from the Epoch times  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bXWGxhd7ic&feature=youtu.be   Correspondence to an ER PHYSICIAN HEAD OF ER DEPT / MONTEFIORE HOSPITAL warning of him of the pandemic to come > Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2020 6:18 PM > To: JGALLAGH@montefiore.org<mailto:JGALLAGH@montefiore.org> > Subject: RE: Hospital and…
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populartoday
Cooking is said to be the number one cause of fire and injuries in many homes. According to statistics, over 160,000 homes are annually affected by fires that result from cooking. A large percentage of these infernos starts with food ignition or some other cooking materials, mostly from cooking with grease. It is essential that you know how to… (Show more)
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populartoday
Click to view contentIf you have a nice individual home, then odds are you’d like to enjoy the outdoor space as well. Constructing a patio without any doubt is one of the most common ways of using the open space effectively. However, if you live in a cooler area, you may be wondering, “how many patio heaters do I need?” This article will provide answers, as well as… (Show more)
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populartoday
Click to view contentDo you know what to look for during regular maintenance on your furnace? This is one of the biggest investments in your home, and you don’t want to replace it before it’s worn out. Most importantly, modern furnaces have modifications that will require you to fully understand them in case you want to ensure their efficiency. Below is a gas furnace… (Show more)
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populartoday
Click to view contentIf you have a heating system in your home, you probably are using one equipped with one of the most common furnaces around; gas or electricity. Modern furnaces have come a long way from the early versions that used wood and coal. It is therefore expected that most people will always ask, "How does a furnace work in a house?"   How does a Furnace… (Show more)
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