• Natural and Man Made Virus, Bacteria and Fungal mitigation measures in Hospitals

    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 th...
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  • Fire Rating requirement for steel warehouses.

    Hi!   There is a Warehouse at QFZ at Doha, Qatar. It is to be made of steel structure. It is a 12.5M high space. Does it necessarily need to be fire rated?   Many Thanks.   Bhupendra
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  • Fire Rated Door Garage to House

    According to information published by the Topical Fire Series reports (Residential Building Garage Fires 2009-2011*), 2% of all residential fires originated in the attached garage of residential buildings. The root ca...
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  • Electrical Outlet placement for modified peninsula/island

    Hoping to get some input on electrical outlet placement on what was a raised bar peninsula that has been modified to a single level island. Pictures below are a snapshot of the electrical blueprint when the house was ...
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  • Ver para creer

    Los Bomberos sabemos que las puertas son el elemento clave para frenar los incendios en vivienda. En este collage de imágenes podéis ver que los más  de 700 grados que se acumulan en el techo...
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  • Fire Safety for Kids - Prevention Tips & Training

    Unfortunately, no one knows when or where a fire tragedy will strike any home. However, we can address and plan in advance with teaching fire safety for kids. A home fire and devastating experiences will affect the en...
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  • How to Use A Fire Extinguisher - PASS

    One 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 wel...
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  • HVAC Smells Like Burning Plastic - Prevent a Home Electrical Fire

    Having an odor come out of your HVAC system is a red flag. Sometimes, the bad odor will go away, especially if you haven't used that system in a long time. Although in most cases, a burnt plastic odor, or a musty smel...
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  • Summary of Code Requirements or Checklist

    Does anyone know of a checklist or an inventory or requirements per code that may apply to a specific industry or business. What I am really looking for is a summary list with requirements per each code. Something sim...
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  • How to Put Out A Grease Fire

    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 ...
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  • How Many Patio Heaters do I Need?

    If 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...
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  • temporary fire protection in parking area - mall

    Hi,   we need to have a temporary fire protection in underground parking arena (08 nos. of basement) for a time travel of 15 days, as the building (shopping mall) is under construction.   Current cond...
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  • Gas Furnace Inspection Checklist

    Do 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...
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  • How Does a Furnace Work In a House? - What to Know

    If 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 wo...
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  • Does Wildfire Mitigation Work?

    If you are wondering if wildfire safety projects are worth the effort, check out the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network’snew blog, “Does Wildfire Mitigation Work? 16 Examples and Counting....
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  • Modifications affecting more than 20 heads

    NFPA 13 2010 Edition states that modifications affecting more than 20 heads must be hydrostatically tested unless the system cannot be isolated.  To what extent is "isolated" considered.  If I have a multi f...
  • Do you know if NFPA applies to our product?

    Do you know if NFPA applies to our product? The standards I found were for upholstered furniture. We manufacture seat cushions and backs that are options on metal and wicker framed furniture. Any input would be helpfu...
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  • AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) for a company located in Eastern Europe, Turkey

    Hello all,    I'm a Technical Research Engineer working at EAE,a company located in Istanbul, Turkey. We have Cable Tray Systems that we recently updated/created their Electrical Code Manual based on Nation...
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  • Which 99 and 101 codes tell me why saloon products cannot be in a resident room with medical grade O2?

    I had a resident family member schedule a hair dresser to come in to take care of a non-ambulatory. I know there are fire risks that should be avoided in dealing with saloon equipment in resident rooms. When confronte...
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  • which code references why saloon products (curling iron, hair dryers, etc.) are not allowed in resident rooms in a secured nursing facility?

    I had a resident family member schedule a hair dresser to come in to take care of a non-ambulatory. I know there are fire risks that should be avoided in dealing with saloon equipment in resident rooms. When confronte...
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