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zhangya
Does anyone know the requirements about fire water quality, what kind of water can be use for fire extinguishing, could someone recommend the minimum requirements in the NFPA standard for this issue?
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suhaskurikkal
We have an LPG station with a parking shed (open with steel canopy) where the LPG truck will be parked during the gas refilling of underground tanks. Kindly confirm whether we need to provide a water spray deluge system for this parking shed (with flame detectors). As per my previous experiences, usually, we provide the water deluge system for
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lisamariesinatra
  NFPA is now accepting nominations for the 2020 James M. Shannon Advocacy Medal, which recognizes outstanding advocacy efforts aimed at reducing losses associated with fire, electrical, or other hazards. The advocacy medal honors an individual or group that shares the values of former NFPA President James Shannon. During his 12-year tenure
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lisamariesinatra
  NFPA is now accepting nominations for the 2020 James M. Shannon Advocacy Medal, which recognizes outstanding advocacy efforts aimed at reducing losses associated with fire, electrical, or other hazards. The advocacy medal honors an individual or group that shares the values of former NFPA President James Shannon. During his 12-year tenure
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lloyd.abentroth
Would a GFCI outlet in a cabinet be considered readily accessible?  Our local AHJ is saying no because homeowners will more than likely place items under the sink in front of the outlet.  We do not understand how this is any different than many homeowners who will put free standing shelving, or permanently mounted shelving within the
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plousmyth
I am doing research on hazardous materials and writing of ordinances.  I find that most cities do not permit pool construction/electrical supply wholesale businesses selling pool chemicals on the side to store hundreds of gallons of chlorine bleach and muriatic acid outdoors year round and unprotected from the elements on open parking
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curtlcorum
Cubic Foot Rule Good morning, NFPA 654 2020, N 9.3.13.1.1.1 notes, where an explosion hazard exists, AMSs with a dirty side volume of 8 cubic feet or greater shall be located outside of buildings or adhere to N 9.7.1. We provide AMS with centrifugal separation, cartridge filters, and 4 hp blower. Under our horizontal centrifugal separator, the
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