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Charles Jenkins
If a fire sprinkler system is installed in a two story building with each floor at 50,000 square feet meaning the entire building is 100,000 square feet if all floors are combined, how many floor control assembles are required per NFPA 13 2016? I ask this question due to NFPA 13 2013 section 8.16.1.5.3 stating a conflicting section to refer
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Glenn Rosecrans
I watched video by Matt Klaus on You Tube in reference to "Does NFPA 13R permit a 4 story residence to be built on top of single story podiums or pedestals?" In his video he states that a building of this type is allowed to be protected by a 13R System.  However, he doesn't address the language saying buildings not exceeding 60 ft (18 m) in
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Bob White
NFPA664 8.2.2.7.4.1(1) (dust collector less than 5,000CFM) states:    "connected directly to a listed spark extinguishing system. NFPA664 8.2.2.7.4.2(1) (dust collector more than 5,000CFM) states:   " equipped with a listed spark detection system"  nothing is said about extinguishing.  Is this an over sight?
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John Montes
October 3rd marks my 1year anniversary at the NFPA.  It has been incredibly rewarding to work in a place where the mission is to help responders perform their work in a safe and organized manner.  I am grateful for the opportunities afforded to me and to the technical committee volunteers who have helped me along the way.  One of my
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Jennifer Hildebrand
I was recently at a residence where they had two separate and distinct switch boxes stacked on top of each other.  The upper switch box was recently put in by another electrician and the lower switch box has been in use for a few years.  Does this stacking of switches (One on top of the other spaced by approximately 1.5 inches) violate
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  Halloween is fast approaching, and with it, the rush to find the perfect costume, that great pumpkin, and just the right decorations to cover your house. Hidden within all this fun and excitement are potential fire hazards, and NFPA wants to remind everyone about some simple Halloween safety tips to help avoid seasonal hazards.  
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