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sowden
What are the rules for floor outlets on a stage in a elementary school?  Thanks John
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lorainejulio81
Good afternoon, I would like to know if there exists a code, law, or rule that indicates it is mandatory to do electrical safety inspections periodically, at existing buildings and homes in order to avoid home fires. Thanks in advance.   Cordially,   Loraine
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sub3marathonman
Hoping to hear some opinions about the dilemma.   Situation:  A home entertainment center, which now has an uninterruptible power supply.  The UPS is currently plugged into an outlet, definitely acceptable.  However, on occasion I want to move the UPS to a different location.  These occasions are very rare, until now not every 90 days.  When I… (Show more)
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mwinter
Is there a requirement in any of the NFPA codes that require any fire sprinkler piping that is painted to be painted red?
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john.teske#itsllcusa.com
Hello,  I am looking for information on how to take exception to NFPA 86 explosion relief requirements for Class A & B Natural Gas fired Ovens. My situation: I have an oven that cannot physically meet the 15 to 1 ratio relief area requirement because of external structure and internal components? Is there a form or process to use to take exception… (Show more)
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panchal.aashish17
Kindly clarify exact relation between Fire load and Hazard category of  an occupancy/Industry (Light/Ordinary/High) in perspective of designing fire protection system of an industry.....      
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mekara28
Click to view contentHello Sir or Ma'm,   Please find below the above-below sprinkler connection detail on site. My client has rejected this application according to NFPA 13 8.15.20.4.3. Please tell me my application is correct or not?
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hamad.koroni
In the most common handrail installation, the handrail balustrades are fixed on top of the stair surface but is there any restriction from NFPA 101 to fix the handrail balustrade on side of stair flight? Thank you in advance. 
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