Well systems incorporating fire sprinklers at the start of the building process are set up to effectively address this fire protection application. The following will explain how NFPA 13D systems are integrated into well systems. Water sits in three areas in a well-fed system: in the well above the pump, refilling into the well as it is used,… Show more
If you have to change one Pendant sprikler in an office, and the existing ones are standard response 165 deg links, can you replace that single sprinkler with a standard response 155 degree bulb, as long as size and k factor match?
Hi everyone, I'm wolontary firefigter from Croatia, and was wandering can industrial building with two flors and conveneance openings betwean them be as one compartment , and with conveneance storage of 1500m2, can all be one fire compartment because of technical reasons ? The classicication of hazard is low to ordenary the production is on about… Show more
Hi Dalibor: Thanks for clarifying by adding more background information. So that we are discussing in the same terms, the following is the terminology used in the 2015 NFPA 101, Life Safety Code. The use of fire compartments in NFPA 101 is somewhat limited to: Section 220.127.116.11 for horizontal exits Section 22/23.2.4 for the number…
Hello.i want to know information about restaurant with terrace does need sprinklers?
there is a methanol storage facilities; 4 double roof tank will be constructed in common dike area with clock wise arrangement and diameter of each tank is supposed to be 55 meters. based on Nfpa 30 what is the best spacing criteria for these tanks (shell to shell spacing) ? #shell to shell spacing nfpa30