I have three adjoining ground floor buildings, with square footage of 67,000, 56,000 and 47,000 each. I of course have my (man door) fire door exits marked on my maps. We have several overhead doors leading to the outside on the ground level, and two overhead doors that lead out onto a loading dock with stairs that lead to the ground. May I also… Show more
When protecting a mall with a sprinkler system, the stores should be considered an ordinary hazzard group 2. What about the circulating areas of the mall? Are they a light hazard or an ordinary hazard occupancy?
Hello, good afternoon, i have a question Can i use table 130.7(C)(15)(c) of NFPA 70E 2018 if my analysis for incident energy was performed whit the IEEE 1584-2002 standard
Hi is sensitivity test really required to be done for adressabl fire alarm panels as per Nfpa using a sensitivity testing tool? Is there any supporting documents for this