What is the proper water flow requirements for an NFPA 25 fire protection system that is installed within a general purpose assemby?
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nfpa 25 is for inspection and testing existing systems
NFPA 25: Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems
So are are you looking at a existing fire sprinkler or fire standpipe system.
And if so about what year was it installed???
Either actually... fire sprinkler or fire standpipe system. It's nothing that has been installed, just a general question.
Fire sprinkler systems are normally installed per NFPA 13.
Depending on what and how a system is designed to protect, a single head might flow anywhere from 30 to 50 gallons per minute.
A fire ire standpipe is normally designed to NFPA 14
A fire standpipe for firefighter use normally, is designed to flow 500 gallons from one riser and 250 for any additional.
With 100 psi at the top most riser
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