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abort station and detector spacing in rib cage structure

Question asked by sharon shanmughan on Oct 3, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 3, 2017 by cda cda

hey all i'm new to here . in this occasion i'm need to clarify two doubts.  I'm using an IG 100 inert system in my project. its a substation my questions are given below

 

*  Where do i keep the abort switch for the fire suppression abort. now i'm keeping it near to fire suppression panel. Is there's any NFPA regulation for location of abort station

*  The ceiling of my building is made as a rib cage structure is there's any special NFPA protocols for spacing of the detectors

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i'm waiting for your valuable feedback asap.

thanks all have a good day

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