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Dental/Business Occupancy

Question asked by fpeters on Oct 27, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 24, 2017 by quikag82

I was asked about piping of an air compressor in a dental facility. I referenced NFPA 99 & was told they were classified a Business Occupancy & did not fall under NFPA 99 they only followed NFPA 101. My question is since they do have med gas & anesthesia even though they are a business occupancy wouldn't they still have to follow NFPA 99?