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Is a sprinkler head required in an Emergency Responder Radio (ERRC) Enclosure?

Question asked by Keith Lamparter on Dec 16, 2017
Latest reply on Dec 16, 2017 by cda cda

We are installing an Emergency Responder Radio Coverage system in our hotel facility.  A 1-hr rated enclosure has been specified to house the equipment.  Basically a 6' x 6' room constructed from metal studs and drywall with a rated door and hollow metal frame.  The only equipment in the enclosure is the ERRC equipment.  No other materials are in the room.  The enclosure is within a fully sprinklered space.  The enclosure has a smoke detector interfaced to the main fire alarm panel for the facility.  7-story bldg. Occupancy class Mixed R1/A3/B.  Construction type 2001 CBC Type II FR.  Sprinkler system NFPA 13.

 

QUESTION IS, DOES THE ENCLOSURE ALSO REQUIRE A SPRINKLER HEAD?

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