I have a NFPA 14 standpipe that I want to prevent from inadvertent/malicious opening of the hose connections. What suggestions do you have?
This is what I have been able to come up with:
- Put caps on with a spanner wrench so that a tool is required to remove
- Addition of a compliant hose connection cabinet that has a local alarm to deter opening
- Changing the system to a wet system with a deluge valve
Interested to see what others have done to prevent this
Other than logic and referring to the maintenance schedule of making sure that the valve operates and the intent of that what code references do you have that prevent the removal of the wheels or placement of a device that prevents the use of the wheel (Lockout Tagout wheel)?