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diogofse24@hotmail.com
Hi, my name is Diego Sandoval and I am designing and FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM.   I have a question related to NFPA 20. I want to know if I can return the relieves towards suction lines in FIRE PUMPS WITH DIESEL ENGINES without circulation relief valves.    According to section A.20.7.1; I can do that if I include a circulation relief
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diogofse24@hotmail.com
Hi, my name is Diego Sandoval and I am designing and FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM.   I have a question related to NFPA 20. I want to know if I can return the relieves towards suction lines in FIRE PUMPS WITH DIESEL ENGINES without circulation relief valves.    According to section A.20.7.1; I can do that if I include a circulation relief
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jthibeault
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has an opening for a Deputy Electrical Safety Officer in the Environment Health and Safety (EH&S) Division. The Deputy Electrical Safety Officer will provide expert-level electrical safety assistance to the Research Divisions to maintain elements of the Electrical Safety Program and oversee staff
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susanmckelvey
NFPA is proud to announce that Amanda Kimball, executive director of the Fire Protection Research Foundation (the research affiliate of NFPA), has been selected as a fellow at the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE). SFPE fellowship reflects a demonstrated service to the society, as well as an established record of accomplishment and
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chiefns830
Can someone help me? I'm being told that this is the model number for a fire pump transfer switch:   AT-V-3-LDA-3-0400-B-S-U   I can't seem to pull it up.  In addition, I'm thinking that it is just a molded-case transfer switch and not specifically listed for fire pump use, per 695.3(G).   Follow up:  I believe a
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d12thknight
Hello all, What course of action should you take if all 3(three) "Special Hazards" are present in your building? I realize that if a substance is both an oxidizer and reactant to water you put -W-(lets pretend the line continues through the W) in the quadrant and OX below or next to the quadrant for an oxidizer, but in the lab we also have
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cathylongley
The way people work and learn has changed considerably in recent years, and particularly, in the months since COVID-19 took hold in the United States. NFPA has been following this trend for years and mobilizing to meet distance learning demands in a variety of ways so that a broad range of stakeholders can stay current on workplace information and
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lorrainecarli
A huge fire engulfed the upstate New York home of television host and celebrity cook, Rachael Ray, causing massive damage to the second floor and destroying the roof of the mansion. According to news sources, the house, situated in New York State’s Adirondack Park, is in a remote area where there are no fire hydrants for miles. Adding to the
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seve.anderson
Hello all.   I have an easement on my property that runs from an electrical pole on the road, back, underground about 800 feet to a neighbors yard where it stops at a transformer. There is a creek the runs perpendicular to the line. This is what the "buried" high voltage line looks like at my creek. Turns out the kids were down here playing
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lisamariesinatra
As advocates and educators of home fire sprinklers, we continue to search for ways to help increase awareness about the importance and benefits of this life-saving technology. But as you likely know, getting positive attention from the media can sometimes prove challenging. So, in an age where the world is saturated with news and information, how
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