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eng_m_m.abd89@yahoo.com
Hi, Till now I have confusion regarding the function of the private fire hydrant which is with two hoses (2 1/2") and 4" pumper outlet, as: 01- it is mentioned in NFPA 24 that is used for delivering water to the fire department truck so the residual pressure will be 20 PSI, but I find a lot of design engineers making the minimum
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eng_m_m.abd89@yahoo.com
Hi, Till now I have confusion regarding the function of the private fire hydrant which is with two hoses (2 1/2") and 4" pumper outlet, as: 01- it is mentioned in NFPA 24 that is used for delivering water to the fire department truck so the residual pressure will be 20 PSI, but I find a lot of design engineers making the minimum residual
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evanvanvan
I got knocked by a fire inspector for writing the year I installed a gauge on a customer's system (replaced a 5 year expired one) on the face plate in sharpie marker. The gauge was new but was leftover stock on my shelf after the new year. As usual (with left over gauges) I popped the cover and neatly wrote the year I installed the gauge on
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