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Seismic design of fire suppression piping systems
Seismic design of fire suppression piping systems

Fire protection engineers should use the guidance of NFPA 13 when designing fire suppression piping in nonresidential buildings.Read More

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Designing lab ventilation systems
Designing lab ventilation systems

Engineers should consider the codes and standards, safety, risk mitigation, and potential energy savings when designing laboratory ventilation systems.Read More

NFPA 72 and 720 code changes
NFPA 72 and 720 code changes

Here’s what fire protection engineers need to know about the NFPA 72 and 720 code requirements for sleeping roomsRead More

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Jensen Hughes brand launches after historic merger
Jensen Hughes brand launches after historic merger

Jensen Hughes is launched as the merged company of the RJA Group and Hughes Associates. Read More

Connecting buildings via the Internet of Things
Connecting buildings via the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things offers engineers ripe opportunities to take the lead with clients.Read More

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2017 Product of the Year winners
2017 Product of the Year winners

Consulting-Specifying Engineer readers have cast their votes for the 2017 Product of the Year; read... Read More

Explosion-proof smoke detectors
Explosion-proof smoke detectors

The Det-Tronics SmokeWatch is applicable to industrial HVAC duct-monitoring.Read More

Fire pump models
Fire pump models

Armstrong added two horizontal split case (HSC) models with tilted parting design to its fireset... Read More

Aspirating smoke detector
Aspirating smoke detector

Honeywell's Xtralis VESDA-E VEP smoke detector offers improved detection performance and touch... Read More

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