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Are wireless fire alarms right for your project?
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Fire protection engineers should explore the costs, benefits, history, technology, and code compliance aspects of low-power radio wireless fire alarm systems and wireless smoke alarms.Read More

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Motion control: Statue of Liberty rescue elevator
Motion control: Statue of Liberty rescue elevator

Application Update: At the Statue of Liberty, the new fast, efficient rescue elevator features a smooth ride to the top, ensured by a motor drive, to improve safety, emergency access, and evacuation... Read More

Use NFPA 3 to coordinate fire and life safety projects
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NFPA 3 takes a contemporary approach to construction and focuses on commissioning the fire and life safety systems throughout a project, rather than at the end.Read More

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What good are enclosed elevator lobbies?
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Can performance criteria be written in understandable and enforceable language to be integrated into building and fire codes?Read More

Integrating electrical safety with design
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Integrating maintenance requirements into the design of an electrical system is an important first step to provide workplace safety.Read More

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HVAC: ASHRAE 62.1, 62.2, And Air Movement
A well-designed HVAC system must provide sufficient air flow, control moisture and contaminants in building assemblies and mechanical systems, limit contaminants from indoor and outdoor sources, meet system performance requirements, and minimize lifecycle costs. Learn how to achieve good indoor air quality (IAQ) through ASHRAE 62.1, 62.2, and air movement.

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Press inserts
Press inserts

The Venturi press inserts help reduce stagnation in seldom-used fixtures and maintain water... Read More

Plume laboratory and fume exhaust fan
Plume laboratory and fume exhaust fan

Vektor-CH and Vektor-CS fans are added to Greenheck Vektor's plume laboratory and fume exhaust... Read More

Commercial LED downlight fixture
Commercial LED downlight fixture

The LBSLEDA fixture is designed for settings where plenum height is challenging or where fire codes... Read More

Specialty faucets for health care applications
Specialty faucets for health care applications

The M•Dura faucet series have added faucets that are specifically designed for health care... Read More

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