Regardless of whether the 2013 edition of NFPA 20 will be applicable to your next project, fire protection engineers need to be aware of the changes to the standard.
Mechanical engineers must understand and meet various national and local codes when specifying high-temperature hot-water boilers and associated systems.
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The Mega-Stack option offers extended discharge from 10 to 15 feet in overall stack discharge height, making it ideal for low flow applications requiring higher plume rise.
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With the ADC105 connected to a SIMPLEX fire alarm system, it allows continuous monitoring and alarm capability if something should go wrong.
It’s vital for consulting engineers to not only identify the applicable codes and standards but also know the building and owner’s needs.