Dear Sir, I do have a queries on the certify body for the deluge valve. As there are some brands which are certified by UL Listed only or FM Approval only. Hence I would like to understand about these certificates in more details i.e. What are the difference? Which one is better? Please someone share about this
Failure to adequately maintain fire suppression systems in health care facilities is consistently ranked as a most frequently cited deficiency by accreditation organizations. In fact, the Joint Commission indicates that this was cited as “not compliant” in over 80% of surveys of hospitals and critical access hospitals during the first
As the fifth anniversary of the tragic deaths of 19 firefighters in a place called Yarnell Hill approaches, it's a reminder to truly think about what we can learn from an event of this magnitude. Earlier this year, I had an opportunity that I both relished and dreaded - to take what wildland fire leaders refer to as a "staff ride" to the
Associated Press Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of the Farmington, West Virginia, mine explosion, which killed 78 people. It was the deadliest fire or explosion in the United States in 1968, according to NFPA. The incident is featured in "Looking Back" in the November/December issue of NFPA Journal. "Man, it
A Fire hose cabinet is provided at the flat roof of Dubai airport support building in accordance with the NFPA 14-2016, chapter 7, section 7.3.2. Building is 2-storey and 8m in height with open steel stairs outside the building which is not reaching to the roof where mechanical equipment are provided. However Ladder is provided to access this
In the 70E 2015 there was a Table 130.7(C)(15)(A)(a) that was very useful for Arc Flash Hazard identification for Alternating Current and Direct Current Systems. Why was it deleted in the 70E 2018 edition?
I have had zero luck with this but several differing opinions We were trying to judge the ampacity of an existing cable, 3 conductors 500KCM in one jacket or cable. This cable is attached to building rafters, about 10 ft between rafters and the cable is surrounded by air above below beside and is indoors near roof no other