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  • BETE Nozzles for Fire Protection
    protection systems. In dry fire protection systems, water does not enter the pipes until a remote valve is activated by a sensor, making them ideal for outdoor applications, or in places where the system will be exposed to temperatures below freezing. Nozzle effectiveness in these systems is greatly
  • SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering
    SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering. Underscored by the rapid assimilation of performance-based design in fire protection, this handbook is a contribution toward documenting and integrating the theoretical and applied bases of fire safety engineering.
  • Society of Fire Protection Engineers Reference Manual For the P.E. Exam in Fire Protection Engineering, Second Edition
    Society of Fire Protection Engineers Reference Manual For the P.E. Exam in Fire Protection Engineering, Second Edition. This manual gives background information relevant to the P.E. licensing process, provides necessary information for contact with your licensing board, reviews technical material
  • The 3rd Technical Symposium on Computer Applications of Fire Protection Engineering
    The 3rd Technical Symposium on Computer Applications of Fire Protection Engineering. This text offers the final proceedings of the 3rd Technical Symposium on Computer Applications, and provides access to the most current approaches in the application of computer models in fire protection
  • SFPE Engineering Guide to Performance-Based Fire Protection Analysis and Design of Buildings
    SFPE Engineering Guide to Performance-Based Fire Protection Analysis and Design of Buildings. Performance-based design and evaluation requires thorough knowledge of computer modeling and the latest engineering techniques. Devised by leading authorities, this guide teaches processes for defining
  • Versatility of fiberglass tanks make them ideal for commerical fire protection systems
    Designers of fire protection systems can confidently select a fiberglass water tank installed above or below grade based on decades of use storing hazardous and flammable liquids. As concerns continue to grow about water shortages in many parts of the United States, municipalities and facility
  • Primer on Helmet-Mounted Eye Protection for Fire Fighting
    Helmet-mounted eye protection for fire fighting is a much-discussed issue that is covered by two primary standards: an equipment. performance standard, and an occupational health and safety standard. This primer will explain these two standards and how. they impact eye protection selection for fire
  • Warehouse Asset Protection (.pdf)
    Smoke detectors and sprinkler systems are absolutely necessary to minimize the risk to warehouse contents. Still, they represent a response to fire that has already broken out. FLIR's Warehouse Asset Protection Systems go a step further by providing an early warning response to hot spots
  • OSHA and NFPA 70 Understanding NFPA 70 and its Implications in Electrical Inspections 2010
    The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) was established in 1896 and has become the world's. leading advocate of fire prevention. The influence of its 300 codes and standards are evident in buildings,. products, and practices throughout the world. NFPA codes are adopted through a broad
  • Thermal Millboard - 412-Millboard
    412-Millboard is a ceramic fiber board with inorganic fillers. It is an exceptional thermal insulator and is used for high temperature roll coverings and in fire protection areas where high strength properties are required. It is intended for applications with maximum continuous operating
  • Basics of Explosion Protection
    Hazardous locations are defined as premises, buildings or parts thereof where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to the presence of flammable gases. or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dusts, or easily ignitable fibers or flyings.
  • Understanding NFPA 86: Safety Ventilation and Continuous LFL Monitoring
    The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) establishes fire safety standards, including standards for the safe operation of processes. NFPA 86, the Standard for Ovens and Furnaces, addresses the safe operation of Class A, Class B ,Class C and Class D ovens, dryers, and furnaces, thermal
  • CNA Saves its Clients More Than $80 Million over 3 Years of IR Surveys from March 2005 through 2008 (.pdf)
    Insurance companies have traditionally focused on controlling the impact of property losses by using fire protection systems to minimize the amount of a loss if it happens. But rarely do insurance companies offer a service that actually PREVENTS losses and saves its clients money. CNA is that rare
  • High Impact Washing Nozzles (.pdf)
    was a mixture of a competitor's rotating tank wash nozzles and unbranded fire protection nozzles. Both nozzles were blocking due to particulate that was in the solution of re-circulated caustic the customer was using for washing.
  • BICSI Data Center Standard
    People responsible for the design and operation of data centers need to know multiple disciplines to do their jobs well. A good data center designer and operator needs to understand the information technology, telecommunications, electrical, mechanical, security, fire protection and other systems
  • Quick and quiet
    The new National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) regulation dramatically alters the types of equipment that can legally be used in propane gas systems, requiring all bulk storage tanks with a volume of more than 4,000 gal (15,140 litres) to have their storage tanks fitted with either internal