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paulroque99
In section 12 of NFPA 13 (here is the statement that needs to cleared by NFPA)   12.1.2 Ceiling Slope. The sprinkler system criteria specified in Chapter 12 and Chapters 14 through 20 are intended to apply to buildings with ceiling slopes not exceeding 2 in 12 (16.7 percent) unless modified by a specific section in Chapter 12 and Chapters… (Show more)
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hamad.koroni
Have a pedestrian footbridge crossing the highway road and am looking for the NFPA code that tells the fire and life safety requirements for this kind of facility?  The footbridge is an above-ground structure with a horizontal length of about 100m and 6m wide. The footbridge contains one elevator and one stair opens to the sky at each end of the… (Show more)
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homevisionin
main lug subpanel  I was working on a 200 amp panel and I came across a sub-panel 8 space 8 circuit maxed out  that has an overcurrent protection 2 pole 30 amp with a 10/3wire  the 200 amp is maxed out.     Q: wherein the code# NFPA 70# dose it mentions the minimum conductor size for sub-panel?#    P.S i checked in article 408 
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surajsshinde@gmail.com
There is warehouse of carbon black having height of storage 16 to  18 meters.the carbon black is stored in special type of bags and store on wooden pallets.I found in NFPA 13 support protection upto height of 12 meter.What about protection in this case?
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BUENOS DIAS, EN ALGUNA NORMA NFPA INDICA LA OBLIGATORIEDAD DE PINTAR LAS TUBERIAS DE LA RED DE AGUA CONTRA INCENDIOS DE COLOR ROJO ?
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In NFPA 13 - 2016 it's clearly stated at 8.4.6.2 that ESFR sprinklers shall be installed only in buildings where roof or ceiling slope above the sprinklers does not exceed a pitch of 2 in 12 (a rise of 2 units in a run of 12 units, a roof slope of 16.7 percent). ( 9.5 Degrees ) .   What if the slope is a little bit steeper than 9.5 Degrees , at… (Show more)
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