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April 2019

  1. #165 – Counterfeit Fire Sprinklers: How to Identify and Avoid Them

    #165 – Counterfeit Fire Sprinklers: How to Identify and Avoid Them
    As sprinkler systems become more common, the fire protection industry has attracted unscrupulous manufacturers and sellers of counterfeit fire sprinklers. Learn how to ID real and fake fire sprinklers, as well as where to look for counterfeit advisories.
  2. #164 – NFPA 101 Fire Alarm Systems, Part 2: The Requirements By Occupancy Classification

    #164 – NFPA 101 Fire Alarm Systems, Part 2: The Requirements By Occupancy Classification
    The National Fire Protection Association has unique fire alarm requirements for each occupancy type. QRFS details NFPA code for fire alarm initiation, occupant notification, and monitoring of educational, detention and correctional, assembly, mercantile, business, storage, and industrial facilities.
  3. #163 – Angle Valve Compatibility in Fire Protection, Plumbing, and Water-Based Systems

    #163 – Angle Valve Compatibility in Fire Protection, Plumbing, and Water-Based Systems
    A wide range of standards govern the construction and use of valves—so can angle valves designed for one purpose be used for another? QRFS looks at angle valves in fire protection, HVAC, plumbing, and beyond, discussing their construction, manufacturing standards, and suitability for various applications.
  4. #162 – Why American Cities are Retrofitting Fire Hydrants with Storz Hydrant Converters

    #162 – Why American Cities are Retrofitting Fire Hydrants with Storz Hydrant Converters
    Storz hydrant converters, designed to provide quick and easy connections between fire hoses and hydrants, are improving public safety in American cities. QRFS explains why they matter, how they work, and how some cities and fire departments are financing their retrofits.
  5. #161 – NFPA 101 Fire Alarm Systems, Part 1: Understanding Initiation, Occupant Notification, and Monitoring

    #161 – NFPA 101 Fire Alarm Systems, Part 1: Understanding Initiation, Occupant Notification, and Monitoring
    Learn all the different ways a fire alarm can activate, notify occupants, and get the attention of emergency forces. In the first installment of this three-part series, QRFS explains the different methods for accomplishing each of these fire alarm system objectives.

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