Fire Sprinkler Regulatory

  1. #157 – Heat Tracing Fire Sprinkler Systems: When, Where, and How

    #157 – Heat Tracing Fire Sprinkler Systems: When, Where, and How
    Heat tracing can protect sections of pipe in wet fire sprinklers from freezing, providing a viable alternative to installing or retrofitting more complex and expensive dry pipe or preaction systems. QRFS explains various types of heat tape, including NFPA standards, cost, and maintenance requirements.
  2. #156 – Advanced Fire Protection for a Complex Industrial Facility

    #156 – Advanced Fire Protection for a Complex Industrial Facility
    Increasingly complex industrial facilities need advanced fire protection and life safety systems. QRFS reviews NFPA and ICC requirements for an industrial occupancy.
  3. #155 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 3: Installation of Components

    #155 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 3: Installation of Components
    The additional components required in dry fire sprinkler systems compared to wet systems can make installation more challenging. QRFS helps you understand NFPA 13 requirements for installing dry pipe and check valves, as well as quick-opening and antiflooding devices.
  4. #154 – What is Water Hammer and How Does it Impact Firefighting?

    #154 – What is Water Hammer and How Does it Impact Firefighting?
    Closing or opening a valve can cause a sudden surge in pressure, threatening water-based systems and the people who work around them. QRFS explains the phenomenon known as water hammer, describing what is, how it works, and how it impacts firefighting and the design of fire protection systems.
  5. #151 – Why and When the US Retrofits Sprinklers in Existing Buildings

    #151 – Why and When the US Retrofits Sprinklers in Existing Buildings
    A look at the evolution and impact of fire safety code that has caused most new commercial buildings to have fire sprinklers – and how revised code and local governments are now driving sprinkler retrofits in existing buildings.
  6. #149 – Significant Changes to the 2019 Edition of NFPA 13, Part 2

    #149 – Significant Changes to the 2019 Edition of NFPA 13, Part 2
    NFPA 13: Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems has guided insurers, installers, and designers for more than a century. QRFS looks at the National Fire Protection Association's 2019 changes, exploring technical revisions impacting ESFR storage sprinklers, system components, and sprinkler system design.
  7. #148 – Fire Codes for Business: The Business Occupancy

    #148 – Fire Codes for Business: The Business Occupancy
    Follow the right fire codes for business that govern fire sprinklers, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, and safe food service operations if your organization is classified as a business occupancy.
  8. #147 – Significant Changes to the 2019 Edition of NFPA 13, Part 1

    #147 – Significant Changes to the 2019 Edition of NFPA 13, Part 1
    NFPA 13 has guided sprinkler installers and designers for more than a century. QRFS looks at NFPA 13 2019 changes, including an organizational overhaul and technical revisions impacting residential sprinklers in NFPA 13 systems.
  9. #145 – Tyco's New LFP Antifreeze Meets NFPA Listing Requirements

    #145 – Tyco's New LFP Antifreeze Meets NFPA Listing Requirements
    As the 2022 deadline for phasing out all current antifreeze solutions in wet sprinkler systems looms, the first – and only – product to meet the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) standard is good news for property owners in regions that suffer bitter winters. QRFS reveals why current solutions were deemed unsafe and details the new solution.
  10. #144 – Restaurant Fire Safety Regulations: The Basics

    #144 – Restaurant Fire Safety Regulations: The Basics
    Understanding fire safety regulations and the fire protection system requirements for your restaurant can ensure the longevity of your business and protect employees, patrons, and property.

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