Guides for Fire Protection Equipment and Fire Safety Systems

  1. #325 – Fire Safety Signs from Around the World: Exits to Equipment

    #325 – Fire Safety Signs from Around the World: Exits to Equipment
    Safety signs are everywhere. In dangerous situations, they tell you what to do, where to go, and where to find vital equipment. In addition to the million or so exit signs you’ve seen in your life, other common life and fire safety signs include: Egress markers showing the way out of complicated or tall buildings Markers for AEDs and fire...
  2. #321 – Loos Seismic Bracing Protects Building Systems from Earthquakes

    #321 – Loos Seismic Bracing Protects Building Systems from Earthquakes
    Seismic bracing for pipes, ductwork, electrical components, and more keeps systems up and running after the shaking stops The risk of fire runs high after earthquakes, most often triggered by broken gas lines, exposed wires, arcing electricity, and fuel spills. A staggering 90% of the building damage incurred during the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 was caused by fires that...
  3. #318 – Seismic Design for Fire Sprinklers, Part 2: Seismic Bracing

    #318 – Seismic Design for Fire Sprinklers, Part 2: Seismic Bracing
    Fire sprinkler systems require seismic design to safeguard them against earthquakes. Learn about the principles and equipment involved in seismic bracing.

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