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The use and storage of plastic pallets is an emerging issue in commodity fire protection.
Today’s Coffee Break Training, “Plastic Pallets and Sprinkler Design” explains the influence of plastic pallets on fire protection systems.
Your Coffee Break can be downloaded from http://www.usfa.dhs.gov/downloads/pdf/coffee-break/cb_fp_2009_36.pdf
Always refer to nationally recognized design and installation standards, the product manufacturer or listing details for specific information.
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The inaugural edition of Tech Talk looks at self-illuminated or self-powered lighting, which is sometimes used to mark exits. Background information about self-illuminated signs is presented, along with tips for reviewing plans and/or inspecting facilities that use or plan to use self-illuminated lighting features. Guidance for safe disposal of damaged or unused units is also included.
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