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Sprinkler systems, like other mechanical equipment, need regular inspection, testing and maintenance to enhance their reliability.
Today’s Coffee Break Training, “Homeowner/Occupant Sprinkler Inspections” describes a few simple steps that can be taken to assure sprinklers will operate when they are needed.
Your Coffee Break can be downloaded from http://www.usfa.dhs.gov/downloads/pdf/coffee-break/cb_fp_2009_44.pdf
Always refer to nationally recognized design and installation codes and standards, the product manufacturer or listing details for specific information.
Please share this Coffee Break Training segment and others with your peers. Previous Coffee Breaks may be found at http://www.usfa.dhs.gov/nfa/coffee-break/
HOT TOPICS IN FIRE PROTECTION
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