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The environment above a commercial fryer can be one of the greasiest places on earth. The fire protection equipment there must be serviced regularly to enhance its operational reliability.
Today’s training vignette, “Commercial Kitchen Suppression System Link and Bulb Maintenance” describes the requirements periodic maintenance on these devices.
Coffee Break Training provides an overview of fire protection topics and does not include all details, requirements or exceptions to the topics that are described. Always refer to nationally recognized design and installation codes and standards, the product manufacturer, or listing details for specific information.
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