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May 7, 2013
Sprinkler Systems – Revising 70 Years of Conventional Wisdom –
Intermediate/Advanced – James D. Lake
Antifreeze has been
permitted in sprinkler systems for decades.
It has become a commonly utilized alternative for the protection of
sprinkler piping in unheated spaces.
a result of two tragic fire events the use of antifreeze in sprinkler systems
has undergone intense scrutiny and research that has resulted in a series of
sweeping changes in how it can be used.
This webinar will explore the history of antifreeze in sprinkler
systems, provide an overview of the research that influenced the changes in the
requirements, and the final results of numerous amendments as they appear now
in the NFPA standards.
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