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Fire sprinklers are being installed throughout the community and knowing how these systems are installed is important to first responders, AHJs and designers. This course covers how sprinkler systems operate, where to expect sprinklers and where to find the requirements on installation for commercial and residential construction. This presentation will offer ample time for discussion of local issues and concerns. This program will also be AIA registered for 4 LU/HSW.
SPECIAL REGISTRATION FEE OF $25!!
2/28/2017 » 3/2/2017Coppell, TX
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3/1/2017Pumps for Fire Protection - Windsor Locks, CT
3/21/2017Technical Tuesday-Piping and Valve Installation
3/21/2017 » 3/23/2017Coordinating NFPA 25 & 72, Fire Service Mains, and Installation Requirements - Pataskala, OH
"To protect lives and property from fire through the widespread acceptance of the fire sprinkler concept"-NFSA Mission Statement
Phone: (443) 863-4464
Fax: (845) 878-4215
National Fire Sprinkler Association
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