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Acceptance Testing and Hydraulics for Plan Reviewers
This two-day seminar provides attendees with vital information on how to conduct plan review process of water-based fire protection systems. The student will conduct a basic sprinkler system plan review for compliance with NFPA 13. The student will be taught the importance of creating plan review policies in order to achieve an accurate and expeditious plan review process. The plan review process will be detailed and an overview of plan review procedure methods will be covered. In the second half of the seminar cover the acceptance test requirements for new fire sprinkler systems, underground fire mains, and fire pumps. It will also address the situations where equipment in existing systems is repaired or replaced. Next, the program will cover basic hydraulics. The program will conclude with a look at the standardized forms that NFPA 13 uses for computer generated hydraulic calculations and how to review these forms for the important information necessary for plan review. Learning Objectives: 1. Discuss the importance of a systematic review process in order to achieve: 2. Develop accurate plan reviews and expeditious plan reviews 3. Apply principals to minimize conflict and improve communications with contractors 4. Implement a plan review submittal check list 5. Apply the use of a plan review check list 6. Explain the acceptance testing requirements for new sprinkler systems 7. Explain the acceptance testing requirements for new private fire mains 8. Explain the acceptance testing requirements for new fire pumps 9. Evaluate the hydraulic calculations presented with a set of working plans submitted for review and approval For a complete syllabus, click HERE.
PARTICIPANT SHOULD COME PREPARED WITH A CURRENT COPY OF NFPA 13.
REGISTRATION FEE: Member or AHJ: $225 Non-Member: $450
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