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Technical Committee Reviews To Review NFPA 770 Public Comments In Milwaukee August 27, 2018

Posted by shawnpci in Fire Protection, Fire Systems, FSSA, Good Stuff to Share, NICET, Uncategorized.
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NFPA’s technical committee on Hybrid (Water and Inert Gas) Fire Extinguishing Systems will gather in Milwaukee, Wisconsin beginning on Tuesday, August 28 through Thursday, August 30th.

The committee is set to review, discuss and act upon the 82 public comments received on the Standard’s first draft.  The breakdown of public comments include:

Chapter 1 – Administration : 1 proposal
Chapter 3 – Definitions :2 proposals
Chapter 4 – General : 4 proposals
Chapter 5 – Components : 33 proposals
Chapter 6 – System Design Requirements : 2 proposals
Chapter 7 – Design-Total Flooding : 17 proposals
Chapter 8 – Design-Local Application :7 proposals
Chapter 10 – System Documentation : 3 proposals
Chapter 11 – Installation Requirements : 3 proposals
Chapter 12 – Acceptance Testing : 1 proposal
Chapter 13 – Inspection, Testing & Maintenance : 8 proposals
Annex A – Explanatory : 3 proposals

All NFPA Technical Committee meetings are open to the public. Please contact Yiu Lee, Project Administrator for
information on attending the meeting as a guest at 617-984-7683 or by email ylee@nfpa.org.

To learn more about the committee and its progress click here.


1. Bruce Whitney - August 27, 2018

Thank you Shawn! We appreciate the updates!

Thank You,
Williams Fire Sprinkler Co., Inc.
Bruce Whitney

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