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Air Supplies for Dry Type Fire Sprinkler Systems

Overview

This is a presentation that touches on NFPA-13 requirements/practices and goes through many different arrangements (both right and wrong).

Learning Objectives

The objective of this presentation is to make the attendees familiar with the correct air supply requirements for dry and preaction systems in NFPA-13. As a side note, we'll look at some common problems and their solutions.

Scott Hanson - Reliable automatic sprinkler


Scott Hanson, Technical Services Manager for Reliable Automatic Sprinkler. Scott has over thirty years in the fire protection industry and has been with Reliable since early 2012. Scott worked over twenty-five years in fire sprinkler contracting in both the Pacific Northwest and upper Midwestern regions of the United States. Prior to his sprinkler career he was a licensed journeyman plumber. Scott has a Bachelor Science degree in Business Administration and is NICET certified as a Level IV Senior Engineering Technician (SET) in automatic sprinkler system layout.

Start Time:  8:00 am

End Time:  9:00 am

Number of CPDs:  1.00

Room:  Cliffside A

Track: Design

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