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Authorities, Specifications and Codes & Standards

Summary

Summary

Different jurisdictions maintain different standards for the installation of fire protection equipment. for example, the basic requirements for fire sprinkler systems are occupancy-based and are typically found in a published building code or fire code. That document may well reference another document, such as the NFPA 13, or a local requirement.

Understanding how to maneuver through the world of codes and standards is critical in determining the requirements for the design and installation of fire protection systems.
Codes and standards are often referenced by one another and work in unison to list and clarify requirements.
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