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Fire Detection and Suppression Sytems Fire Alarm Systems and Smoke Detection
Lee Kaiser posted this on November 13, 2017
We are excited to announce that registration for our 2018 Seminar Series: Fire Protection Playbook is now open! Led by ORR VP of Engineering, Lee Kaiser, this annual seminar series will make its way..Read More
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Battery Charging Rooms, Gas Detection and Safety
Posted by Lee Kaiser on March 23, 2018
It is common knowledge that lead-acid batteries, when they are charging, release hydrogen gas that can potentially result in an explosion. In 2001, a hydrogen gas explosion occurred in a California data center in the UPS room where batteries were charging...
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Fire Protection Systems: Environmental Changes
Posted by Lee Kaiser on March 14, 2018
The Montreal Protocol was agreed upon in 1987 and effectively banned Halon, one of the most popular and effective agents for suppressing fires. Since that time, many Halon systems are stilll in use, but the price of the gas has greatly increased. Today,..
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Clean Agent System Code Requirements
Posted by Lee Kaiser on March 7, 2018
This video covers some recent code changes for clean agent systems. Some new requirements for systems protecting Class C hazards began January 1st, 2016. Other requirements for monitoring control heads in order to address the practice many people have..
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Clean Agent Systems: Types and Considerations
Posted by Lee Kaiser on February 27, 2018
Clean agent fire extinguishing systems have applications for Class A and Class B fires, but also can be effective in suppressing Class D combustible metal fires. They can use either manufactured or inert gasses, and disrupt the heat production of a fire,..
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