Lee Kaiser posted this on July 26, 2017
When you suspect corrosion in your sprinkler system pipes, or want to confirm your system is corrosion free, guided wave ultrasonic testing is one way to detect its presence. Once detected, you are..Read More
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Failure to Detect a Fire: Minimum Requirements and Performance Design..
Posted by Lee Kaiser on March 14, 2017
When constructing a building, or inspecting it to ensure it is up to code, the International Building Code (IBC) outlines the minimum amount of fire protection needed. The NFPA allows you to exceed these minimum requirements. Every location has different..
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Failure to Detect a Fire: Common Causes (Video)
Posted by Lee Kaiser on March 9, 2017
Having a fire system fail to detect a fire can be extremely costly and potentially detrimental to human safety. We know how important it is to find the cause of a failure before the devastating consequences have a chance to take their toll. Watch the video..
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Causes and Cures for Recurring System Trouble Signals (Video)
Posted by Lee Kaiser on March 7, 2017
When fire alarm panels are in trouble condition, it can be difficult to find the root cause of the problem. Trouble signals occur due to ground faults, circuit problems, battery faults, or other failures within the system. Watch this video as ORR VP of..
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How to Operate Your Fire Panel: Conventional and Addressable Panels..
Posted by Lee Kaiser on February 9, 2017
In the video below, watch as ORR VP of Engineering Lee Kaiser finishes his explanation of "How to Operate Your Fire Panel." Topics in this video include the fire alarm sequence, the difference between conventional and addressable fire panels, and the circuits..
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