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NFPA 13 provides requirements for the design and installation of automatic sprinkler systems.
NFPA 25 presents guidelines for inspection, testing, and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems.
NFPA 72 covers fire alarms and signaling systems, including emergency communications and mass notification systems (MNS).
NFPA 99 assures safety in all types of health care facilities.
NFPA 20 is your guide to correct installation of stationary fire pumps.
NFPA 96 helps you avoid cooking hazards in commercial kitchens.
NFPA 1 improves building occupant and fire fighter safety.
NFPA 10 is the leading source for criteria for portable fire extinguisher selection, use, and maintenance.
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