NFPA 72®: National Fire Alarm Code®, 1999 Edition
|Item # 7299|
Electrical contractors, installers, and engineers will find it easier to apply the revised NFPA 72®!
For the fire alarm industry, the big news for 1999 is the improved edition of NFPA®'s National Fire Alarm Code®.
This comprehensive guide to the design, installation, maintenance, testing, and use of fire alarm systems has been reorganized to present facts in the order needed by most pros. Other improvements--such as separate groupings for system inputs, systems outputs, system functions, and general requirements -- make it the most user-friendly edition of NFPA 72 ever published!
It's still the only ANSI-accredited document for fire alarm systems installation.
Designers, installers, AHJs, and maintenance personnel depend on the Code as the most reliable source for safety guidelines, up-to-date technology, and industry practices. The revised rules include...
- Requirement to synchronize the temporal-three standard evacuation signal within a notification zone
- Increased audibility requirements for emergency voice/alarm communications systems
- Qualification requirements for fire alarm systems designers
There's a separate chapter for public fire reporting systems, and worksheets for the streamlined Appendix B, Engineering Guide for Spacing of Automatic Fire Detectors. An important permissive facilitates your work with integrated building systems network protocols such as BACnet or LONworks.
Get the facts you need to pass inspections and keep fire alarm systems in top working condition!
(Softbound, 205 pp., 1999)
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