NFPA 2001: Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems
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What is NFPA 2001?
NFPA 2001: Document Scope

1.1 Scope. This standard contains minimum requirements for total flooding and local application clean agent fire extinguishing systems. It does not cover fire extinguishing systems that use carbon dioxide or water as the primary extinguishing media, which are addressed by other NFPA documents.

This standard contains requirements for total flooding and local application clean agent fire extinguishing systems. It is intended for use by those who purchase, design, install, test, inspect, approve, operate, and maintain engineered or pre-engineered gaseous agent fire suppression systems so they will function as intended when needed. Official document scope
What does NFPA 2001 address?
This document covers both halogenated agents and inert gases and includes general information on applicability of clean agents, uses and limitations, hazards to personnel, electrical clearances, environmental factors, and compatibility with other agents. Requirements address components, system design, local application systems, marine systems, inspection, maintenance, and training.

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