NFPA 2010: Standard for Fixed Aerosol Fire-Extinguishing Systems
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What is NFPA 2010?
NFPA 2010: Document Scope

1.1 Scope. 1.1.1 This standard contains the requirements for the design, installation, operation, testing, and maintenance of condensed and dispersed aerosol fire-extinguishing systems for total flooding applications. 1.1.2 This standard also covers performance requirements and methods of testing for condensed aerosol systems, dispersed aerosol systems, and associated components.

This standard contains minimum requirements for fixed aerosol fire extinguishing systems. It is intended for use by those who purchase, design, install, test, inspect, approve, list, operate, and maintain fixed aerosol fire-extinguishing systems so that such equipment will function as intended throughout its life.

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What does NFPA 2010 address?

This comprehensive document provides (1) design, installation, operation, testing and maintenance provisions addressing condensed and dispersed aerosol fire extinguishing systems for total flooding applications and (2) performance requirements and methods of testing for condensed aerosol systems, dispersed aerosol systems, and associated components.



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