NFPA 92B: Standard for Smoke Management Systems in Malls, Atria, and Large Spaces

Alerts: Receive e-mail updates on this document

Alert Me
Please confirm you would like to be alerted the next time we post new information about document .
Alerts will be sent to the e-mail address on your user profile:

Thank you for signing up for alerts.

What is NFPA 92B?
NFPA 92B: Document Scope
1.1* Scope. 1.1.1 This standard provides methodologies for estimating the location of smoke within a large-volume space due to a fire either in the large-volume space or in an adjacent space. These methodologies comprise the technical basis for assisting in the design, installation, testing, operation, and maintenance of new and retrofitted smoke management systems for the management of smoke within the space where the fire exists or between spaces not separated by smoke barriers. Buildings within the scope of this standard include those with atria, covered malls, and similar large-volume spaces. This standard is not intended to apply to warehouses, manufacturing facilities, or other similar spaces. This standard does not provide methodologies to assess the effects of smoke exposure on people, property, or mission continuity. 1.1.2 The algebraic approaches to smoke management contained in this standard assume either that the smoke removal will be by mechanical means or that the smoke will fill the large space.
Official document scope
What does NFPA 92B address?
Table of Contents

Find a code or standard

Related Products
NFPA 92: Standard for Smoke Control Systems, Prior Years
Item #: NFPA_92_PRIOR

Bottom blue line

Customer Support:  Help

Codes and Standards:  Complete list   Purchase   Free Access   National Fire Code Subscription Service (NFCSS)

On the Web:  Blogs  Buyers' Guide  Electric Vehicle Safety Training  Fire Adapted Communities  Fire Prevention Week  Fire Sprinkler Initiative  Firewise    

NEC® Buyers' Guide   nec connect   Sparky the Fire Dog®

  Twitter  LinkedIn  YouTube        RSS feeds  Flickr

Home | Terms of use | Privacy policy | © National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 2016