Please join us in Dallas for the Rick Matsuda Honorary Fire Sprinkler Training Week November 28-30, 2023!
Tuesday, November 28 - Sprinkler Selection for High-Piled Storage
Explore the selection and application of automatic sprinklers for storage arrays where solid-pile, palletized, bin-box, shelf or rack storage commodity configurations exceed 12-feet. The course addresses the influence of various commodity and ceiling heights in sprinkler selection and system design. Learners should enter this program with the ability to apply NFPA 13 density/area design curves. Includes a hard copy of the 2019 edition of NFPA 13.
$275 (NFSA Member)/$550 (non-member) (includes NFPA 13)
Wedensday, November 29 - Pumps for Fire Protection
Utilizing NFPA 20, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection, this one-day program guides the participant through the basic operating principles of fire pumps, the requirements for the various components that make up a fire pump package and the requirements for acceptance testing for the pump to ensure proper operation.
$275 (NFSA Member)/$550 (non-member) (includes NFPA 20)
Thursday, November 30 - Fire Sprinklers: Sprinkler Equipment
Examining fire sprinkler system manufacturer specifications, bulletins, technical data sheets, or “cut sheets” are an important part of being a fire sprinkler system inspector. Fire sprinkler systems are installed through the International Building Code (IBC) and one of the two US model fire codes (International Fire Code or NFPA 1 Fire Code) codes and their referenced standards (NFPA 13), but manufacturers have specific installation requirements for their listed products add to the minimum requirements. This course will review specific cut sheets of sprinklers, piping, valves, and more to provide an efficient and thorough method of incorporating the review of these documents.
Course covers the IBC/IFC and referenced edition of NFPA 13.
$87.50 (NFSA Member)/$175 (non-member)
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