This program covers a wide variety of topics all having to do with making decisions regarding the discharge criteria for sprinklers and nozzles (flow, pressure, number of sprinklers in the design area, location of sprinklers in the design area) for advanced and complex situations in fire sprinkler and water spray systems.
This seminar assumes that the participant knows and understands the meaning of basic hydraulic terms such as density and design area as well as knowing the Hazen-Williams formula for calculating friction loss. Participants not familiar with these terms and formulas are certainly welcome to take the class, but they may find that they need to do more work to keep up. Everyone that comes to the class should bring a calculator with a [yx] key that they know how to use.
This seminar is an excellent study session for people holding NICET Level II certification in Layout of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems who are preparing to sit for the Level III certification exams. This program will cover information from NFPA 13, NFPA 15 and NFPA 16.
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