This week I spent a little time revisiting a post from earlier this year that broke out various requirements for components on floor control assemblies for fire sprinkler systems. A couple minor updates, but figured I would share. Thanks to Colin Triming for the tips on updates to this one!
Hope you have a great rest of your week!
If you work in and out of the residential design space, you may come across this question quite a bit.
A couple of years ago I wrote on this topic and put together a brief summary of the differences from a design and code perspective. This one gained a lot of traction and attention, and was included in the National Fire Sprinkler Magazine's Member takeover in the September/October 2020 Edition.
An updated cheatsheet is attached and includes some great feedback I've had since that 2018 article. Thanks & hope you have a great weekend!
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Joseph Meyer, PE, owns/operates his own Fire Protection Engineering practice in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.