Wow a lot has changed in a week. We're holding on fine here, but I hope you and your family are safe and healthy wherever you are.
Now back to more fun things like fire protection -
After last week's debut of fire sprinkler requirements for elevators, I had a couple emailed requests for a fire alarm version. I love the idea and put some time into reviewing and organizing the requirements on the fire alarm side.
This first iteration is a draft, and if you're well versed in this arena I'd love for you to take a look and let me know what you think. Feel free to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or comment on it here.
In the upcoming week I plan to incorporate ASME A17.1 and it's impact on the fire alarm side of accounting for elevators, hence the big [DRAFT] watermark on this PDF.
Click on the image below to get a PDF copy of the Fire Alarm Elevator Cheatsheet:
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Hope you have a safe and healthy rest of your week! Thanks for reading.
3/31/2020 06:31:54 am
Any chance you could send me a copy of the sprinkler elevator requirements that debuted last week?
3/31/2020 06:54:10 am
Hi Butch! Not sure what your email is, but you can get it here: https://www.meyerfire.com/blog/when-are-sprinklers-required-in-elevators
8/21/2020 07:52:56 am
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Joe Meyer, PE, is a Fire Protection Engineer out of St. Louis, Missouri who writes & develops resources for Fire Protection Professionals. See bio here: About