A couple of weeks ago I debuted a concept I've been working on which analyses fire pump curves and their combination with city pressure. With a handful of helpful suggestions, here's the latest iteration.
The big news this week is that this tool, alongside everything else I've created to date, is now available as the MeyerFire Toolkit - it's downloadable, printable, PDF-able version of each of these tools as well as a way to access the Sprinkler Database and all of our flowcharts and tables as PDFs.
What updates can I incorporate from here? Comment below for advice & feedback on how you'd like to see it completed.
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Joseph Meyer, PE, is a Fire Protection Engineer in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.