Is there a room volume cut off that you use for clean agent space to make sure that your system will pass the room integrity fan test?
As an extreme example, a 50,000 sf space would probably be better for something like a double interlock preaction system since it would be difficult to make sure that the space is of tight enough construction to hold the clean agent (there will inherently be some leaks in construction despite doing all the recommended practices of gasketing, door threshold blocking, etc).
Thanks in advance!
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