Does an In-Building Riser require a thrust block?
I commonly see either mechanically-restrained pipe and fittings, or, an In-Building Riser (IBR) used when a fire service stubs into a building.
Is a thrust block required for the IBR?
I can't seem to find any verbiage on the product data for Ames' IBR one way or another. Thanks for clarifying my confusion here.
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