Have a small five-story restaurant and apartment building (each floor level is only 3,000 sqft), and it's under NFPA 13-2010. Is each floor level of the sprinkler system required to have it's own isolation valve and flow switch?
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12/17/2018 10:18:17 am
How high is the building?
12/17/2018 10:30:27 am
NFPA 13-10 - 184.108.40.206 - Just says each system shall have a listed indicating valve etc....
12/19/2018 05:46:28 am
if you have a five story building you probably have a standpipe system. NFPA 14 requires combination systems to have specific requirements, basically a check valve and a floor control valve assembly (all components for a new system) be provided.
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