What would a proper hazard classification be for a casino gaming floor area?
The project is under NFPA 13, no known insurance requirements.
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7/15/2021 06:57:15 am
It's not in 13's code directly.
7/15/2021 08:34:39 am
I agree with Pete's assessment above. I do note that your question did not say the casino was in Nevada. Given the various finishes, exposed surfaces, and the high density of machinery - OH2 per Factory Mutual and NFPA 13 would be applicable.
7/15/2021 08:36:44 am
From working in Clark County, they had some very specific language for the design requirements for Casinos. OH 2, 11.2K@30PSI minimum QR Sprinklers, Ceiling height vs Design Area requirements (ceiling height x 100 for remote area size), ceilings over 50' require design analysis....we had some very large pipe size systems.
7/15/2021 10:46:34 am
Fully agree with the above comments.
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