A class III commodity is encapsulated and stored on shelves within a large walk-in cooler. A dry system is being designed to serve this hazard. If the storage is anticipated to be 13 ft. in height with a 17 ft. ceiling, determine the required design density with the smallest remote area for high temperature sprinkler protection using the Control Mode Density/Area approach.
a. 0.14 gpm/sqft / 2,000 sqft
b. 0.14 gpm/sqft / 2,600 sqft
c. 0.15 gpm/sqft / 2,600 sqft
d. 0.18 gpm/sqft / 2,600 sqft
Solution | Posted 09/15/20
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