Can someone explain the need for fire suppression inside a stainless steel box that is considered confined space and is typically operating at minus 40 F?
Our local AHJ is suggesting that we need fire sprinklers inside our spiral freezer.
However, I am at a loss of any scenario in which anything is combustible inside this environment. It's either operating at minus 40F or its not, and all electronics (motors etc.) are located outside the box.
Its not meant to be occupied by personnel, hence the confined space.
So why on earth would we need fire suppression?
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