The InnovairFlex D4120 4-wire photoelectric duct smoke detector features a pivoting housing that fits both square and rectangular footprints and mounts to round or rectangular ductwork. This unit senses smoke in the most challenging conditions, operating in airflow speeds of 100 to 4,000 feet per minute, temperatures of –4°F to 158°F, and a humidity range of 0 to 95 percent (noncondensing).
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i3 Series Smoke Detectors deliver intelligence, installation ease, and instant inspection for optimal performance and reduced costs. A plug-in design and Stop-Drop ‘N Lock™ mounting simplify installation. Smoothing algorithms and intelligent drift compensation minimize nuisance alarms. Accessories for remote sensitivity testing and remote maintenance signaling enable instant inspection.
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The new requirements in the 2012 edition of the International Fire Code (IFC) and the International Building Code (IBC) are the result of the International Code Council (ICC) membership approving a proposal during the May 2010 Final Action Hearing to require the installation of CO detection in new and existing Group-R and Group-I occupancies, such as hotels, dormitories, apartment buildings, hospitals and nursing homes.
Kenneth Bush is a senior fire protection engineer for the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office in Easton, Maryland. With 35 years vested in the industry, he reviews plans and inspects buildings for compliance with the state fire prevention code, which currently references the NFPA Life Safety Code, NFPA 101® and Fire Code, NFPA 1. Bush is an active member of the NFPA 101/5000 Technical Committee on Mercantile Business Occupancies, currently serving as Chair of that committee.
he Apex Tool Group is a billion-dollar tool manufacturing company with over 90 facilities worldwide. One such facility is its hand tool manufacturing plant in Gastonia, North Carolina. This particular plant specializes in processing raw metal into well-known brands of hand tools and sockets for industrial, commercial and do-it-yourself customers. The process to make 30 brands of hand tools creates caustic by-products and an extremely dirty environment.