Provides coverage for the installation of life-saving residential sprinklers
The updated and improved NFPA 13D gives you the latest requirements for state-of-the-art home sprinkler systems.
The 2007 NFPA 13D provides coverage for the installation of life-saving residential sprinklers, as well as system design, water supplies, equipment requirements, and sprinkler location, spacing and position. The provisions are designed for family dwellings and manufactured homes, and contain many new, significant changes and revisions, including:
- Added spacing and obstruction rules addressing sloped ceilings, ceiling pockets, ceiling fans, and kitchen cabinets
- New installation, design, and acceptance requirements for pumps
- Clarification of the acceptability of insulation as a method of freeze protection
- Clarification of the acceptability of wells as a water supply source
- Added requirements for listed dry pipe residential sprinkler systems
- Clarified requirements for multi-purpose combined and networked sprinkler systems
Approx. 29 pp.