This five-day course is based on NFPA 13 and 20 standards. The course is designed to provide participants with the tools needed to design and install fire sprinkler systems in accordance with building and fire codes, also will present new insights into hydraulic behavior, and will present the overall methodology for performing hydraulic calculations of fire sprinkler systems.
- Use hazard classifications to design sprinkler systems
- Understand the basic principles of hydraulic analysis for fire sprinkler systems.
- Perform and review basic hydraulic calculations for fire sprinkler systems.
- Select the most suitable type of system for your project
- Understand water supplies for fire sprinkler systems with the inclusion of basic fire pump criteria into a water supply.
- Develop system design criteria using hydraulic calculations
- Describe sprinkler vs. non-sprinkler system requirements
- Distinguish the suitability of different types of sprinkler systems to certain hazards and construction components
- Evaluate whether a given water supply is adequate for a system.
- Understand how to take basic sprinkler system design criteria and properly apply it to hydraulic calculations of fire sprinkler systems.
- Understand water system implications for sprinkler system and fire protection design
- Illustrate combining fire pumps and water supplies
- Know how to hydraulically calculate pipe sizes
- Become familiar with several methods of spot checking hydraulic calculations.
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