NFPA Codes

Industrial Fire Systems - Dry Chemical Systems (NFPA 17)

Dry chemical extinguishing system design, operation, and recharging. Covers total flooding, local application, hand hose line, and engineered and pre-engineered systems.

Kitchen Hood Cooking Fire Systems - Wet Chemical Systems (NFPA 17A)

Work smart with today's rules for wet chemical extinguishing systems associated with restaurant and institutional hoods, plenums, ducts and associated cooking appliances.

Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations (NFPA 96)

Commercial cooking facilities demand special installation techniques and fire safety precautions. We provide the standard for proper hood installation, exhaust duct systems, and fire extinguisher equipment.

Fire Safety(NFPA 1)

Adopted in jurisdictions throughout North America, NFPA 1 has 130 NFPA codes and standards that address the full range or fire protection and life safety issues. We have all the information you need to fully understand Code requirements and implement or enforce them effectively.

Life Safety Code (NFPA 101)

Incorporates the latest industry developmentsĀ  to provide the most advanced requirements for the complete range of construction, protection, and occupancy features that impact lives every day. A minor mistake or Code violation can have major consequences. Get the complete knowledge you need for total compliance.

Fire Protection Handbook

We help understand the latest tactics, data, and technologies on everything from disaster planning and response to evacuation. Conduct fire fighter and public safety training, make staffing and purchasing decisions, consult with architects and engineers, and command at the fire scene.

Health Care Facilities

(NFPA 99)

Features industry-accepted safety criteria for electrical systems, gas and vacuum systems, environmental systems, materials, and emergency management practices so as to minimize the hazards of fire, explosion and electricity in the full range of health care facilities.

Flammable and Combustible Liquids (NFPA 30-30A)

Adopted by most states and enforceable under OSHA, this guidelines presents the latest and most complete guidance on the safe storage, handling, and use of these volatile substances.

Fire Alarms (NFPA 72)

The most reliable source for the latest facts on the application, installation, location, performance, inspection, testing and maintenance of fire alarm systems, fire warning equipment and emergency warning equipment and their components.

Portable Fire Extinguishers (NFPA 10-10A)

Portable fire extinguishers are an important first line of defense against small fires. For maximum protection, we provide current guidance on the distribution, placement, maintenance, operation, and inspection or equipment - as well as testing and recharging.

Water-Based Fire Protection (NFPA 25)

Covers the care of fire sprinkler systems, standpipe and hose systems, fire pumps, fire service piping and appurtenances, foam-water, fixed water spray, water storage tanks, and valves.

Lighting Protection Systems (NFPA 780)

Reducing dangerous and deadly lightning hazards by providing guidance to the latest protection methods and devices including emergency exit lighting.

Carbon Dioxide Extinguishing Systems (NFPA 12)

Requirements for personnel safety features which must be incorporated into every carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system including total flooding, local application, hand hose line, and standpipe systems, plus mobile supplies.

Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems (NFPA 2001 - FM200)

Integrated state-of-the-art detection technology and clean-agent chemistry to provide cost effective fire protection for applications containing high-value critical data and sensitive electronic equipment.