USFA Coffee Break Training on Commercial Cooking Fire Suppression Equipment Release Devices

04/05/2012
In this free firefighter training vignette from the United States Fire Administration (USFA), the student is tasked with describing the requirements for manual release devices connected to commercial cooking fire suppression systems. Download this training vignette as a PDF HERE. Coffee Break Training provides an overview of fire protection topics and does not include all details, requirements or exceptions to the topics that are described. Always refer to nationally recognized design and installation codes and standards, the product manufacturer, or listing details for specific information. Interpretations of codes and standards are the responsibility of the code official or authority...

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