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Offline flyingparks

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Re: Fire Sprinklers
« Reply #20 on: June 01, 2017, 08:15:11 pm »
"Or, maybe, my reasoning is just all wet."

How many puns are you gonna put in this discussion. It's already heated for goodness sake!

I appreciate the intriguing discussion going on here. I'm gaining a lot of knowledge, so thanks!

Offline nativewolf

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Re: Fire Sprinklers
« Reply #21 on: June 02, 2017, 01:02:52 pm »
Yep, very useful.  I tell you what seeing that socket box full of saw dust was a revelation.  Never thought about that and as explosive as dust is ...I have no idea why I didn't think of it. 

I'm going to ask how would one fireproof electrical in a sawmill building.  Heck I have not even bought a mill yet but ..planning planning.    Not just electrical but the notes on air compressors too.  How to increase safety of the building. 

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Re: Fire Sprinklers
« Reply #22 on: June 02, 2017, 01:26:33 pm »
Ok about the sprinklers.
This is new to me and was shutoff when I buy this home in November, and home inspector did not dare to test it.
I have never seen a residential installation, now I own one.. :P

I think I will have to get professional to check it out before turning on the the breaker to the system.  Maybe they can pressure test for any leaks.

I do have dual smoke detectors each floor; one set are hardwired in and the other is part of home alarm system.  If the home alarm goes off, you get lots of help.  help_me

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