Standard: NFPA 2001
STANDARD ON CLEAN AGENT FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS
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This standard contains minimum requirements for total flooding and local application clean agent fire extinguishing systems. It does not cover fire extinguishing systems that use carbon dioxide or water as the primary extinguishing media, which are addressed by other NFPA documents.
The agents in this standard were introduced in response to international restrictions on the production of certain halon fire extinguishing agents under the Montreal Protocol signed September 16, 1987, as amended. This standard is prepared for the use by and guidance of those charged with purchasing, designing, installing, testing, inspecting, approving, listing, operating, and maintaining engineered or preengineered clean agent extinguishing systems, so that such equipment will function as intended throughout its life. Nothing in this standard is intended to restrict new technologies or alternative arrangements provided the level of safety prescribed by this standard is not lowered.
No standard can be promulgated that will provide all the necessary criteria for the implementation of a total flooding clean agent fire extinguishing system. Technology in this area is under constant development, and this will be reflected in revisions to this standard. The user of this standard must recognize the complexity of clean agent fire extinguishing systems. Therefore, the designer is cautioned that the standard is not a design handbook. The standard does not do away with the need for the engineer or for competent engineering judgment. It is intended that a designer capable of applying a more complete and rigorous analysis to special or unusual problems shall have latitude in the development of such designs. In such cases, the designer is responsible for demonstrating the validity of the approach.
|Organization:||National Fire Protection Association|
|Document Number:||nfpa 2001|
|Change Type:||COMPLETE REVISION|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|
|Document #||Change Type||Update Date||Revision||Status|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: ERTA||Revision: 15||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: ERTA||Update Date: 2015-10-26||Revision: 15||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: ERTA||Update Date: 2015-10-05||Revision: 15||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: STCH||Update Date: 2015-01-01||Revision: 15||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: TIA1||Revision: 12||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: TIA1||Update Date: 2012-10-30||Revision: 12||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type: STCH||Update Date: 2012-01-01||Revision: 12||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type:||Update Date: 2008-01-01||Revision: 08||Status: INAC|
|NFPA 2001||Change Type:||Update Date: 2004-02-05||Revision: 04||Status: INAC|
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