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edición de marzo / abril del NFPA Journal explora los problemas de protección para este tipo de construcción que emerge, se centra en las ocupaciones industriales y de almacenamiento

La última edición de la norma NFPA Journal®, the official magazine for the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), examines the proliferation of unconventional buildings and the unique fire and life safety challenges they pose. This issue also dives into industrial and storage occupancies, with a closer look at the 2015 fire in a GE appliance warehouse in Louisville, Kentucky, that resulted in an estimated $110 million in losses.

Fuente:: NFPA – News Releases


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