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Cumbre Missouri empuja aspersores contra incendios en casa en el centro de atención

Por Fred Durso, Jr. Knowledge is power. That seemed to be the underlying tagline during the Missouri Sprinkler Summit, an inaugural event hosted by the Missouri Fire Sprinkler Coalition. Utilizing the brain power of some of America’s sprinkler experts, the event gave residents of the Show Me State compelling viewpoints on the necessity of home fire sprinklers. Creating a localized forum for sprinkler edification has its benefits; the Oregon and Washington Fire Sprinkler Coalitions co-hosted a similar event last year, and the networking opportunities there led to an interesting sprinkler success story in Washington. Missouri Fire Sprinkler Coalition Chair Rick Ennis discusses firefighter safety

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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