NFPA responde a la crítica de los aspersores contra incendios a casa y decir que el servicio de bomberos se beneficiará económicamente de los requisitos de rociadores

Por Fred Durso, Jr. NFPA President Jim Pauley NFPA’s Fire Sprinkler Initiative team came across a blog post written by a Massachusetts policy and communications adviser. In his post, titledOutcry for Mandating Sprinklers Not Coming From the Public”, he questions the importance of home fire sprinklers in all new homes while listing an array of inaccuracies and misstatements, including: home sprinklers don’t seem to offer significantly greater protection than smoke alarms, a statement countered by NFPA research sprinkler requirements will negatively impact the housing market firefighters willbe in the position to benefit financiallyfrom sprinkler requirements, since home fire sprinklers require annual

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative

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