Mythblaster Monday 11: Safety Resides in Each Home Fire Sprinkler

We often talk about the best way to improve fire safety outcomes is by having interconnected smoke alarms to alert people so that there may be a fire. Interconnected in the smoke alarm sense means that when one sounds, they all sound.
But for home fire sprinklers, this idea of connection results in a persistent myth. Throughout our Mythblaster Monday series, we identify common misunderstandings…

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Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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