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can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

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can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

RE: can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

A little more detail would help

Should not be a problem

All pipe has to be maintained to 40 F!!

Balcony, is this outside the building,,,

With no sprinkler protection for it??

Toilet area are you talking about running exposed, so you you see it??
Metal pipe??

RE: can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

(OP)
Thank you for reply sir .If NFPA 13 Tell any thing about the sprinkler pipe will run through the un sprinklered area like toilet and dry balcony

RE: can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

Is this a NFPA 13 or NFPA 13R design?

RE: can sprinkler pipe can run through toilet and dry balconcy area

(OP)
NFPA 13

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