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POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

(OP)
what is the proposed fire protection system to sea port power plant

RE: POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

Water.

Really need a bit more info my friend.. smile

RE: POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

Check NFPA 850 to see if it is endorsed.

RE: POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

Do you mean a floating thermal power plant on a floating paltform/barge, or ship or a plant on the shore or harbor?.
The risk is the same. So same NFPA 850 rules apply.
In a floatng barge, its similar.
But if it is on a ship with engines you have to add ship protection.

RE: POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

(OP)
thank you very much,
its a power station feed sea port.

RE: POWER PLANT FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM

Also is Factory Mutual Data Sheet 7-79 on power plants.

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