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Height of fire alarm

Discussion in 'Commercial Fire Codes' started by Rick18071, Aug 29, 2017.

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    Plans where reviewed and passed a couple of years ago. The plans of the building do not show the conveyors which are on a different permit and set of plans. The building is 90% finished and the conveyors are 50% finished. As the conveyors are being built they block the strobes and so the strobes would have to be moved above and below the required height by the NFPA.
    Just want to know how to proceed on inspecting the fire alarms if they can't be where the code requires them.
     
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    So they need to go to the appeal board to move the strobes higher and lower than the maximum and minimum required by the NFPA that is in current use in PA?
     

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