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elevator shaft smoke curtain

Discussion in 'Commercial Building Codes' started by cda, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. cda

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    Further reading appears it is 3006.3 # 3
     
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    just used them in a couple different locations in CA. They are alive and well
     
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    funny - i just posted a question about possibly using one of these....
    and, yes - they are alive and doing well, at least here in CA.
     
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    Have high rise installing a version of them now on all floors.
     

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