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Oklahoma State University

FPLC- Analysis and Design of Residential Sprinkler Systems

OSU's Design and Analysis of Residential Sprinkler Systems seminar presents techniques for designing automatic sprinkler systems for one and two-family dwellings and other residential properties (up to four stories high such as hotels and apartment buildings). The instruction clarifies prevailing codes and standards and thoroughly addresses key topics for designers, contractors, fire marshals and loss control professionals that include hydraulic design requirements, sprinkler selection and location, and the proper piping materials.

Practical exercises along with expert instruction from an OSU faculty member, highlight this two-day seminar. Participants learn to apply plan review check lists for NFPA 13D and 13R designs. The instruction improves proficiency levels for designers and plan reviewers and also guides fire protection district officials who need consistent code interpretation throughout the jurisdiction.