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Fire Sprinkler safety Legislation in EU Countries

You must stay on a fully sprinklered hotel for your safety

System Application: Equip whole Hotel with complete hydraulically designed combination / automatic sprinkler / standpipe system zoned by floor.

Auto Garages Decks: Provide sprinkler protection, unless greater than 50% of perimeter is open to exterior air and not under hotel footprint.

• Utility Spaces: Provide complete sprinkler protection in electrical, mechanical, telephone and computer rooms.

• Loading Docks and Truck Bays: Provide sprinkler protection. If subject to freezing, provide dry-pipe system.

• Freezer and Cooler Boxes: Protect with dry-type heads off of area wet sprinkler system.

• Guestroom Bathrooms: Sprinklers are not required if bathroom is less than 5.10 m2 (55 sq. ft.). Regardless of bathroom area, sprinklers are required when combustible tubs or shower or tub surrounds (plastic / fiberglass) enclosures are used. (NFPA 13)

• Closets and Pantries: Sprinklers are not required in clothes closets, linen closets and pantries within hotel guestrooms where the area of the space does not exceed 2.2 m2 (24 sq. ft.). Closets and pantries with washer, dryer, water heater, mechanical or electrical equipment require sprinklers.

• Building Exception: Sprinkler / standpipe system may not be required in existing buildings of 2 stories or less where all guestrooms exit directly to exterior (no enclosed corridors).

. Wet-Pipe Sprinkler: Use wet-pipe sprinklers for habitable spaces such as guestrooms, guestroom corridors, restaurants, ballrooms / meeting rooms, public and back-ofhouse
areas.
. Dry-Pipe Sprinklers: Use dry-pipe sprinklers in attic and unheated areas to avoid the possibility of freezing.

• Dry type heads from the wet system may be used in small unheated areas.
• Wet sprinkler piping covered with attic insulation, pipe insulation or heat tape is not considered“freeze protected” and is unacceptable.
• Use galvanized steel pipe.
• Design for dry valve trip test that provides water to the
remote inspector test assembly within 60 seconds.
• Provide system with valve, trim, tank mounted compressor, control and test valves, gauges, pressure and high / low air pressure switches and approved drains.

. Sprinkler Heads: Fast-response 68° to 74° C (155° to 165° F), recessed, semi-recessed and concealed throughout, except where listed for a particular application as follows:

Type of Sprinkler Heads in Hotel

Typical Sprinkler Protection for Hotel Guest Rooms


 
 
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