Understanding NFPA 20, 2016 Ed.

Understanding NFPA 20, 2016 Ed.
This webinar is geared toward certified fitters and is CAL-FIRE approved.

This webinar focuses on the installation of stationary fire pumps and the requirements of the 2016 edition of NFPA 20.  This lecture-based seminar discusses pump types, electric motor and diesel engine drivers along with their associated controllers.  The installation requirements for fire pumps are also reviewed.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this webinar attendees will be able to:
     1.  Explain the organization of NFPA 20;
     2. Describe the various types of fire pumps; and       
     3. Locate and apply the basic installation requirements for stationary fire pumps, drivers, and controllers.


John August Denhardt, PE, FPE, FSFPE
John August Denhardt, PE, FPE, FSFPE, is Vice President of Engineering and Technical Services. He is responsible for strengthening AFSA's engineering and technical approaches to meeting member, industry and operational priorities, with an emphasis on service, quality, and integrity. Denhardt is a Professional Engineer (P.E.) registered in the District of Columbia as well as the states of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. In addition to his P.E., he is a NICET Level III in Water-Based System Layout and Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems. A native of Maryland, Denhardt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Fire Protection Engineering from the University of Maryland in College Park.


  • Price:
    • AFSA Member: $35
    • Non-Member: $70
  • Continuing Education Credit:
    • This webinar offers: 0.2 CEUs, 2.0 CPDs, and 0.2 CAL-FIRE approved CEUs.
  • To receive continuing education credits for the webinar you must do all of the following:
    • Register individually using your name that matches your fitter certification, if applicable.
    • Provide your fitter ID# at registration to receive CAL-FIRE approved CEUs
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    • Attend the webinar in its entirety
    • Respond to each checkpoint question
    • Submit a completed evaluation form within 14 days of the webinar

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