Fire Pumps: The Good, Bad, & Ugly
May 31 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+0
Where needed, fire pumps are essential to a water-based suppression system. Selecting the most efficient driver and pump is critical to a successful and profitable installation project. This seminar examines determining the need for a fire pump and choosing the proper pump capacity. The latest pump installation requirements, including those for multi-stage, multi-port pumps, are reviewed. The latest information and requirements for acceptance testing and periodic inspection, testing, and maintenance are discussed, along with the most efficient methods for assuring compliance with the standards. This seminar concludes with a review of some common issues and mistakes made when designing, installing, and inspecting/testing fire pumps.
1. Determine the need for a fire pump, calculate the most efficient pump capacity, and select the best driver for the application
2. Locate and apply the latest requirements for fire pump installation
3. Locate and apply the latest requirements for acceptance testing and periodic inspection and testing of fire pumps
4. Explain common mistakes made when designing, installing, and maintaining fire pumps, along with potentially negative consequences
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Registration Fees (per person):
AFSA Member Without CEU: FREE
AFSA Member With CEU: $25.00
AHJ Without CEU: FREE
AHJ With CEU: $15
Continuing Education Credit:
This webinar offers: 0.1 CEUs, 1.0 CPDs
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.
- Connect with your unique webinar link.
- Do not share or use someone else’s unique webinar link.
- 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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9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Pacific Time
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Mountain Time
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Central Time
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern Time