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Escape-fire-answers - camera and sensors 10 4 minutes 11 146 12 One of life safety code introduced building codes changed building exit code 13

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1. Escalator (wood, grease) 2. One of : stainless steel escalators, cleaned mechanisms, sprinklers installed, smoke and fire alarms, smoking bans. 3. Pump (water pump) 4. a) Bakery 5. One of : (new building codes, wood was replaced with fire resistant plaster & brick, better water system, holes were precut in wooden water mains, removable plugs, above ground, fire plug – fire hydrant). 6. Hose 7. Steam powered fire engine /10
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8. 35 9. Heat sensing visors (thermal imaging
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Unformatted text preview: camera and sensors). 10. 4 minutes 11. 146 12. One of : life safety code introduced, building codes changed, building exit code). 13. Better exits (doors that open out even if a revolving door is present). 14. One of : power went out, low water pressure. 15. Pipes terminate with cover connected with solder that melts at 150 degrees. (anything) 16. Long ledges (or balconies). 17. Check exits, sprinklers, lower than 7 th floor. /10 /20 For more lessons, visit www.chalkbored.com...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 110 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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