Fire Protection Systems
This online engineering PDH course provides information on the different types of fire protection systems and presents guidelines for periodic inspection and maintenance procedures of these systems.
Fire protection systems are designed to extinguish fires as quick as possible to prevent the loss of lives and property. When fire suppression systems are installed, the system would control, put out any fire that may result and signal the fire department. However, in the absence of similar systems, any building could be severely damaged or completely destroyed before the fire department could respond.
There are several types of fire protection systems. Each system is designed to serve in specific locations and has its unique components and functioning characteristics. And in order to ensure that these systems are safe and reliable, periodic inspection and maintenance of their components is required.
This 4 PDH online course is applicable to engineers who are interested in learning more about fire protection systems and the inspection and maintenance procedures for a safe and a reliable performance.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Familiarizing with the general features of fire protection systems
- Learning about the different types of automatic sprinkler systems and their characteristics
- Understanding the placement and distribution of components along the system networks
- Understanding the inspection and maintenance requirements of various components
- Learning about the practicality and characteristics of gaseous extinguishing systems
- Gaining a general overview of dry chemical extinguishing systems
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