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FEATURES OF FIRE PROTECTION

VIFEATURES OF FIRE PROTECTION (NFPA 5000 TABLES 7.2.1.1, 7.3.2.1, 7.3.5 (a), (b), 7.3.5.5, 7.4.1)ORDINARY-HAZARD STORAGE
A CONSTRUCTION COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 7 & 8 OF NFPA 5000 REQUIRED
1 CONSTRUCTION TYPE I OR TYPE II TYPE III OR TYPE IV OR TYPE V EXTERIOR BEARING WALLS HOURLY RATINGS REQUIRED PER TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION BASED ON NFPA 5000 HEIGHT & AREA REQUIREMENTS
FRAMING, COLUMNS, BEAMS, GIRDERS, TRUSSES
FLOOR CONSTRUCTION
B COMPARTMENTATION / SUBDIVISION OF BUILDING SPACES COMPLYING WITH NFPA 101 & NFPA 5000 NO REQUIREMENTS
1 FIRE BARRIERS COMPLYING WITH NFPA 101 & NFPA 5000 REQUIRED
2 SEPARATION FROM OTHER OCCUPANCIES COMPLYING WITH NFPA 101 TABLE 6.1.14.4.1 (a), (b) REQUIRED
4 SMOKE PARTITIONS COMPLYING WITH NFPA 101 & NFPA 5000 REQUIRED
5 SMOKE BARRIERS COMPLYING WITH NFPA 101 & NFPA 5000 REQUIRED
C VERTICAL OPENINGS PROTECTION PROTECTION COMPLYING WITH NFPA CODES REQUIRED
1 COMMUNICATING SPACES COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 8 NFPA 101 PERMITTED
2 ATRIUMS COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 8 NFPA 101 PERMITTED
3 CONVENIENCE OPENINGS COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 8 NFPA 101 PERMITTED
4 SHAFTS COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 8 NFPA 101 PERMITTED
5 MEZZANINES COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 8 NFPA 101 PERMITTED
6 CONCEALED SPACES & DRAFTSTOPS COMPLYING WITH CHAPTER 8 NFPA 101 REQUIRED
  EXTERIOR & INTERIOR WALL & PARTITION FIRE STOPPED AT EACH FLOOR LEVEL, TOP STORY CEILING LEVEL & AT THE LEVEL OF SUPPORT FOR ROOFS REQUIRED
  UNOCCUPIED ATTIC SPACES DRAFTSTOPS INTO AREAS NOT EXCEEDING 280 SQM REQUIRED
  CONCEALED SPACES (CEILINGS & FLOORS) DRAFTSTOPS INTO AREAS NOT EXCEEDING 93 SQM REQUIRED
  CONCEALED SPACES (FLOORS & ROOFS) DRAFTSTOPS INTO AREAS NOT EXCEEDING 280 SQM REQUIRED

Ordinary Hazard Storage

HEIGHT & AREA ALLOWED

In accordance with NFPA 5000 Table 7.4.1 - for the allowable Building Height and Area


APPLICATIONS

WAREHOUSE / BARNS / BULK OIL STORAGE / COLD STORAGE / GRAIN ELEVATORS / FREIGHT TERMINALS / HANGARS (FOR STORAGE ONLY) / TRUCKS & MARINE TERMINALS / PARKING STRUCTURES

STORAGE OCCUPANCY - STORE AND WAREHOUSES

AN OCCUPANCY USED PRIMARILY FOR THE STORAGE OR SHELTERING OF GOODS, MERCHANDISE, PRODUCTS OR VEHICLES CHARACTERIZED BY THE PRESENCE OF RELATIVELY SMALL NUMBERS OF PERSON IN PROPORTION TO THE AREA. INCIDENTAL STORAGE IN OTHER OCCUPANCY IS EXCLUDED.

STORAGE USE OTHER THAN LOW HAZARDS

AEROSOLS, LEVEL 2 AND LEVEL 3 / AIRCRAFT HANGARS / BAGS, CLOTH, BURLAP, AND PAPER / BAMBOO AND RATTAN / BASKETS / BELTING, CANVAS AND LEATHER / BOOKS AND PAPER IN ROLLS OR PACKS / BOOTS AND SHOES / BUTTONS, INCLUDING CLOTH COVERED, PEARL, OR BONE / CARBOARD AND CARDBOARD BOXES / CLOTHING, WOODEN WEARING APPAREL / CORDAGE / FURNITURE / FURS / GLUES, MUCILAGE, PASTES AND SIZE / GRAINS / HORNS AND COMBS, OTHER THAN CELLULOID / LEATHER / LINOLEUM / LUMBER / PETROLEUM WAREHOUSES FOR STORAGE OF LUBRICATING OILS WITH A FLASH POINT OF 200 DEG F (93 DEG C) OR HIGHER / PHOTO ENGRAVINGS / RESILIENT FLOORING / SILKS / SOAPS / SUGAR / TIRES, BULK STORAGE / TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, AND SNUFF / UPHOLSTERY AND MATTRESSES / WAX CANDLES