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CLICK HERE view the recording of the Major Changes in the 2014 Edition of NFPA 25. Note: You must complete the required fields in order to access the file via Citrix.

NFPA 25: Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-based Fire Protection Systems, has undergone significant changes as a result of the latest code revision cycle. This webinar, the first in a series that will examine major changes in the 2014 edition of NFPA 25, focuses on the updated requirements in Chapter 14, now called Assessment of Internal Condition of Piping.

Who Should Attend:

Facility directors and managers, building owners, consulting engineers, Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs), and other professionals involved with the inspection, testing and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems.

What You'll Learn:

  • The differences between an internal inspection and an assessment of the internal condition of sprinkler system piping.
  • The different types of corrosion and how each can affect the condition of a fire protection system.
  • The multiple methods for performing an assessment that are outlined in Annex A.
  • How to decide the appropriate method for performing an assessment of the internal condition of sprinkler system piping.
  • What a laboratory analysis of water samples report indicates.

A Certificate of Attendance will be issued to all participants.

Meet Your Presenters:

Terry Victor, National Manager of Sprinkler Business Processes at Tyco SimplexGrinnell, has over 40 years of technical experience in the sprinkler industry. He serves on various industry boards, including a multitude of NFPA technical committees as well as key NFSA committees.

Josh Tihen is the Corrosion Solutions Product Manager at Potter Electric Signal Company. A chemical engineer, he is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Chemical Society, and the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE), serving on its Building Fire Protection Systems Corrosion Committee.


Tyco SimplexGrinnell