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Significant Changes to NFPA 20, 2019 Edition Webinar

Webinar Offered Free to All AFSA Members on May 8

Join AFSA for a free webinar “Significant Changes to NFPA 20, 2019 Edition” on May 8, 2019, 12:00–1:30 p.m. Eastern time. This webinar is offered free to all AFSA members. To register visit firesprinkler.org/webinars. 

Webinar Details Join AFSA to learn about the significant changes to the 2019 edition of NFPA 20, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection. The 2019 edition of NFPA 20 has incorporated many changes that allow fire pump manufacturers, installers, and inspection, testing, and maintenance personnel to use the latest technologies and best practices. New fire pump designs that include the use of variable speed pumps and controllers, components for vertical shaft turbine-type pumps, suction diffusers, and many other new devices are addressed. New protection schemes such as those for high-rise and very high-rise buildings are clarified. New allowances for providing remote monitoring, inspections, and testing devices are included. This webinar will outline and explain the most significant changes to this NFPA installation standard. This webinar offers 0.15 CEUs and 1.5 CPDs. To receive CEUs for this webinar you must register for a nominal fee of $35 per certificate. 

Webinar Presenter Terry Victor, senior manager of industry relations at JCI/Grinnell Fire Protection Solutions has over 46 years of technical experience in the sprinkler industry. He is NICET certified Level IV in Water-Based Systems Layout and Special Hazards Systems Layout. He serves on various industry boards and committees, is a member of the CFSI National Advisory Committee and the AFAA Codes and Standards Committee. Victor is the JCI regional coordinator for codes and standards in the U.S., chairman of the Capital Region Fire Sprinkler Association, and a member of numerous NFPA technical committees including NFPA 3, 4, 13, 13D, 13R, 14, 15, 16, 20, 25, 72, 101, 214, 303, 5000 and the Correlating Committee on Building Codes.

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