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DetailsC16 - A Fire protection contractor lays out, fabricates, and installs all types of fire protection systems; including all the equipment associated with these systems, excluding electrical alarm systems.
- Course Covers
1. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND LAYOUT (18%)
Read and interpret plans and specifications
Application and limitations of various types of fire protection systems
Fire sprinkler position, location, and spacing
Determining water requirements
2. DESIGN AND ESTIMATION (16%)
Standards relevant to system design
Seismic bracing requirements
3. FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM INSTALLATION (33%)
Installation of underground systems, pumps and components
Installation of overhead systems (residential and commercial)
Installation of fire suppression and specialized systems
Installation of control valves, supervisory devices, and other related components
4. TESTING, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR AND/OR REPLACE (18%)
Standards related to overhead, underground, pumps, suppression, and specialized fire protection system testing and maintenance.
Tools and methods used to test and troubleshoot systems and their components
Repairing and/or replacing components and systems
5. SAFETY (15%)
Personal Protective Equipment
Safely working in elevated areas
Safe job site practices
- Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fire Protection Contractor
Fire Protection Contractor's Exam
Properties of Water
Types of Sprinkler Systems
Health and Safety Orders
- Sample Questions
1. What events are required to activate a preaction double interlock electric pneumatic system?
a. Operation of a water flow device and drop in air pressure
b. Operation of a control valve and sprinkler head
c. Operation of a fire pull station and control valve
d. Operation of detection device and sprinkler head *
2. When should a contractor perform an underground flush test?
a. Prior to connection to the supply source, and prior to connection to the system riser
b. Prior to connection to the supply source, and after connection to the system riser
c. After connection to the supply source, and prior to connection to the system riser *
d. After connection to the supply source, and after connection to the system riser
3. According to NFPA 25, how long after installation should quick-response sprinklers be tested?
a. After 5 years
b. After 10 years
c. After 20 years *
d. After 50 years