Understand the key concepts of the Smoke Control Systems Smoke control in buildings requires a comprehensive approach integrating various building characteristics, features and systems. NFPA 92 is designed to protect life and reduce property loss by establishing requirements for the design, installation, and testing of smoke control systems used to mitigate the impact of smoke from fire.
Provisions in NFPA 92 apply to both new and retrofitted smoke containment and smoke management systems addressing topics including basic physics of smoke movement in indoor spaces, methods of smoke control, supporting data and technology, building equipment and controls, design fundamentals, calculations, stairwell pressurization systems, component and acceptance testing, and documentation.
Attend the three day NFPA 92 Smoke Control Certificate Seminar and learn the fundamentals of NFPA 92 and Smoke Control Systems.
Modules for NFPA 92 Smoke Control Systems:
- Overview and Introduction
- Functions and Components
- Design Calculations
- Computer Smoke Modeling
- Acceptance Testing
- Inspection, Testing & Maintenance
- Review & Test
- Content Exam