This introductory module has been designed to teach attendees the process of hydraulically calculating a fire sprinkler system. Using the 2019 edition of NFPA 13 as a guide, the participants will systematically learn the methods allowed by NFPA 13 for calculating systems, determining remote areas and how to apply each method based on hazard classification, water supplies and the main formulas that are used in the calculating process. There will also be an in-depth discussion about how to check hazard and commodity classifications. More than half of this class will be hands on so each participant should have scratch paper and a scientific calculator available.
6 Hour of Continuing Education
Instructor: Steven Scandaliato
This course is approved for:
- Vermont T3 – Fire Sprinkler
- The licensee must personally spend a minimum of 6 hours on the coursework.
When you are in a lesson, you must spend the required time in the lesson before you will be permitted to proceed to the next page. If you need to take a break, you can do so in between each lesson.
The lessons are set to a minimum time but you can take as much time as you need beyond that. Don’t rush through the material in the lessons and feel free to take notes.