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 Do exit doors need to be fire rated?

Answer Exit doors need to be fire rated. For a building with three or fewer floors, the exit doors should be fire rated for one hour. For more floors, they should have a two-hour fire resistance rating.So... Read More »
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Why are fire emergency exit lights important?

Fire emergency exit lights guide people to the nearest exit in the event of an emergency. Loss of electrical power and smoke buildup can greatly diminish visibility during a fire. Emergency exit li... Read More »
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Can I sue Loyd Grossman because of my college's fire exit policy?

GROSS -man by name & nature,go for it !(nice sauces though)
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How are fire extinguishers rated?

Fire extinguisher manufacturers use a rating system to designate the types of fires for which particular devices are best suited. Merely blasting pressurized water on a fire fails to safely battle ... Read More »
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Is rigid insulation fire rated?

According to Siplast Paratherm, rigid insulation is used mainly as a roof insulation. "It has been classified by Underwriters Laboratories as a roof insulation in many Class A roof constructions an... Read More »
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