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Answers to Confusing Fire Safety Questions

Larry Rietz of Jensen Hughes discusses component life-cycle, carbon monoxide detection, and upcoming changes to fire and life safety codes.



Waiting until a fire protection system, or even a component of that system, fails is not a smart idea. Emergency replacements always costs more than a planned replacement. Instead of waiting, managers need to be proactive with system replacements.

In this Ask The Expert: Fire Safety and Alarm Systems, Larry Rietz, Jensen Hughes’ Global Service Line Leader for Fire Detection and Alarm, offered guidance on the design, specification, installation, and ongoing maintenance best practices of fire alarms and other fire safety equipment. 

In his discussion, Larry covered the life-cycle of individual components and when to upgrade, carbon monoxide detection, and upcoming changes to fire and life safety codes. 

Watch the archive today. 

 
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