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  • Can dust trigger the discharge of a functional FM-200 fire suppression system?

    Can dust trigger the discharge of a functional fm-200 fire suppression system?

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  • Inergen release associated with acute hard drive failure rate. What effect causes the damage?

    From at least three incidents in different parts of the world over the last two years, it is clear that Inergen fire suppression release, whether event driven or maintenance misshap; causes some effect that kills hard drives. Who has done testing to determine what effect is at fault? The agent...

    EeektheMad35 pointsBadges:
  • Damage caused by FM-200 Fire Supression Systems

    What damage would be caused to equipment and data within a typical server room by the activation of a gas based Fire Suppression System such as the FM200 and what is the likelihood of it being inadvertently activated?

    Dougdon5 pointsBadges:
  • NFPA 75 update comparisons

    A SearchDataCenter.com reader wrote in with this question: What are the main differences between NFPA 75 1999 Edition and NFPA 75 2003 Edition that would impact the protection design and installation of fire suppression systems as well impact the facility operator?

    Leah Rosin575 pointsBadges:
  • FE-25 vs FM-200 fire suppression

    If I have to choose between an FE-25 based fire supression system or one using the more common FM-200 why would I choose one over the other? Which one is superior in a data center application?

    Dwreid5 pointsBadges:
  • FM200

    What kind of gas used in FM200 system

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  • Applicability and storage tanks for FM-200 (2 questions)

    How much square footage would need to be dedicated to the tanks and infrastructure of the FM-200 system for 100,000 square foot facility? Is the FM-200 system even applicable in this instance with such a large amount of space? Thanks!

    Colosalesguy5 pointsBadges:
  • Data center fire suppression — what do you use?

    What do you use as your method of data center fire suppression? Water-based? Waterless agents? What led you to your decision?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • How is the FM-200 Fire Suppression System activated upon a fire?

    how is the fm200 activated upon a fire?

    Cp175 pointsBadges:
  • FM-200 sub floor or above floor in the data center

    We are planning on installing a fire suppression system in our data center and was curious if anyone has had experiences using FM-200 in the sub floor and above floor. Thanks

    ITKE347,940 pointsBadges:
  • HFC 125 vs FM 200 performance

    A SearchDataCenter reader wrote in with this question: What is the difference in the performace of hfc227 compared with HFC 125 in the same application? What are the disadvantages of HFC 125 compared to HFC227(FM200)?

    Leah Rosin575 pointsBadges:
  • fm200 fire suppression in the data center

    how well sealed does the data centre have to be for the fm200 system to be effective

    Powerpete5 pointsBadges:
  • FM200 puging system

    how we calculate the flow rate of the exhasut fan required to purge the FM200 from a room after it's activation?

    Wassim5 pointsBadges:
  • Height limit for FM200 systems?

    Is there a height limit when installing an FM200 system. I have noted in my research that many have stated a 12 foot maximum ceiling height, but I am unable to determine if this is across the board.

  • NFPA version used by states

    I am on a team which writes data center standards for our multi-state firm. Do you know of an on-line resource to verify which version of NFPA 70 (the NEC) is presently adopted for use, by state?

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