All fires need three elements to burn: Fuel, oxygen and a source of ignition. Consider those factors when evaluating your workplace — is it at risk for a potential fire? There are many types of fire hazards to keep in mind, and they can all result in devastating losses if not properly identified.
ASA, in cooperation with other organizations such as HARDI and AHRI, has worked diligently to ensure that proposed revisions to the International Fire Code (IFC) address the safe storage of low greenhouse gas refrigerants (A2Ls).
Anvil's broad fire protection offering together with Kennedy Valve's UL/FM product portfolio delivers customers reliable, cost-effective and innovative solutions trusted to protect people and property, the company noted.