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Fire Hydrants Get First Major Redesign in 100 Years

Posted on: August 11, 2017

Could the hydrant of the future be coming soon to your neighborhood? A former New York City firefighter set out to bring hydrants into the 21st century, taking on some of today’s most common concerns. Traditional hydrants break, leak, and freeze, sometimes cost people their lives. The New Sigelock Spartan is designed to be tamper-proof…

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Warmer Weather Means Fire Sprinkler Trip Testing Time

Posted on: August 11, 2017

It seemed like spring would never come to New England, but warmer weather is finally here. This means it is time for FPT to make its annual round of sprinkler trip testing of dry sprinkler systems. Have you ever wondered what this annual safety check is all about? Dry sprinkler systems contain pressurized air rather…

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Fire sprinkler system stops fire before It’s out of control

Posted on: August 11, 2017

Fire sprinkler system stops fire & saves building. In Sioux Falls, Iowa a fire sprinkler system helped contain what could have been a much larger fire last.  Sioux Falls Fire Rescue responded to a structure fire at this three-story business and apartment building in downtown Sioux Falls around 4:30 AM Sunday.  Firefighters said the fire started in…

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Officials defend fire sprinklers after controversial document

Posted on: August 11, 2017

By Amelia Pak-Harvey LOWELL — Fire officials are coming to the defense of sprinklers after a controversial state document raised questions on the cost and effectiveness of sprinkler and smoke-detection systems. The white paper, drafted for the state’s Board of Building Regulations and Standards, says Massachusetts has more fire-protection requirements than any other New England…

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