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Lawrence R. Eichner, PE
Clean agent fire suppression systems currently protect $ billions of critical, sensitive assets worldwide, and the need is expected to experience continued growth. All design professionals should have a broad understanding of clean agents as well as general knowledge of their crucial role in fire protection applications. This online course presents an overview and comparison of the currently available clean agents since the demise of Halon 1301, and discusses the future of clean agents in fire protection with regard to environmental regulations. The course materials are based entirely on “Clean Agents in Total Flooding Applications” by Mark L. Robin PhD, International Fire Protection Magazine, August 2012.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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