NFPA-555-2013: Guide on Methods for Evaluating Potential for Room Flashover
Enhance life safety and property protection using the most current methods for determining flashover risks in NFPA 555.
With the growing application of equivalency concepts and performance-based designs, ensuring fire safety by evaluating the potential for room flashover, or full involvement during a fire, becomes an increasingly important task for the engineer and authority having jurisdiction.
The 2013 NFPA 555: Guide on Methods for Evaluating Potential for Room Flashover contains up-to-date references throughout the document and provides the latest methods for evaluating the potential for room flashover from fire involving the contents, furnishings, and interior finish of a room.
Methods addressed in NFPA 555 include:
- Prevention of ignition
- Installation of automatic fire suppression systems
- Control of ventilation factors
- Limitation of the heat release rate of individual and grouped room contents, furnishings, and interior finish
Order today for fire prevention and fire protection based on the industry benchmark. (Softbound, 32 pp., 2013)