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MSB No. 008 Recharging of fixed fire suppression systems

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Routine maintenance of mobile equipment, fitted with fixed fire suppression systems, may necessitate the discharge and recharge of the fire suppression systems in accordance with the equipment suppliers service manuals.

In recharging a fire suppression system it is normal practice to use nitrogen bottles which contain pressures up to 25 MPa (3625 p.s.i.) whilst the design pressure of the suppression system is usually 1.2 MPa (174 p.s.i.).



Organisation:

Department of Minerals and Energy Western Australia

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Jurisdiction:

Relates to Western Australia (WA)

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Information:

PDF Document
Coverage:

Western Australia

Author:

DME-WA

Publisher:

Government of Western Australia

Published:

7 Jul 1993



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