Description of NFPA 69 2008
Head off explosions with the field's best guidance as defined in the 2008 NFPA 69.
NFPA 69 applies to the systems and equipment used for the prevention of explosions by the prevention or control of deflagrations.
The 2008 edition incorporates the following changes:
Chapters on Detection and Ignition Control and Suppression were updated and expanded. Requirements for explosion prevention control by isolation were expanded in two chapters – one on passive isolation techniques and another on active techniques. A new chapter on passive suppression using expanded metal mesh or polymer foam has also been added.
A new chapter on Installation, Inspection and Maintenance consolidates all relevant requirements in one place.
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