add NFPA caveat about not being a formal interpretation of NFPA or its 
technical committees

Roland Huggins, PE - VP Engineering
American Fire Sprinkler Assn.       ---      Fire Sprinklers Saves Lives
Dallas, TX
http://www.firesprinkler.org <http://www.firesprinkler.org/>

> On Oct 13, 2016, at 12:47 PM, IPA <nsfdc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I wouldn't lose any sleep over using light hazard if it's a typical wood 
> truss scenario with an airhandler and ductwork in it. 'Unused attics' are 
> light hazard. Does the presence of HVAC / ductwork make it a 'used attic'? 
> "Used" seems to imply occupants have easy access to, and routinely use, the 
> room as part of ordinary operations.
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 11:56 AM, Roland Huggins <rhugg...@firesprinkler.org 
> <mailto:rhugg...@firesprinkler.org>> wrote:

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