Bob I've had to do it a few times. I usually get with the HVAC guys on the project and work with them to fabricate it. Simplest ones are like the drip pans they use for condensation on HVAC units. Definitely want to clear it with the electrical inspector first though to make sure he will accept it. The requirement is in his code, not ours.
**Please note new mailing and email addresses** Please update your records accordingly Micah Davis, SET NICET #124745 Water Based Systems Layout, Level IV Dynamic Fire Designs Mail: mi...@dynamicfire.us Mobile: 931-242-1299 www.dynamicfiredesigns.com<http://dynamicfiredesigns.com> Dynamic Fire Designs * 247 Winthrop Dr. * Spring Hill * FL * 34609 This message is confidential. It may also be privileged or otherwise protected by work product immunity or other legal rules. If you have received it by mistake, please let us know by e-mail reply and delete it from your system; you may not copy this message or disclose its contents to anyone. The integrity and security of this message cannot be guaranteed on the Internet. From: Sprinklerforum [mailto:sprinklerforum-boun...@lists.firesprinkler.org] On Behalf Of Bob Sent: Friday, February 2, 2018 12:36 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Shield for electrical equipment Has anyone installed a hood/ shield for electrical equipment? Can this be something as simple as a sheet metal pan that covers the width and depth? Suggestions, pictures, or name calling would be appreciated. Thank you, Bob Knight, CET III 208-318-3057 [FBK-LOGO-SMALL]
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