Or.., what if it's the panel on fire??

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On Feb 2, 2018 12:05 PM, Michael Goodis <m...@keyfps.com> wrote:
I have to agree with Matt here.  If it is with-in 18” below the sprinklers it 
is considered an obstruction, if it is just under the piping, it does not allow 
for the water pattern to properly form to cover the room as the sprinklers are 


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From: Sprinklerforum [mailto:sprinklerforum-boun...@lists.firesprinkler.org] On 
Behalf Of Matthew J Willis
Sent: Friday, February 2, 2018 1:40 PM
To: Forum <sprinklerforum@lists.firesprinkler.org>; b...@firebyknight.com
Subject: Re: Shield for electrical equipment

I still sleeve pipe because I disagree with the shield allowance. To me it is 
an obstruction
For your case, I would defer that to electrical folks as we do not know their 
requirements per se.

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On Feb 2, 2018 11:36 AM, Bob 
<b...@firebyknight.com<mailto:b...@firebyknight.com>> wrote:
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

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