There was testing done by NRC that used standard sprinklers on windows that 
provided a rating but I don’t think they looked at doors.  
In lieu of sticking your neck out and using an alternative solution, you may 
want to look at the FireLite products.  The alternative solution may work for 
you if fire modelling is used to support your argument.  

Regards,Sean Conlin

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 5:57 PM, Jerry Van Kolken <> 

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Okay, Is been about a decade since I’ve dealt glazing protection. Is there any 
information on protecting window with standard spray sprinklers. I’ve been told 
this was direction was approved by the AHJ.


Jerry Van Kolken

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