Obstructions to Heat and Sprinkler Spray Discharge

  • September 05, 2012
  • 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Hotel - Westminster, CO


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“Obstructions to Heat and Sprinkler Spray Discharge”

John Hulett (Corporate Design Manager, Western States Fire Protection Co.)

The emphasis of this presentation is on the interrelation between types of construction and obstructions to spray pattern development for standard sprinklers.  Many graphic pictures are provided to keep this dry topic lively. 

John L. Hulett is the Corporate Design Manager for Western States Fire Protection Co.with 27 years of experience in the fire protection contracting industry.  After his honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps, John got his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Education and Technology from Western State College in Gunnison while teaching skiing at Crested Butte.  John has specialized in large and complex fire protection projects and is currently certified by Chemguard and Ansul for foam systems.  John is NICET IV as a fire sprinkler layout technician.  Additionally John is a principal on the NFSA Engineering and Standards Committee, a principal on NFPA-3, NFPA -4, alternate on NFPA-14, and an alternate on NFPA-20. 

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