Nev. Admin. Code § 477.222 - "Standpipe system" defined

"Standpipe system" means an arrangement of piping, valves, hose connections and related equipment installed in a building or structure with the hose connections located in such a manner that water can be discharged in streams and spray patterns through attached hoses and nozzles, for the purposes of extinguishing a fire and protecting a building or structure, its contents and its occupants. A standpipe system may be connected to a system which supplies water, or uses pumps, tanks or other equipment necessary to provide an adequate supply of water to the hose connections. For the purposes of this chapter, a standpipe system which is used in combination with an automatic fire sprinkler system retains its characterization as a standpipe system.


Nev. Admin. Code § 477.222
Added to NAC by St. Fire Marshal, eff. 2-17-94

NRS 477.030

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