As a fire extinguishing specialist, this information is important!
3 new CEA guidelines have just been published in March 2019.
They deal with the rules for the design and installation of CO2 extinguishing systems, non-liquefied inert gases and halocarbon gases.
Within Insurance Europe (the European reinsurance federation), the Prevention Forum brings together experts (including ANPI) to jointly develop regulations and guidelines for fire protection. Its way of working allows to follow the technological evolution and integrate it quickly into guidelines frames.
Any installer, designer, design office, insurer and prevention officer in charge of new gas extinguishing installations must own them.
• CEA 4007 - CO2 - Fire extinguishing systems - Guidelines for Fire Extinguishing Systems - Planning and Installation (March 2019)
• CEA 4008 - Fire extinguishing systems using non-liquefied inert gases - Guidelines for Fire Extinguishing Systems - Planning and Installation (March 2019)
• CEA 4045 - Fire extinguishing systems using halocarbon gases - Guidelines for Fire Extinguishing Systems - Planning and Installation (March 2019)
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