NFPA standards

NFPA standards

NFPA, published by the American National Fire Protection Association, address safety and protection against fire and hazards related to electricity. With over 300 codes and standards, NFPA comprehensively covers all aspects of fire prevention, safety, and requirements for the construction and design of firefighting tools and equipment, aiming to minimize the likelihood and effects of fire.

NFPA’s standardization process, initiated in 1896 by a small group of experts, seeks to eliminate discrepancies in the design and installation of sprinkler fire protection systems. With more than 250 technical committees comprised of nearly 8,000 volunteer experts responsible for approval, development, and updates, NFPA codes and standards serve as a reference used by all organizations.

Compared to other international firefighting standards, NFPA standards exhibit high capability and are universally recognized as a primary reference by all organizations. These standards cover various aspects, including fire pumps, sprinkler systems, firefighting system piping, safety guidelines, types of extinguishing systems, handling flammable materials, and many other topics.

These standards have a broad scope and are applicable in industries dealing with combustible and flammable materials, such as oil, gas, petrochemicals, powerplants, fuel tanks, and various industrial, commercial, and residential spaces.

1. Design, supply, and implementation of automatic fire alarm systems based on NFPA 72 standards.
2. Design, supply, and implementation of automatic water-based fire suppression systems (Sprinkler) according to NFPA 13 standards.
3. Design, supply, and implementation of automatic gas fire suppression systems based on NFPA 2001 standards.
4. Design and supply of fire-resistant doors according to NFPA 80 standards.
5. Supply of various handheld fire extinguishers based on NFPA 10 standards.
6. Design and supply of smoke control systems based on NFPA 92 standards.
7. Inspection, testing, maintenance, and repair of water-based fire suppression systems according to NFPA 25 standards.