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 16858 M26 - Commissioning of Smoke Control Systems - A Multi·Discipline Approach $15.00   
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Commissioning of Smoke Control Systems — A Multi-Discipline Approach
Track(s): Building & Life Safety, Detection & Notification

John Kampmeyer
, Triad Fire Protection Engineering Corp.

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The purpose of commissioning is to determine the interoperability of fire protection systems. Nothing illustrates this better than the commissioning of smoke control systems, which require correct operation of HVAC, electrical, fire alarm, building automation, and sprinkler systems. In order to have a properly operating system, it is first necessary for each subsystem to be individually commissioned and then the system tested as a whole. Testing involves confirmation of system operation as well as measurement of airflows, pressures, and other operating parameters. Learn more about these important tests during this session.

John Kampmeyer:
DREXEL UNIVERSITY. BSME, MSME PE - PA, NY, CT, NJ, DE, GA, VA, MD, IN, NCEES - NSPE Life Fellow - NFPA Smoke Management Committee - NFPA 5000 TCC - Commissioning TC - Section Editor Chapter 18.05 NFPA Fire Protection Handbook - ASHRAE Life Fellow - SFPE Professional Member - ASME Life Member EXPERIENCE• 49 years experience In fire protection, HVAC and mechanical engineering, consulting and design for Industrial, petrochemical, commercial, residential, and governmental facilities. Extensive experience In commissioning of fire protection systems, particularly smoke control systems which has been his major Involvement over the past 5 years.


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