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BS 9251:2005

Sprinkler systems for residential and domestic occupancies. Code of practice

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : January 2005 Replaced By : BS 9251:2014

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This British Standard provides recommendations for the design, installation, components, water supplies and backflow protection, commissioning and maintenance of fire sprinkler systems installed for use specifically in residential and domestic environments. It presumes that the sprinkler protection forms part of an integrated fire safety system.
 
Sprinkler systems provide an additional degree of protection for both life and property above smoke and/or other fire detection systems. A correctly designed and installed sprinkler system can detect and control a fire at an early stage of development and activate an alarm. Correct operation of the system will rapidly reduce the production rate of heat and smoke, allowing more time for the occupants to escape safely or be rescued.
 
Available now, BS 9251:2005 Sprinkler systems for residential and domestic occupancies. Code of practice tells you all you need to know about sprinkler system maintenance. It’s a safety must-have.

It replaces DD 251:2000, which has been withdrawn. 




Standard NumberBS 9251:2005
TitleSprinkler systems for residential and domestic occupancies. Code of practice
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 January 2005
Withdrawn Date31 October 2014
Cross ReferencesBS 21, BS 476, BS 5839-6, BS 6700, DD 252, BS EN 1057, BS EN 12259-1, BS EN 29453, ISO 9453, ISO 7-1, ISO 65, BS 1710:1984, BS 5306-2:1990, BS EN 12845:2003, BS EN ISO 9001:2000, Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations 2000, Water Supply (Water Quality) (Scotland) Regulations 2001, Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002, Building Regulations 2000, Building Standards Scotland 1990, Building Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, BS 864-2:1983, BS EN 54, BS EN 1254, NFPA 13, NFPA 13D, NFPA 13R, UL 199, UL 1626
Replaced ByBS 9251:2014
ReplacesDD 251:2000
DescriptorsFire sprinklers, Firefighting equipment, Firefighting, Fire safety, Fire safety in buildings, Domestic, Design, Installation, Maintenance, Houses, Flats, Mobile buildings, Siting, Commissioning, Components, Water supply, Flow rates, Ratings, Temperature, Colour codes, Alarm systems, Valves, Pipes, Pipe fittings, Leak tests, Flow measurement, Technical documents, Instructions for use, Inspection, Records (documents), Mathematical calculations, Length
ICS13.220.20
CommitteeFSH/18/2
ISBN0 580 44816 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages28
File Size638.2 KB
Price£164.00


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