2000 Codes Affecting Hazardous Gas Monitoring

Logan T. White, P.E. (Logan T. White Engineering)

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In the year 2000, the International Fire Code was published as the culmination of an effort to develop a model code acceptable to jurisdictions throughout the United States. During the code development process, some organizations dropped out of the International Fire Code and published a 2000 edition of the Uniform Fire Code. This paper will review 2000 IFC and UFC code requirements affecting hazardous gas monitoring. Both codes reference nationally-recognized standards and call for gas detection and alarm systems to be listed or approved. This paper will outline standards that address these issues.

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