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Classification of Occupancies.

Light Hazard Occupancies. Ordinary Hazard Occupanc


Group 1
Churches Automobile parking
Clubs Bakeries
Eaves and overhangs, Beverage manufacturing
Educational Canneries
Hospitals Dairy products
Institutional Electronic plants
Libraries, glass products manufacturing
Museums Laundries
Nursing or accomodation Restaurant service areas
Offices, showrooms
Residential
Restaurant seating areas
Theaters and auditoriums,
Unused attics

Table 14.5.2.2.1 Light Hazard Pipe Schedules

Steel
1 in. 2 sprinklers
1¼ in. 3 sprinklers
1½ in. 5 sprinklers
2 in. 10 sprinklers
2½ in. 30 sprinklers
3 in. 60 sprinklers
3½ in. 100 sprinklers
4 in. See Section 8.2

Table 14.5.2.4 Number of Sprinklers Above and Below a Ceiling

Steel
1 in. 2 sprinklers
1¼ in. 4 sprinklers
1½ in. 7 sprinklers
2 in. 15 sprinklers
2½ in. 50 sprinklers

Table 14.5.3.4 Ordinary Hazard Pipe Schedule

Steel
1 in. 2 sprinklers
1¼ in. 3 sprinklers
1½ in. 5 sprinklers
2 in. 10 sprinklers
2½ in.. 20 sprinklers
3 in. 40 sprinklers
3½ in. 65 sprinklers
4 in. 100 sprinklers
5 in. 160 sprinklers
6 in. 275 sprinklers
8 in. See Section 8.2

Table 14.5.3.5 Number of Sprinklers — Greater than 12-ft (3.7-m) Separations

Steel
2½ in. 15 sprinklers
3 in. 30 sprinklers
3½ in. 60 sprinklers

Table 14.5.3.7 Number of Sprinklers Above and Below a Ceiling

Steel
1 in. 2 sprinklers
1¼ in. 4 sprinklers
1½ in. 7 sprinklers
2 in. 15 sprinklers
2½ in. 30 sprinklers
3 in. 60 sprinklers

Table 10.10.2.1.3 Flow Required to Produce a Velocity of 10 ft/sec (3 m/sec) in Pipes

PIPE SIZE
IN mm
4 102
6 152
8 203
10 254
12 305
Table 11.2.2.1 Water Supply Requirements for Pipe Sched

Occupancy Classification Minimum Residual Pressure Required (psi)

Light hazard 15
Ordinary hazard 20

Note: For SI units, 1 gpm = 3.785 L/min; 1 psi = 0.0689 bar.

Table 11.2.3.1.1 Hose Stream Demand and Water Supply Duration Requirements for H
Occupancy
Inside Hose (gpm)
Light hazard 0.50 -100
Ordinary hazard 0.50 -100
Extra hazard 0.50 -100
For SI units, 1 gpm = 3.785 L/min.
Table 11.2.3.9.1 Dry System Water Delivery
Hazard Number of Most Remote Sprinklers Initially Open
Residential 1
Light 1
Ordinary I 2
Ordinary II 2
Extra I 4
Extra II 4
High piled 4

Haze
Pipe or Tube
Unlind Cast or Ductile Iron
Black Steel (dry system including Preaction
Black Steel Wet system including Deluge
Gulvanized All
Plastic (listed) All
Cement lined or Cast or Ductile iron
Copper Tupe or Stainless Steel

Value of C
Multiplyin Factor

Sprinkler Inlet (inch k


1l2 5.6 - 5.7
3l4 8
ccupancies.
nary Hazard Occupancies
Group 2
Cereal mills
Chemical plants — ordinary
Confectionery products
Distilleries
Dry cleaners
Feed mills
Horse stables
Leather goods manufacturing
Libraries — large stack room areas
Machine shops
Metal working
Mercantile
Paper and pulp mills
Paper process plants
Piers and wharves
Post offices
Printing and publishing
Repair garages
Resin application area
Stages
Textile manufacturing
Tire manufacturing
Tobacco products manufacturing
Wood machining
Wood product assembly

Copper
1 in.
1¼ in.
1½ in.
2 in.
2½ in.
3 in.
3½ in.
4 in.

Copper
1 in.
1¼ in.
1½ in.
2 in.
2½ in.

Copper
1 in.
1¼ in.
1½ in.
2 in.
2½ in.
3 in.
3½ in.
4 in.
5 in.
6 in.
8 in.

Separations

Copper
2½ in.
3 in.
3½ in.

Copper
1 in.
1¼ in.
1½ in.
2 in.
2½ in.
3 in.

(3 m/sec) in Pipes

FLOW RATE
gpm
390
880
1,560
2,440
3,520
ments for Pipe Schedule Sprinkler Systems

Acceptable Flow at Base of Riser


(Including Hose Stream Allowance) (gpm)
500–750
850–1500

n Requirements for Hydraulically Calculated Systems


Total Combined Inside and Outside
Hose (gpm)
100
250
500
FIGURE 11.2.3.1.5 Density/Area Curves.

Maximum Time of Water Delivery


15 seconds
60 seconds
50 seconds
50 seconds
45 seconds
45 seconds
40 seconds

Hazen-wiliams C values
C value Multiplier Table
100
0.713
Extra Hazard Occupancies
Group 1 Group 2
Aircraft hangars Asphalt saturating
Combustible hydraulic fluid use areas Flammable liquids spraying
Die casting Flow coating
Metal extruding Manufactured home
Plywood and particles Open oil quenching
Printing Plastics processing
Rubber Solvent cleaning
Saw mills Varnish and paint dipping
Textile All kind
Upholstering with plastic foams

pper
2 sprinklers
3 sprinklers
5 sprinklers
12 sprinklers
40 sprinklers
65 sprinklers
115 sprinklers
See Section 8.2

pper
2 sprinklers
4 sprinklers
7 sprinklers
18 sprinklers
65 sprinklers

pper
2 sprinklers
3 sprinklers
5 sprinklers
12 sprinklers
25 sprinklers
45 sprinklers
75 sprinklers
115 sprinklers
180 sprinklers
300 sprinklers
See Section 8.2

pper
20 sprinklers
35 sprinklers
65 sprinklers

pper
2 sprinklers
4 sprinklers
7 sprinklers
18 sprinklers
40 sprinklers
65 sprinklers

W RATE
L\S
1,476
3,331
5,905
9,235
13,323
Duration (minutes

30–60
60–90

Duration (minutes)
30
60-90
90-120
C Value
100
100
120
120
150
‫‪140‬‬
‫‪150‬‬

‫‪130‬‬ ‫‪140‬‬ ‫‪150‬‬


‫‪1.16‬‬ ‫‪1.33‬‬ ‫‪1.51‬‬

‫وفقا ا لمادة النبوب ‪ C‬معامل ضرب لمرور السائل في القطع والمحابس عند تغير قيمة المعامل‬

‫‪C value Multiplier Table‬‬


‫‪Value of C‬‬ ‫‪100‬‬ ‫‪130‬‬
‫‪Multiplyin Factor‬‬ ‫‪0.713‬‬ ‫‪1.16‬‬
‫وفقا ا لماد‬

‫‪140‬‬ ‫‪150‬‬
‫‪1.33‬‬ ‫‪1.51‬‬
Minimum Pipe Sizes (Nominal)

Pump Rating Suction1, 2 Discharge1 Relief Valve Relief Valve


gpm L/min (in.) (in.) (in.) Discharge
(in.)
25 95 1 1 0.75 1
50 189 1.5 1.25 1.25 1.5
100 379 2 2 1.5 2
150 568 2.5 2.5 2 2.5
200 757 3 3 2 2.5
250 946 3.5 3 2 2.5
300 1136 4 4 2.5 3.5
400 1514 4 4 3 5
450 1703 5 5 3 5
500 1892 5 5 3 5
750 2839 6 6 4 6
1000 3785 8 6 4 8
1250 4731 8 8 6 8
1500 5677 8 8 6 8
2000 7570 10 10 6 10
2500 9462 10 10 6 10
3000 11355 12 12 8 12
3500 13247 12 12 8 12
4000 15140 14 12 8 14
4500 17032 16 14 8 14
5000 18925 16 14 8 14

1 Actual diameter of pump flange is permitted to be different from pipe diameter.


Meter Device Number and Hose Header Supply
(in.) Size of (in.)
Hose Valves (in.)
1.25 1 — 11/2 1
2 1 — 11/2 2.5
2.5 1 — 21/2 2.5
3 1 — 21/2 2.5
3 1 — 21/2 2.5
3.5 1 — 21/2 3
3.5 1 — 21/2 3
4 2 — 21/2 4
4 2 — 21/2 4
5 2 — 21/2 4
5 3 — 21/2 6
6 4 — 21/2 6
6 6 — 21/2 8
8 6 — 21/2 8
8 6 — 21/2 8
8 8 — 21/2 10
8 12 — 21/2 10
10 12 — 21/2 12
10 16 — 21/2 12
10 16 — 21/2 12
10 20 — 21/2 12