Your job is hard enough planning and designing a critical life-safety system, pricing and procuring materials, and coordinating your efforts with fire alarm integrators, electrical contractors, and fire protection engineers. When your project requires 2-hour pathway survivability, not only do Radix Wire’s DuraLifeTM FPL cables meet and exceed the NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code mandatory fire alarm survivability circuit requirements, additionally we offer hands-on product presentations, in-depth training, and sales / technical support.
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Are you a fire-alarm systems integrator, contractor, or fire protection engineer scouring recent revisions to the National Fire Protection Code, trying to make sense of “pathway survivability”? Which option is the least expensive and has the most installation options making your project easier to complete? Our team has more than 30 years of real-world experience from sales to customer service to product management and expert engineers. We have the answers, and we’re available to not only discuss the scope of your application with you by phone, we’ll also meet with your team to learn more about your application and help you move forward. For larger groups, we offer lunch and learn seminars and PowerPoint presentations.
Struggling with design approval, navigating the National Electric Code as it pertains to fire alarm circuit integrity, or communicating with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ)? We can solve all of those issues too!
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