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Fire Pump Commissioning Class

  • Thursday, October 06, 2022
  • 08:00 - 13:00
  • UA Local 699 - South Seattle College - Georgetown Campus
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  • Includes lunch and certificate. Registration fee is non-refundable.

Fire Pump Commissioning Class

Presented by UA Local 699

October 6, 2022

South Seattle College- Georgetown Campus 6737 Corson Avenue South - Building B102, Seattle, 98108

08:00-13:00hrs


Cost $25.00

(Includes Certificate and Lunch)


The primary focus of this class will be what to expect and look for during a fire pump commissioning test.


Course Outline This presentation will provide a description of NFPA 20 Fire Pump Testing, key items to look for during installation approval, and how a flow curve is built.

  • Understanding NFPA 20 requirements for final testing of a fire pump.
  • How to identify proper installation of a fire pump and its accessories.
  • How to flow a fire pump and build a flow curve.

Class will be limited to a maximum of 12 attendees.


ICC credit will be issued.


Special Instructions:

There will be a small amount of classroom time to start and then the remainder out in the shop. Dress should be appropriate duty uniform and duty boots to avoid wet feet.


Class Contact: Scott Peterson Local 699 - scott@ualocal699.org


Instructors:

Steve Miller - Training Director for UA Local 699's apprenticeship. Steve oversees 8 additional instructors and 150 apprentices.


Colin Fowler - General Foreman. Instructor for UA Local 699 for 22 years has taken several NFPA 20 courses including the new code. Colin also holds a UA Star Mastery certification.


Ricky Campbell - Business agent for UA Local 699 Sprinkler Fitters. Instructor at UA Local 699 Sprinkler Fitters. Past service foreman at McKinstry Fire

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