Domestic or Residential Property? A domestic property in BS 9251:2005 is defined as dwelling that has no more than one family unit. This could be a house, individual flats and maisonettes. BS 9251:2005 requires that a sprinkler system must be designed to ensure that two sprinkler heads can be fed by...Read More
After many months of review BS9251:2014, is released and is in effect as of the 31st October 2014. This is the British Standard that gives recommendations for the design, installation, components, water supplies and backflow protection, commissioning, maintenance and testing of domestic and residential fire sprinkler systems. BS9251:2014 supersedes BS 9251:2005, which is...Read More
After review of the 2005 edition of BS9251 the review comity have made changes including altering the risk category from domestic and residential to a numbered 1, 2 and 3 classification and the maximum sprinkler head spacing is being brought more into line with the manufacturers guidelines. The changes are...Read More
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