Silent Knight, a division of Honeywell that manufactures fire and life safety systems, announced this week that it has expanded its tour of fire alarm technology and code seminars in the U.S.
According to a statement, each seminar covers major changes in the 2010 version of the NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code and their application to the design, installation and testing of fire alarm systems. In addition, the free half-day seminars will qualify attendees for continuing education credits and feature presentations from fire protection experts on the latest technologies.
"Over 500 architects, engineers, AHJs (Authorities Having Jurisdiction) and Silent Knight Farenhyt Distributors attended our free, educational seminars. We provided valuable information about new technologies and the latest NFPA codes and standards. The interest in the seminar was so great, many are already asking us back to present next year," said Mike Fischer, Silent Knight's vice president of sales. "I think the popularity of this seminar is due to the fact we pack a lot of new and practical information into four hours and provide both CEUs and professional development credits."
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