Cable Fire Behavior and Testing in the Built Environment . J. Thomas Chapin, Ph.D. – Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories. Requirements National codes Local codes Standards. Building Owners & Managers. Business Continuity. AHJs (Code Enforcers) Fire chief Fire marshal Code officials.
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J. Thomas Chapin, Ph.D. – Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories
Building Owners & Managers
Manufacturers of Fire Safety & Security Equipment
Fire ServicesThe Built Environment
Indoor cable covered by NFPA 70, National Electrical Code
Telecom and energy cable installations
Flame spread, peak and average smoke OD
UL 1666 Vertical
UL 1685 Vertical
Flame spread, char, total and average smoke
Peak and average smoke
Total and average smoke (optional)
Key Conclusion – put the right cable in the right place