Covering End of Line Resistors.

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GlenatOTL
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Covering End of Line Resistors.

Post by GlenatOTL » Thu May 18, 2017 7:44

Hello,
About a year ago I asked if it is allowable to cover the boxes containing eol resistors in a high-rise building. In our situation this would occur if valances were installed in a hallway renovation project.
The answer was no because they need to be opened and physically inspected/tested annually. I now can't find any reference to this issue on this site. Has this rule been changed in any way?
Thanks, Glen...

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Re: Covering End of Line Resistors.

Post by FIRETEK » Sat May 20, 2017 11:35

The answer to your question is in this FAQ (which I'll update with the actual Clause reference, shortly). http://www.firetechs.net/faqs/fire_alar ... .asp#FAI33
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Re: Covering End of Line Resistors.

Post by GlenatOTL » Sat May 20, 2017 7:07

Thank you very much for your reply. I looked through faqs, but somehow missed it.
Thank you again. Glen...

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Re: Covering End of Line Resistors.

Post by FIRETEK » Sun May 21, 2017 7:45

No problem. There's a lot of them. Easy to miss... :)
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