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2012 International Codes and References

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  1. 2012 International Fire Code®

    2012 International Fire Code®

    The IFC contains regulations to safeguard life and property from fires and explosion hazards. Topics include general precautions, emergency planning and preparedness, fire department access and water supplies, automatic sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, special hazards, and the storage and use of hazardous materials.

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  2. Significant Changes to the International Fire Code®, 2012 Edition

    Significant Changes to the International Fire Code®, 2012 Edition

    With one easy-to-use resource, you can get all the information you need to understand the most critical updates to the 2012 International Fire Code®, the impact of those changes, and their origins. Significant Changes to the International Fire Code®, 2012 Edition analyzes approximately 90 new or revised provisions in the 2012 IFC®. These requirements cover a broad range of subjects, including construction requirements for ambulatory health care occupancies, emergency responder radio coverage, fire protection system requirements for educational occupancies, fire service access elevators, building means of egress, hazardous materials, and more. Each change analysis contains the affected code sections and includes information to help identify if the text is new language, a modification of existing language, or if text has been deleted. The changes are also listed alongside illustrations or concrete examples, in an effort to bring the technical jargon of the code into a real-world setting.

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  3. Building Code Basics: Fire, Based on the 2012 International Fire Code (Cover Image)

    Building Code Basics: Fire, Based on the 2012 International Fire Code

    The Building Code Basics: Fire, Based on the 2012 International Fire Code® (IFC®) breaks down the code in an easy to read and understand format. This straightforward, focused approach introduces code requirements with non-code language, allowing readers to gain confidence in their understanding of the material. The book focuses on the basics of the fire code requirements for controlling ignition sources and fire hazards, fire department access to buildings, building uses and processes, fire protection and life safety systems, special processes and uses and hazardous materials.

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  4. 2012 IFC® Code and Commentary

    2012 IFC® Code and Commentary

    A practical tool that helps you to master the code you deal with every day!

    This comprehensive publication provides a convenient reference for regulations in the 2012 International Fire Code® (IFC®).

    Presented in an easy-to-reference format the commentary includes the full text of the code, including tables and figures, followed by corresponding commentary at the end of each section in one document. Every chapter begins with "General Comments" and "Purpose" sections followed by code and commentary to subsequent sections, tables and figures.

    This in-depth publication focuses on providing the full meaning and implications of the 2012 IFC®. The commentaries are designed to suggest the most effective method of application, and the consequences of not adhering to the code.

    This is an excellent reference for code officials, engineers, architects, inspectors, plans examiners, contractors and anyone who needs a better understanding of the 2012 IFC®.

    A limited supply on CD-ROM is available.

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    As low as: $118.00

  5. 2012 International Fire Code Study Companion

    2012 International Fire Code Study Companion

    The 2012 IFC Study Companion is a comprehensive self-study guide for the 2012 International Fire Code® (IFC®). It provides a comprehensive review of the provisions in the 2012 IFC, including study sessions on fire protection systems, means of egress, and fire department access and water supply. Other topics include special occupancies and operations such as flammable finishes or motor vehicle fuel-dispensing, as well as hazardous materials such as compressed gases, cryogenic fluids, aerosols and oxidizers.

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