Code Requirements

Nearly every city in the US as well as some states have adopted a version of

International Building Code and International Fire Code.

These standards specify National Fire Prevention Code 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems be followed. This website is primarily concerned with how to apply NFPA 110 from the standpoint of a field technician.

I and my staff have a combined 90 years in the field providing service and repair on many different makes and models. Our work has led us to correct errors in design, installation, engineering, and service programs.

What to do stay in compliance and avoid a tag.


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