Recently two members of our engineering department have received NICET certifications in the area of Fire Protection Engineering Technology Water-Based Systems Layout. Congratulations on your achievements to Mr. Quincy Lau Level III, ET (Engineering Technician, November 2011) and Mr. Scott Pugsley Level IV, SET (Senior Engineering Technician, January 2012)
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Engineering department staff attend continuing education seminars: Knowing that our flows and pressures are the driving force behind many of the costs associated with installing our systems the engineering and design staff continue to seek out courses to improve and reinforce the calculation principles needed. During the fall of 2011, four staff members attended a NFSA technical seminar to address Sprinkler system hydraulics.
Classic Fire Protection is proud to have been involved with Stellar homes during the construction, and installation of a NFPA 13D system within the home of Mr. Rick Berwick, President of the Classic Fire Protection Inc. This project was completed with the use of both concealed pendant and concealed sidewall sprinkler heads, and included a self-contained water supply and fire pump system.
Congratulations to Scott Pugsley for recently being appointed to the NFPA Technical Committee for Residential Sprinkler Systems (NFPA 13R/D) For more information see:
Classic Fire Protection is proud to have been involved with Estate Homes during the construction, and installation of a NFPA 13D system within the home of Mr. John Galt, President of the Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association. This project was completed with the use of both concealed pendant and concealed sidewall sprinkler heads with complete support and approval of the local building and fire department.
In April Scott Pugsley was selected to be a team member of the CASA – Eastern Canada team during the NFSA -Top Tech competition in Baltimore, Maryland. Great work in representing the “East” for the Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association. For more information see the link below:
CASA and NFSA Publications
Classic Fire Protection is proud to have been involved with Mayfair Construction Management during the renovation of this Century home. A full NFPA 13D system was installed within the home of Mr. Jay Heller, Vice-President of the LynCar Products Ltd. This project was completed with the use of several different styles of sprinkler heads to compliment the home’s interior. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Heller on the completion of a wonderful home. For more information see the link below:
CASA Notes Publication
Engineering group and sprinkler operations staff attend continuing education seminars: With an eye to the future, Classic Fire Protection believes strongly in keeping our customers safe and protected with the best and most cost effective systems available. In February, nine staff members attended a NFSA technical seminar to address NFPA 33 (Spray applications using flammable and combustible materials).
The Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association’s Ontario Regional Group appoints Mr. Scott Pugsley to be a member of the National Technical Committee as an Ontario Regional Group representative. Scott Pugsley works within our sales/estimating and engineering divisions for sprinkler systems. Scott joins the Technical Committee with over 19 years of experience in the industry in contract sales, manufacturing sales, design and project management.
Interested in preventative maintenance that works? Consider contacting Classic Fire Protection to obtain our free “cold weather prep” fact sheets that outline recommended preventative maintenance and measures that can be done now to lessen the impacts of our pending Canadian winters on your sprinkler system. Please contact email@example.com for further information.