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Re: NFPA issues warning about antifreeze in residential sprinklers

Jim wrote:
> On Jul 14, 1:52 am, Frank Kurz<t...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
>> On 13/07/2010 5:21 AM, nick markowitz wrote:
>>> http://www.nfpa.org/newsReleaseDetails.asp?categoryid=488&itemId=4804...
>> A copy of Stephen Hart's report on this tragedy can be accessed athttp://www.firetechs.net/library/FireReports/TruckeeSprinklerReport.pdf.
> So the NFPA is saying it's OK to walk the narrow line between having a
> substance in a sprinkler system that will stop the water from freezing
> but just "might" explode if it's not maintained properly?
> ( Golly gee whiz..... I wonder how many systems are not maintained
> properly?  Oh well, they just might explode and kill someone. And if
> they do ......  it'll be their own damn fault. Would someone please
> pass the grits?)
> If so, it really confirms my suspisions about them being just another
> good ol boys club mostly intent on finding out where the next annual
> Junket is going to be.

I think a class action lawsuit is in order here...

Jim Rojas
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