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04/24/2014

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Jesse Schmidt

Sprinklers are NOT life safety, smoke detectors are. Perhaps monitored smoke detection which detects a fire in its beginning stages instead of a sprinkler system which requires a full engaged fire to activate, more lives would be saved. Tired of misinformation being spread for profits of sprinkler contractors. Every firefighter knows how much good a 3/4 inch line would do in a house fire...

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