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#41618 - 09/01/04 10:17 AM 1 hr fire rating  
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I,VE BEEN ASKED TO SOME FIRE ALARM IN A 1 HR RATING,ANY IDEA IF RIGID CONDUIT WILL PROVIDE THIS.
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#41619 - 09/01/04 10:49 AM Re: 1 hr fire rating  
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Don,t know what i was thinking it,s the wire in the conduit that has to be 1 hr rated.


#41620 - 09/01/04 01:30 PM Re: 1 hr fire rating  
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I thought the requirement for fire alarm survivability was 2 hour, not 1. Either way, you are correct, the conduit (regardless of type) will only give you about 20 minutes.


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