Design Training in MEP System

Design Training Fire Fighting Systems

Dynatech’s Fire Fighting Design Course is a specialized program that focuses on imparting essential knowledge and skills required for designing effective fire protection and suppression systems. This comprehensive course aims to train participants in designing fire safety systems that comply with local and international fire codes and standards. The training courses in Dynatech are handled by experienced industry professionals who have extensive experience and knowledge on the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of fire protection systems.

Course content

a. Basics and Concept of Fire

     1. Fire Triangle

     2. Chemistry of Fire

b. Hydraulics Basic

c. Types of Fire Fighting systems

     1. Sprinkler System

     2. Hydrants and Standpipe system

     3. Water Spray System

     4. Foam System

     5. Halon System

     6. CO2 System

     7. Dry and Wet Chemical System

d. Fire codes, standards, and regulations

     1. NFPA, NBC, FSAI Codes

     2. British Standard Codes

     3. Qatar Fire Codes and Qatar Civil Defence (QCDD) Guidelines

a. Standard for the installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems as per NFPA

b. Types of Standpipe system

c. System classes and demand

d. Hose stations – Closets and Cabinets

e. Locations of Hose connections

f. Coverage Distance Between Hoses

g. Hydraulic Calculation Procedures

h. Wet Riser & Dry Riser System- Cabinet System

i. Valve selection

j. Pipe Sizing and Flow calculations

a. Applicable NFPA Standards for Sprinkler System installation in Residential or Commercial Buildings

b. Types of sprinklers such as Dry pipe sprinkler, Wet Pipe, Pendent type, Deluge Etc.,

c. Pipe Sizing Calculation and Hydraulic calculation fundamentals

d. Water supply analysis

e. Sump Capacity Calculation

f. Over Head Tank Capacity Calculation

g. Types of pipes, Sprinkler flow calculation and sprinkler coverage distance

h. Fire Hazards and Sprinkler Layout design

i. Installation Procedure

a. Hydraulic calculations for fire extinguisher systems

b. Fire Extinguisher types and selection

c. Portable Fire Extinguishers

d. Fire extinguisher system layout design

e. Types of approvals

f. Installation procedure and Distance to maintain

a. Design and Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection as per NFPA Standards

b. Types of Fire pump sets

c. Fire Pump Selection criteria – Diesel Pump, Electrical Pump, Jockey Pump

d. Pump Head loss calculation and Pump flow calculation

e. Pump Capacity calculation

f. Booster pump Capacity calculation

g. Net positive suction head (NPSH) Calculation

h. Pump Room Sizing

i. Valve selection – Suction side and Discharge side

j. Pressure gauges and switches

k. Hydraulic and Pipe sizing calculations

l. Affinity Laws – Predicting Pump Performance after speed of rotation or impeller diameter change

m. Pump Curve and System Curve

n. Installation and Maintenance procedure

a. Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems as per NFPA

b. Agent quantity calculation at Minimum Hazard Temperature

c. Determine tank size, numbers and fill density

d. Concentration at maximum Temperature

e. Container selection

f. Nozzles – Location and Limits

g. Pipe Networks and Pipe size estimation

h. Room Integrity test

i. Flow calculation

j. Pressure Switches, Detectors and Control Panel

k. Design, Operation and Installation procedure

a. Pipe Sizing and Flow calculations

b. Deluge Valve selection

c. Mechanical and Electrical type operations

d. Tank Sizing (Foam)

e. Installation and Operation Method

a. Classifications of Fire Alarm System

b. Fire Alarm Panel selection

c. Types of sensors

d. Fire Detectors – Smoke Detector, Heat Detector, Multi sensor Detector, Flame Detector, Duct Detector

e. Coverage area of devices

f. Cable selection

g. Operation and installation procedure

a. Classifications and Selection of Public Address System

b. Panel Capacity selection

c. Battery type and calculation

d. Emergency Light, Exit Light and Watt Selection

e. Types of Speakers

f. Coverage area of devices and selection of cables

g. Operation and Installation Procedure

a. Consultant verification of FA, FF, LSP etc prior to submission of QCDD (Qatar Civil Defence) approval

b. Standard title block for drawing preparation and Drawing submission to QCCD for approval procedure.

c. QCDD Inspection File Preparation and Sampling

d. QCDD inspection procedure

e. QCDD Building Permit Renewal Procedure

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