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Antifreeze System Modification Options for Fire ProtectionTelgian fire protection expert Troy Wiltbank will present a Fire Smarts “Antifreeze System Modification Options for Fire Protection” online training opportunity on August 12, 2021 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Eastern. This course will explore the new changes to the use of antifreeze in fire sprinkler systems following NFPA’s updated guidance to limit its use.

During the webinar, Wiltbank will provide an explanation of antifreeze systems in fire protection, as well as the current limitations in place. This includes addressing the required removal or modification of existing antifreeze systems by September 30, 2022.

The presentation will also cover UL testing of new antifreeze solutions and the approved listed solutions that comply with current NFPA requirements.

At the conclusion of the webinar, participants will be able to understand where and why antifreeze is used, understand UL testing of new antifreeze solutions, describe limitations of modern antifreeze products for the design and maintenance of fire protection systems and explain the approach of required removal and modifications of legacy antifreeze systems.

Wiltbank has more than 23 years in the fire protection industry with a focus on foam suppression applications for both Class A and B hazards. He has extensive experience including projects for Fuel Storage Terminals, Hazardous Waste Treatment, Computer Chip Manufacturing and the Aviation Industry. He also conducts training and consulting throughout the country with his extensive knowledge of NFPA codes and standards related to flammable liquids including NFPA 11, 16, 30, 409 and 418.

Telgian Engineering & Consulting, Troy WiltbankFor additional information or to register for “Antifreeze System Modification Options for Fire Protection” webinar, please visit Fire Smarts.

Media and Interview Inquiries:

Susan McNeill

Telgian Holdings, Inc.


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