Smoke Control System First to Be Approved by UL
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Honeywell company, of Northford,
Conn., announces that its E3 Series expandable emergency evacuation
reportedly the first to be approved by UL for controlling smoke
building/structure per the new ninth edition of UL code 864. The E3
now be installed to work in conjunction with nondedicated HVAC
form a system for controlling the flow of smoke in a building during a
condition. The unit uses compartmentalization and pressurization to
control smoke within a building.
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