Maximum protection area per sprinkler:
|Hazard Classification||Ceiling and Sidewall Construction||Maximum Protected Area|
|Light||Standard pendent and upright sprinklers||Unobstructed||225||20.9|
|Non combustible obstructed||225||20.9|
|Standard sidewall sprinklers||Combustible finish||120||11.1|
|Ordinary||Standard pendent and upright sprinklers||All||130||12.1|
|Standard sidewall sprinklers||Combustible finish||80||7.4|
|Noncombustible or limited combustible finish||100||9.3|
|Extra||Standard pendent and upright sprinklers||All||100||9.3|
|High-piled||Standard pendent and upright sprinklers||All||100||9.3|
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