Fire Dampers and Smoke Dampers: The Difference is Important
20 FALL 2011 AMCA INTERNATIONAL inmotion WWW.AMCA.ORG WWW.AMCA.ORG AMCA INTERNATIONAL inmotion FALL 2011 21 Fire Dampers and Smoke Dampers: The Difference is Important By JOHN KNAPP, Vice President of Air Control Solutions, Ruskin, Grandview, Mo. The most effective fire protection plans include detection, suppression and contain-
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