SFPE Fire Service Webinar: Fire Service Considerations with Lithium-Ion Battery ESS – An Investigation of the Surprise, AZ Incident - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi everyone, thanks so much for participating in today's webinar. A big thanks to our speakers, Stephen Kerber and Mark McKinnon, and our very own Chris Jelenewicz, SFPE Technical Director, for moderating. We also appreciate the support of our Fire Service Special Interest Group for sponsoring this webinar series.Please make sure to submit any questions for our speakers into the question and answer pane, and utilize this chat to interact with other attendees. Question and answer will take place at the end of this webinar. We hope that you find value in today's presentation!
I live in Brazil and Fire Department don’t have a stand for fire protection systems for battery store. Which stander can we use?
Lee Teck Weng
Is it important for the fire fighters to know the battery state of charge ?
NFPA's primary standard is NFPA 855.
Lee, the relative state of charge is merely interesting when we are mitigating and protecting the area. A thermal runaway will produce the same problems for us regardless of the state of charge.
FM Global Data Sheet 5-33, is their standard and these are available on their website free of charge.
Data centers are looking at Li Ion for UPS systems
Thanks for information
what about Vanadium redox Batteries
Lee Teck Weng
Thank you to the organiser and to Matt Cottini for the advice.
which seem to be a safer technoloigy in case of fires
Chris J. unfortunately I was late in attending. How and when can be get the recording of this session? Thanks
Great informative webinar
Me too. Unfortunately I was late in attending. How and when can be get the recording and trainer this session? Thanks
Thank You UL and SFPE