NFPA 110 Safety Standard

NFPA 110 is the safety standard that covers the performance requirements for emergency and standby power systems. NFPA 110 focuses on the importance of an alternative power source being present in buildings and other facilities in case the main electrical power source fails. The standard covers a many parts of the power supply infrastructure: power generation sources, transfer equipment, controls, supervisory equipment and accessories.

NFPA 110 offers suppliers a documented assessment illustrating the necessary performance requirements to meet the proposed guidelines during design and installation.

 

IPU’s Engine Starting Division

IPU’s engine starting division has worked with various industry sectors including oil and gas, transport, military, marine and mining. IPU’s engine starting division is continually improving starting systems to enhance safety and product reliability. By adhering to the standards laid out in NFPA 20 and 110, IPU ensure all engine starting applications are built to the highest standard.

Our range of starting systems include:

 

What is the NFPA?

The NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) is the world’s leading advocate for fire prevention. Established in 1896, the NFPA‘s mission is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and related hazards to protect the quality of life. The NFPA is an authoritative source on public safety and have developed and published more than 300 consensus codes and standards. The published documentation is intended to raise the awareness of fire prevention and to minimize the possibility and effects of fire-related hazards.