CUPA-2020 Session Details

Mon, Feb 3    1pm - 2:45pm    155 of 350 seats available
M-C2   UST
Location   SEQUIOA-B
Credits      REHS: 2  ICC: 2
This session will explore the difficulties and solutions relative to Line Leak Detector requirements on Emergency Generators.
A look at the requirements for Line Leak Detectors on Emergency Generator systems, and an opportunity to discuss with manufacturers, various approaches to solving issues through their product offerings. Discussion will include meeting CA Fire Code, as well as State and Federal code and regulation.
Greg Stevens, LAFD CUPA Plan Check
Inspector II/Paramedic

Greg Young
Vaporless Manfacturing, Inc.

Matt Schuessler
Franklin Fueling

John Covington, State Water Board

EVO Electronic Line Leak Detection for Emergency Generators

Explains all aspects of new "generator-compliant" electronic line leak detection for critical facilities using the Franklin EVO550 or EVO5000 tank gauges, where 3 GPH gross test can trigger alarm notification only, rather than automatic, unavoidable positive shutdown of STPs.

Franklin Fueling Systems Product Spotlight -