April 9, 2014: Specifying Clean Agents

  • April 09, 2014
  • 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Hotel - Westminster, CO


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Things to Consider when Specifying a Clean Agent 


Program Overview: This presentation is from the point of view of the specifier, we discuss a bit of development history of the fire sprinkler specification, the roles the various specifying entities play, and why those roles are what and where they are today.  We cover the types of specifications currently used, offer advice and insight into proper specification preparation, and offer advice that will hopefully mitigate the hated RFI’s, RFQ’s, and change orders


Presenter:  Greg Gordon, Tyco Fire Protection Products


Greg Gordon is the Texas-based Regional Business Development Manager for Tyco Fire Suppression & Building Products. Greg began his fire protection career in 1978 with “Automatic” Sprinkler Corporation’s contracting operations in

Cleveland, Ohio . He joined the product manufacturing side of the business in 1985 when he joined the R&G Sloane Company as a manufacturer’s representative for BlazeMaster® CPVC piping systems for fire protection.  Greg then worked as a Regional Sales Manager for Central Sprinkler Company in 1988, a job that he held through the 1999 acquisition of Central by Tyco Fire Products until assuming the role of Business Development Manager in 2004.

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