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Tumber Explains Importance of NFPA 37 Standard for CSE Magazine

By their nature, combustion engines and gas turbines are a fire hazard. And a fire caused by one of these essential products could have dire results.

Saahil Tumber explains why NFPA 37: Standard for the Installation and Use of Stationary Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines is so important for minimizing fire hazards in “Basics of Engine Installation and Operation” for CSE magazine. The standard focuses on engine location, fuel supply and storage and flue exhaust systems, among other factors.

Reach out to Saahil for additional insights.

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