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Survey of the Life Expectancy Management of Fire Products
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 30, Issue 2,  2016, pp.133-140
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2016.30.2.133
 Title & Authors
Survey of the Life Expectancy Management of Fire Products
Park, In-Seon; Baek, Chang Sun;
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 Abstract
Currently, the maintenance of fire products at the site of fire-fighting property are presumably carried out by a fireand/or self. On the other hand, of the special fire-fighting property, only 3.4% of them are the target for a comprehensive precision inspection, which is performed by fire protection management firms. Aging fire products for the rest of special fire-fighting property are absolutely beyond any inspection and reliability verification. This is also true with respect to general households. In this report, the current practice of fire products` useful life management at the site of fire-fighting property were studied. For this study, 32 items of fire products were identified. For the sample data, public institutions and 17 cities and provinces were classified into 18 groups, from which 30 sample targets for each group were determined. Of these targets 422 samples were recovered, based on which this study for establishing a useful `Management Control System of the Fire Products and its Useful Life` was conducted.
 Keywords
Fire products;Useful life;Survey research;
 Language
Korean
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