Flammable Storage Cabinet. A cabinet for the storage of
flammable and combustible liquids constructed in accordance with
NFPA 30, Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code.
Flash Over. A stage in the development of a contained fire in
which all of the exposed surfaces reach ignition temperatures
more or less simultaneously and fire spreads rapidly throughout
Flash Point. The minimum temperature at which a liquid gives off
vapor in sufficient concentration to form an ignitable mixture
with air near the surface of the liquid within the vessel as
specified by appropriate test procedures and apparatus.
Facilities Life Cycle Management.
Floor Area, Gross. Gross floor area shall be the total floor area
within the building to include all rooms, mechanical rooms,
hallways, stairs, closets, thickness of interior or exterior
walls, columns, or other features. Where the term "area" is
used, it shall be understood to be gross area unless otherwise
specified. (See Section 2 and Figure 2-7 for expanded
Floor Area, Net. Net floor area shall be the actual occupied
area in a functional space, not including thickness of walls,
chases, columns, or general circulation, etc. (See Section 2 and
Figure 2-8 for expanded explanation.)
Fire Safety Evaluation System.
In accordance with NFPA
Fuel Load. The total quantity of combustible material of a
building, space or fire area.
Full-Time Equivalent (FTE). Work force equivalent of one
individual working full-time for a specific period which may be
made up of several part-time individuals or one full-time
Functional Requirements. Those requirements necessary to ensure
a particular facility continually meets the objective of the
function for which it was constructed.
Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter.
Glass to be set as windows.