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Re: [datacenter] Seal the room for clean agent fire suppression

% We are preparing to install a clean agent fire suppression system.  In
% sealing the room, to of the four walls have sheetrock to the upper deck but
% two do not.  The cost to sheetrock is around $12,000.  As an alternative, it
% was suggested by our Facilities director that we bid sealed tiles.  That bid
% came in just under $5000.
% After speaking with our vendor, they are strongly encouraging us to avoid
% using sealed ceiling tiles.  They cite several cases where they could not
% maintain pressure without having the contractor come back on site to repair
% leaks.
% Has anyone used this alternative method and if so, is there a particular
% product we should be considering?
% Thanks in advance
% David
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	in my limited experience, sealing the room is worth the
	effort/expense.  sealing a dropped ceiling is kind of like
	sealing a raised floor.  Do it as asecondary containment


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