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

> 	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
> 	perimiter.

I may be misunderstanding, but when I tested with ceiling tiles
not sealed, the tiles just blew off and opened the space to the
rest of the facility not allowing for any integrity. Hence, the
discharge worked, but the effect of the discharge was minimized
by inability to pressure.

As far as sealing rock vs. tile, I would think the leaks would
be minimal and if you could measure the effects of pinhole leaks
on gas discharge, I'd be interested in the ramifications.

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