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50.4.4.8.1
Areas requiring protection in accordance with 50.4.3.1 shall be permitted to be protected by a water-wash system that is listed as a fire-extinguishing system in compliance with UL 300 or other equivalent standards and installed in accordance with the requirements of its listing. [96:10.2.8.1]
50.4.4.8.2
Each such area not provided with a listed water-wash fire-extinguishing system shall be provided with a fire-extinguishing system listed for the purpose. [96:10.2.8.2]
50.4.4.8.3
The water supply for water-wash fire-extinguishing systems shall be permitted to be supplied from the domestic water supply when the minimum water pressure and flow are provided in accordance with the terms of the listing. [96:10.2.8.3]
50.4.4.8.4
The water supply for water-wash fire-extinguishing systems shall be controlled by a listed indicating valve. [96:10.2.8.4]
50.4.4.8.5
Where a separate fire-extinguishing system is used for protection of cooking equipment only, a water-wash fire-extinguishing system listed for protection of the grease removal device(s), hood exhaust plenum(s), exhaust duct(s), or combination thereof shall be provided with instructions and appropriate means for electrical interface for simultaneous actuation. [96:10.2.8.5]
50.4.4.8.6
A water-wash system approved to be used for protection of the grease removal device(s), hood exhaust plenum(s), exhaust duct(s), or combination thereof shall include instructions and appropriate electrical interface for simultaneous actuation of the water-wash system from an automatic fire-extinguishing system, where the automatic fire-extinguishing system is used for cooking equipment protection only. [96:10.2.8.6]
50.4.4.8.7
Where the automatic fire-extinguishing system in accordance with NFPA 17A provides protection for the hood and duct in a hood containing a water-wash system, the water-wash system shall be made inoperable or delayed for a minimum of 60 seconds upon operation of the automatic fire-extinguishing system. [96:10.2.8.7]
50.4.4.8.8
Grease removal devices, hood exhaust plenums, and exhaust ducts on hoods with water wash shall be permitted to be protected by a sprinkler system with an individual control valve if the design of the hood prevents the water from reaching the cooking appliances. [96:10.2.8.8]

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