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[Table 4-1 ADB recommended minimum periods of fire resistance (reductions with sprinkler provision are highlighted in green)] The impact of automatic sprinklers on building design. An independent report produced by WSP, sponsored by the Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA), published in September 2017. http://www.business-sprinkler-alliance.org/publications/impact-automatic-sprinklers-building-design-wsp/
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