Kentucky Chapter of AFAA

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AFAA Announces New Website - New Membership Opportunities!

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Kentucky Low Voltage Legislative Upate

Pending Low Voltage licensing is still alive, although its progress has slowed somewhat.  Good news is your association is playing an active part in the process.  Check back for more updates as we continue to learn more, and the new appointments are completed under the incoming administration.   See the filled bill here.


 The Kentucky Automatic Fire Alarm Association, Inc. is a statewide professional organization dedicated to the purpose of promoting the use of fire detection systems to protect life and property in Kentucky and to promote training and certification to ensure the quality and reliability of fire alarm system installations.

The KYAFAA is a member affiliate of the national Automatic Fire Alarm Association.   Through participation in the code-making process, the AFAA has been able to improve today‚Äôs requirements for fire alarm system audibility, alarm verification for smoke detectors, maintenance and testing of systems, and 100% acceptance testing at initial installation.

Our mission is to improve fire and life safety in Kentucky

Can You Hear It Now?!?!?!

NFPA 72 2010 & 2013 require notification appliances in sleeping areas,to emit a 520Hz square wave. For more info, click here.
Did you know that members attending a KYAFAA meeting will be awarded CEU's toward your KY Inspector's license?

Kentucky Building Code

The mandatory compliance date for the 2013 Kentucky Building Code is January 1, 2014.

The 2013 Kentucky Building Code is the 2012 International Building Code with June 2013 Kentucky Amendments.

Click here for more info.  


Honeywell Fire Systems would like to make you aware of a potential issue that could affect normal operation of BG-10 Series fire alarm pull stations manufactured from 1992 through 2010.  For more information, click here.

Are you ready for the new area code coming to western Kentucky? 
In February 2014, you will have to dial 10 digits to place any call in this highlighted area, including all local calls.  For the full story, click here.
UL has recently conducted research on a wide array of current products and systems originally certified under UL 2196, Tests for Fire Resistive Cables and ULC-S139, Standard Method of Fire Test for Evaluation of Integrity of Electrical Cables and determined that they no longer consistently achieve a two-hour fire-resistive rating when subjected to the standard Fire Endurance Test of UL2196 or ULC-S139. Consequently, UL and ULC will not be able to offer certification to the current program related to these standards.

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