Nevada Protection from Fire; Explosives

Sec. § 477.140
Smoke detectors; openings used to supply air.


1.

The owner or operator of every hotel or motel which contains at least six guest rooms, or apartment building with at least three dwelling units, shall equip each room primarily used for sleeping in a hotel or motel and each dwelling unit in an apartment building with a smoke detector, the placement of which is approved by the authority.

2.

The owner or operator of every hotel or motel which contains at least six guest rooms, or apartment building or condominium with at least three dwelling units shall seal any opening used to supply air from a corridor to a guest room or to a dwelling unit unless:

(a)

The corridor contains smoke detectors as required by regulation of the State Fire Marshal;

(b)

Activation of any two detectors causes the supply of air to cease and seals the opening between the room and the corridor; and

(c)

The owner or operator obtains the approval of the authority to supply air in this manner.
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