I was shooting a film at school using a fog machine and the fire alarm went off. However I am not positive it was the fog machine that set it off because 2 janitors ran by the room and I heard that they thought it was smoke and pulled the alarm, I am not sure though. Anyways we told a teach after all 3 thousand students where out of the school that it was probably the fog machine. Anyways we talked to the principal about it and he said he would let us off because it was an accident and a teacher knew about it plus we told a teacher it was us. Well he said that the fire department might fine the school for the alarm going off without an actually emergency and the school would make my group pay it. The principle said once a student pulled the fire alarm before as a prank and had to pay $1000 for the fire department coming. Is this legal and would I have to pay this? Any input would be helpful
it has not been used in a while! I lived in apartmest most of my life so lets just say 25 years! and EVERY year we got that same burnt smell! When the fumes that light the furnace haven't been used in over a month they have to burn off all that dust and other particals that are on the furnace the smell should go away after 3 days! we got in the habit of turning our heat on in fall with the windows open just so we wouldn't have to smell that and freak out! so don't feel bad even after knowing this happends we still check EVERYTHING lost my home in a fire i would reather be safe then sorry!
Yes. That is why straps, clamps and clip designed to fasten copper piping are ''clad'' with a thin coat of copper.