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Dry riser to be padlocked?

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is there a requirement for a Dry riser to be padlocked and strapped shut, I was under the impression that since 2015 this isn't the case???

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My interpretation is that there is is no change and a padlock and strap applies to isolation valves on wet risers for maintenance, obviously not required on dry risers. Some fire and rescue services permit the use of secured solid fronted boxes (to BS)  to prevent theft of outlet valves or inlet collection boxes, if required, on both systems.

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