Alarm Check Valve
Test & Drain Valve
Zone Control Valve
A fire sprinkler system is a network of water pipes and sprinkler heads designed to detect and extinguish fires automatically. When a fire starts, the heat causes the sprinkler heads to open and release water, which can help control or extinguish the fire before it spreads.
The system typically consists of the following components:
Water supply: A reliable and adequate water supply is essential for a fire sprinkler system. The supply can come from a municipal water system or a water tank, depending on the location of the building.
Control valve: A control valve is used to control the water flow to the system. It is typically located near the water supply and can be activated manually or automatically.
Sprinkler heads: Sprinkler heads are the most visible part of the system. They are located throughout the building and are designed to release water when the temperature reaches a certain threshold, typically between 135 and 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
Alarm system: An alarm system is typically installed to alert occupants of the building and the local fire department in case of a fire. It can be connected to the building’s fire alarm system or can be standalone.
Fire sprinkler systems are highly effective in controlling and extinguishing fires. They can help prevent property damage, reduce the risk of injury or loss of life, and provide a safer environment for firefighters to operate in. It is important to ensure that these systems are properly installed, maintained, and inspected to ensure that they are functioning properly and can effectively protect a building and its occupants in the event of a fire.