Systems

Wet Pipe Sprinkler System

The Wet Pipe System is the simplest and most common type of fire sprinkler installation. This system employs automatic and closed-type sprinklers heads, which are connected to a water-filled piping system. Read More »

Dry Pipe Sprinkler System

A Dry Pipe Sprinkler System is a system which employs automatic and closed type sprinkler heads, which are connected to a piping system containing compressed air or nitrogen, rather than water. Read More »

Preaction Sprinkler System

A Preaction Sprinkler System is a system which employs automatic and closed-type sprinkler heads connected to a piping system that contains air (either pressurized or non-pressurized), with a supplemental system of detection serving the same area as the sprinklers. Read More »

Deluge Sprinkler System

A Deluge System is a system that employs open-type sprinklers that are connected to a piping system which is connected to a water supply that is kept from filling the pipe until the deluge valve is released by the supplemental detection system. Read More »

AFFF Systems

Any type of system – Wet, Dry, Preaction or Deluge – can be adapted to include the injection of AFFF foam concentrate in order to combat high risks such as flammable fuels and alcohol. Read More »

Clean Agent Systems

These systems utilize deteaction that in turns sets off valuing that introduces to gas (Inergen, FM 200, Halon, CO2, etc) to the protected area. Read More »