The purpose of this course is to provide you with an overview of the history of flexible sprinkler hose systems and how modern innovation is revolutionizing this fitting category with new technology.
Dry Sprinklers for Commercial & Residential Fire Protection Upon completion of this course, each participant will be able to identify a dry sprinkler, explain how it works, and how it is installed. Participants will also be able to identify both properly and improperly installed dry sprinklers, according to applicable codes and standards.
During this session you will learn about the Electronically Activated Sprinkler (EAS-1) and the protection offered for higher hazard commodities in retrofit warehouses. This technology uses rate-of-rise detection and grouped activation to control challenging fires with less water, pressure, and damage to your facility.
There are a variety of technologies on the market for filling dry pipe sprinkler systems namely compressed air, dry air and nitrogen. Each technology comes with its own pluses and minuses. When it comes to a freezer room or cold storage facility there is one solution available that works best – dry air.
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