The Sprinkler System is the most widely used fire extinguishing system in the world. Standard requirements, relatively low cost, optimum reliability and high reliability are the reasons why this system is used in comparison with other fire systems.

What is Sprinkler?

Sprinkler is a type of gasket nozzle used in automatic water fire extinguishing systems. This nozzle sprays water and fuel on fire and fuel when activated by a fire extinguisher such as a shower. The Sprinkler function is that in a sprinkler-driven system, there is a water pressure hose leading to the sprinkler that leads to the sprinkler, a type of glass bubble containing a heat-sensitive liquid embedded in the temperature. A certain amount of colored liquid expands inside the bubble, breaking the glass of the bubble, opening the water way and pouring water on the fire like a shower.

Types of sprinklers such as

Low sprinkler female (Pendent sprinkler)
Springer Chopper (Upright Springer Chopper)
Female Sprinkler (Sidewall Sprinkler or Sidewall Wall Sprinkler)
Hidden Sprinkler (Concealed Sprinkler or Concealed Sprinkler or Decorative Sprinkler)
Large bubble sprinkler (Sprinkler Larger Drop large drop)
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With different activation temperatures such as 57˚, 68˚, 79˚, 93˚, 141 (C (depending on design standards) as well as different materials such as brass, chrome and laminated, in sizes “1/2 and 3” / 4 In Sprinkler models of rapid reaction and standard sprinkler reaction are in the range of products of this company.

Upright sprinklers are sprinklers that are mounted upwards and are typically used in parking lots and spaces that do not require a roof to be soaked.

Pendent sprinklers are sprinklers that are mounted up and down.

Sidewall sprinklers are sprinklers mounted on the wall, depending on plumbing restrictions and space usage.

Concealed Sprinkler Sprinklers are a model of Pendent Sprinklers that are embedded in a special frame due to their sensitivity to aesthetically pleasing spaces, such as commercial buildings or airports, to prevent the Sprinkler body from being seen.

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The difference between a sprinter and a low springer

The difference between pendent and upright sprinklers is that Upright sprinklers are sprinklers that are mounted upwards and are typically used in parking lots and spaces that do not require a roof soak, while pendent sprinklers are sprinklers that They are mounted up and down, and the water reflexes cause the roof to soak due to its smooth blades, so these sprinklers are used in areas that need to be wet by standard roofs. Like the interiors of buildings and business centers, ordinary rooms, shops and …