Fire sprinkler :
Sprinklers head is the component of a fire sprinkler system that discharges water when the effects of a fire have been detected, such as when a predetermined temperature has been exceeded. Fire sprinklers are extensively used worldwide, with over 40 million sprinkler heads fitted each year.
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Wet pipe sprinkler :
Wet pipe systems are definitely the most commonly used fire sprinkler systems.
Because it is very reliable and at the same time quite simple. In the event of a fire, water is provided to the piping via the sprinklers heads by an automatic water supply.
Dry pipe sprinkler :
They are usually get implemented in unheated buildings, Therefore, in this kind of sprinkler system, the water in the piping is replaced by air at a pressure below the water supply pressure.
Foam water sprinkler systems :
This special kind of sprinkler system discharges a mixture of water and foam concentrate if activated. They are generally used in case of high challenge fires, such as in the presence of flammable liquids. The foam can be inserted in any of the systems described above.
Water mist systems :
This kind of system is typically used in conditions where water may damage things or in case of minimal water supplies. They are provided with a heat absorbent vapor and operate as a wet pipe, deluge, dry pipe or pre-action system. In this case a compressed gas is used to atomize the water, so it turns into a mist.
Water spray systems :
Water spray systems are identical to deluge systems but, unlike the latter, the first are designed to safeguard a uniquely configured hazard (so they don’t cover all the horizontal floor area of a space). Electrical transformers, for example, are usually protected by a water spray system.
Basically Fire Sprinklers are mapped and specified according to the building and room structure.
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