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Types of Sprinkler Systems

Alternate:
Alternate:

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Deluge and Recycling:
Deluge and Recycling:

A fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection method, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flowrate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected.

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Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems
Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems

Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler System A dry pipe sprinkler system is one in which pipes are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, rather than water. This air holds a remote valve, known as a dry pipe valve, in a closed position.

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Dry Pipe:
Dry Pipe:

Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler System A dry pipe sprinkler system is one in which pipes are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, rather than water. This air holds a remote valve, known as a dry pipe valve, in a closed position.

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Pre-Action:
Pre-Action:

Pre-action Fire Sprinkler System Pre-action fire sprinkler systems employ the basic concept of a dry pipe system in that water is not normally contained within the pipes. The difference, however, is that water is held from piping by an electrically operated valve, known as a pre-action valve.

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Wet Pipe
Wet Pipe

Wet pipe systems are the most common fire sprinkler system. A wet pipe system is one in which water is constantly maintained within the sprinkler piping. When a sprinkler activates this water is immediately discharged onto the fire.

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Wet Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems
Wet Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems

Wet pipe systems are the most common fire sprinkler system. A wet pipe system is one in which water is constantly maintained within the sprinkler piping. When a sprinkler activates this water is immediately discharged onto the fire.

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