Fire Sprinkler

Fire Sprinkler

Depson provides Fire Sprinkler System



What is Fire sprinkler system?

fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection method, and Efficient Fire & Security Solutions believe in a fire fighting system that provides maximum safety and detection and immediate fire suppression before turning it into any major hazard for humans and property.

A sprinkler system consists of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected, located at the ceiling level or wall-mounted or in case water spray directly mounted on an external piping system. With the effect of fire at the site, due to the rise in heat, the predetermined temperature (generally greater than 40 degree Celsius) reaches causing a glass component in sprinkler head to fail to result in the discharge of water spray from a sprinkler head.

Fire Sprinkler system is so successful in extinguishing the fire, in buildings completely protected by fire sprinkler systems, over 96% of fires were controlled by fire sprinklers alone because this efficiency these systems are used ubiquitously as fire worldwide, with over 40 million sprinkler heads implemented each year. Choose the best fire sprinkler system from following for fire protection.

Fire sprinkler system Detection

There is a common misconception that sprinklers are triggered by smoke. Fire sprinkler systems have strategically placed sprinkler heads with glass bulbs containing a glycerin-based liquid. Sprinkler systems detect a fire through rising temperatures. As the temperature at the Fire sprinkler system head rises to between 135 to 165 degrees Fahrenheit, the liquid inside the glass bulb expands and breaks the glass, thus activating the sprinkler head. There are various colors of liquid in these glass components, each indicating a different threshold of heat required to break the glass.

Fire sprinkler system Activation

Depending on the type of sprinkler system, the method of sprinkler activation can vary. Once the glass bulb breaks, the sprinkler head releases water. However, the way water is stored and is supplied through pipes depends on the type of fire sprinkler system. Wet pipe systems store water in the pipes and release it immediately when the trigger breaks. Dry pipe systems store water behind a valve that needs to be released before the water can flow through the pipes and out of the sprinkler head. A pre-action sprinkler is like a dry pipe system except for the valve is controlled by an electronic device. The only exception is the deluge sprinkler system that is not activated by heat at all. Instead, a fire alarm releases the water and a valve must be manually closed to stop the flow of water.

A) Wet pipe fire sprinkler system

A wet pipe fire sprinkler system is the most common type of sprinkler system employing automatic sprinkler heads attached to a piping system containing pressured water and connected to a water supply so that water discharges immediately from sprinklers opened by heat from a fire.

B) Dry pipe fire sprinkler system

Dry pipe fire sprinkler systems are specially designed for environments with freezing temperatures like walk-in refrigerators, loading docks, and warehouses, buildings susceptible to freezing, dry pipe sprinkler systems feature automatic and closed-type sprinkler heads connected to pipes filled with pressurized air or nitrogen. The compressed air holds a remote valve, known as a dry pipe valve, in a closed position to prevent water from entering the pipe. When heat activates one or more sprinklers, the compressed air in the pipe is released, and its pressure decreases, opening the dry pipe valve and allowing water to flow through open sprinklers.

C) Deluge fire sprinkler system

D) Pre-action fire sprinkler system

E) Foam water fire sprinkler systems

F) Water Spray fire sprinkler systems

G)Water mist fire sprinkler systems


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