Fire Sprinkler Systems
According to National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) statistics, damages to manufacturing facilities, stores, offices, and health care facilities
with a working fire sprinkler system installed were 60% lower than damages to building with no fire sprinkler system! Hence one needs to make sure that building, employees, customers, assets, and valuables are safe and secure by installing a fire sprinkler system in the office or government building. Automatic sprinkler systems are considered to be the most effective and economical way to apply water to suppress a fire. There are basically four basic types of sprinkler systems, of which the following two are what we integrate: wet pipe system - which is by far the most common type of sprinkler system. It consists of a network of piping containing water under pressure. Automatic sprinklers are connected to the piping such that each sprinkler protects an assigned building area. The application of heat to any sprinkler will cause that single sprinkler to operate, permitting water to discharge over its area of protection. When water from sprinklers will not suppress the fire, its cooling ability can protect structural elements of a building by containing the fire until it can be extinguished by other means.