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Fire safety rule: Corpn. helpless

Fire safety rule: Corpn. helpless

12 Dec

Fire safety rule: Corpn. helpless

A pre-action fire sprinkler system is similar to a dry-pipe sprinkler system. In a pre-action system, the water is held back by a pre-action valve. The valve is opened when flame, heat, or smoke is detected. Two things must happen before a pre-action sprinkler system releases water. The first is that the detection system must detect a fire and the valve must open, releasing water into the piping. The second event is that individual sprinkler heads need to open to allow water to discharge.

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