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Automatic sprinklers are among the most effective fire protection measures for buildings. They extinguish most fires before they spread, making buildings safer for occupants while protecting property. Due to their reliability, fire sprinklers also make buildings eligible for better insurance plans with lower premiums. However, a sprinkler system must be well designed to offer reliability, meeting building codes and NFPA standards. The system should also have an optimal layout, since having more sprinkler heads than necessary is a waste of capital.
Ideally, an automatic sprinkler system should have the following characteristics:
The best recommendation to meet these conditions is getting a professional design from qualified fire protection engineers. This ensures that fire sprinkler plans and all other specifications are code compliant and clear for contractors. Professional design services also help you find a sprinkler layout that offers reliable protection at an optimal cost.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), buildings with automatic sprinklers get an average discount of 7% in their insurance plans. However, insurance discounts of up to 50% have been achieved in some projects.
The Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition found that fire incidents cause an average damage of $45,019 in households without sprinklers. However, this is reduced to only $2,166 when an automatic sprinkler system is present.
The piping is filled with pressurized inert gas, and water is held back by a valve. When a sprinkler head opens, the gas is released and the valve opens with the pressure drop. Water can then flow through the piping to be discharged by open sprinklers.
Dry pipe systems are used in applications where a wet pipe system is unsuitable. For example, if an unheated area needs fire protection, a dry pipe system is required because a wet pipe system would freeze.
out of the piping by a valve. However, in this case the valve is opened by heat or smoke sensors. The sprinkler heads don’t change, since they open normally in response to heat.
As mentioned above, a deluge sprinkler system is like those shown in the movies. All sprinklers are permanently open, and the water release is controlled by heat and smoke sensors.
Deluge systems are used in areas that are very vulnerable to fire, such as storage areas with flammable substances.