R.G. Fire Protection offers a wide range of fire suppression services, including the installation, repair, maintenance and inspection of pre-action and deluge sprinkler systems. Like dry pipe systems, pre-action fire sprinkler systems do not have water within their pipes, but instead have water stored in a pre-action valve. The valve is then triggered when the system detects smoke, flames or abnormal heat; water is then pushed through the pipes before being released by individual sprinkler heads. Since pre-action systems rarely have accidental discharges, these systems are popular for businesses equipped with computers and other electronics.
Deluge systems are quite similar to pre-action systems, with the only major difference being they have open sprinkler heads and their pipes do not contain pressurized air. They are connected to a water supply that opens when smoke, flames or heat is detected, so deluge systems are often used for businesses with potentially hazardous materials and equipment, such as chemical processing plants.
To learn more about pre-action and deluge sprinkler systems, contact R.G. Fire Protection today.