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Posted on January 22, 2018

FIRE SPRINKLER COMPONENTS

Alarm Valve – disables the stop valve when the fire sprinkler system is activated, allowing for the flow of water into the sprinkler system.

Alarm Test Valve – allows you to test your fire sprinkler system at shut off conditions.

Escutcheon Plate – the small, round shield, often made of metal, around your fire sprinkler head.

Flow Switch – monitors the flow of water through different sections of pipe within the automatic fire sprinkler system. If the flow switches sense enough water flowing, they trigger the alarm.

Pressure Gauge – measures the pressure within the fire sprinkler system.

Pressure Switch –enables the fire sprinkler system to alert the fire department your fire sprinkler system is going off by watching for a fall in water pressure after the alarm valve.

Stop Valve – stops water from flowing from the city water supply into the fire sprinkler system if the fire sprinkler system is not going off.

We provide estimates for new and replacement fire protection systems throughout Texas (TX) in:

  • Alvin
  • Angleton
  • Austin
  • Baytown
  • Beaumont
  • Bellaire
  • Clute
  • Conroe
  • Deer Park
  • Dickinson
  • Freeport
  • Friendswood
  • Galena Park
  • Galveston
  • Houston
  • Humble
  • Huntsville
  • Jacinto City
  • Katy
  • La Marque
  • La Porte
  • Lake Charles, LA
  • Lake Jackson
  • League City
  • Missouri City
  • Orange
  • Pasadena
  • Pearland
  • Port Arthur
  • Richmond
  • Rosenberg
  • San Antonio
  • Schulenburg
  • South Houston
  • Stafford
  • Sugar Land
  • Texas City
  • The Woodlands
  • Victoria
  • Waco
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