Fire Sprinkler System

Adams Fire Protection has the best Fire Sprinkler System services in Michigan.

Metro Detroit MI, Fire Sprinkler system services

Every one of our field technicians makes sure that the installation of the sprinkler system would go smoothly by carefully proceeding step by step. In doing so, we make sure that we completely satisfy your needs and protect your facility. Of course, we won’t consider the installation process done unless the system is inspected and authorized by the authorities.

These are the types of fire sprinkler order (FSS) and equipment:

1. Wet Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems

Wet Pipe FSS is the most commonly used fire sprinkler system. This type of system uses automatic sprinkler heads attached to a pipe system that uses water from the fire pump (If applicable). This type of sprinkler system lets the sprinkler heads open almost immediately in response to heat than water is discharged after the head opens. The wet pipe fire sprinkler system is usually installed in typical office buildings and provide a standard level of fire protection.

2. Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems

Dry Pipe FSS uses pressurized air or nitrogen rather than water to act against fire. The sprinkler heads in this type of fire sprinkler system are attached to pipes filled with pressurized air. When these heads open, the air is released, and a valve is opened letting water to flow through the pipes and out the sprinkler heads. Since this makes the water discharge delayed, the Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler System is ideal for buildings where water could freeze if kept in the pipes such as unheated buildings, parking garages and refrigerated coolers where temperatures get frosty.

3. Deluge Fire Sprinkler Systems

Deluge FSS connects fire sprinkler heads to a piping system which is connected to a water supply by a valve. When the alarm goes off, the valve opens and sends water through the pipes, sending water through every sprinkler head at once. The Deluge Fire Sprinkler Systems are used in facilities where fire could spread quickly and intensify in a matter of seconds unless large quantities of water are delivered as quickly as possible.

4. Pre-Action Fire Sprinkler Systems

Pre-Action FSS is a combination of a deluge fire sprinkler system and a wet pipe fire sprinkler system. Basically, water will enter the pipes through a valve then flow through the sprinkler heads when heat activates them. The Pre-Action Fire Sprinkler System is commonly used in spaces containing expensive and valuable equipment that could be damaged by the accidental triggering of sprinklers.

5. Fire Pumps

A fire pump is specifically designed to be used as a part of a fire protection system’s water supply. It is an important point to know that it doesn’t create water, but it takes water from a water supply and increases the pressure of the water.

A fire pump can be powered by either electricity, steam, or diesel and can supply water to fire sprinklers, foam systems, water spray systems, etc. The inlet of these pumps is usually connected to the external water supply. In many cases, it can be connected to a local water supply such as a tank or a well.

Fire pumps are needed when the water supply is unable to provide sufficient pressure to meet the hydraulic design needs of the fire protection system.

You can say that a fire pump is the best friend of a fire protection system.

No matter the type of sprinkler system that you need, contact Adams Fire Protection, and we’ll guarantee the successful installation of Fire Sprinkler System in your facility working in the most efficient way possible.

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