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Sprinkler Systems

It is the most preferred extinguishing system except for B, D and E class fires. It is one of the extinguishing systems that react fastest. It can be applied in wet or dry type depending on the hazard features.

Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systems

The water stays (filled) inside the pipe network under the pressure by the fire pumps. The sprinkler system is triggered at the start of a fire, allowing water to flow.

Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems

The water stays in the piping system under pressure by the fire pumps. Deluge valve is ready to deliver the water over a large area as rapidly as possible to quickly extinguish a fire. Pressurized nitrogen gas is located between the valve and the sprinkler system. As the fire breaks, nitrogen in the pipes pushes the water flow from the sprinklers.

Water Mist Systems

Water mist systems are used to extinguish fire by suppressing oxygen in the air by creating a mist screen on the area or object to be protected. Water mist systems consume much lower water than the standard sprinkler systems.

Hydrant Systems

Hydrant systems are used to supply water from different regions of the site for water-based fire fighting systems.

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