The purpose of the fire sprinkler system is to provide an appropriate amount of water to extinguish fires before they get the opportunity to grow and spread throughout the room. Various type of fire sprinkler is available based on type, temperature, K-Factor, Connection, Finish etc.,
Deluge Valve used for fast application of water in a spray system. With the addition of foaming agent, they are used in places that are considered high hazard areas such as power plants, aircraft hangars and chemical storage or processing facilities.
An alarm check valve is basically a check valve with an alarm port. The main purpose of the alarm check valve is to ring a mechanical bell called a water motor gong. These valves help to hold the system pressure steady and reduce the possibility of false alarms.
A fire hose reel is a first attack piece of fire-fighting equipment. They are used to fight type A fires (wood, paper, cloth etc.), and their function is to supply a continuous and controllable supply of water to a fire. Fire hose reels are located at strategic places in buildings to provide a reasonably accessible and controlled supply of water for fire extinguishing.
Landing valves are suitable for installation on wet risers in buildings for firefighting purposes, permanently charged with water from a pressurized supply. Landing valves are an important source of water which is crucial for fighting fires on any level of your building. These are usually located in staircase landings, allowing easy access to firefighters. Also, a hose and a branch are connected to a coupling on it.
A fire hydrant is simply a point where people can tap into a water supply. The most common use for them is to assist firefighters in putting out fires. By connecting a hose to a hydrant, they gain access to all the water they need to douse a burning building.
Breeching inlets are used in buildings for firefighting purposes, fitted with inlet connection at fire brigade access level and outlet connection at specified points. This inlet is used by the fire brigade personnel to access water, which is normally dry but capable of being charged with water by pumping from fire service appliances.