Sprinkler Systems

Sprinkler Systems

Automatic fire sprinkler systems (also known as a wet pipe systems are widely regarded as the most effective method of controlling fires caused by a broad range of hazards. Sprinkler systems can automatically detect a fire, transmit an alarm and control the fire. Led by professional project managers, install and commission reliable, cost-effective sprinkler systems by carefully analyzing your buildings and facilities in terms of occupancy, operation and fire risk. With a century of proven experience, Tyco offers end-to-end fire sprinkler systems to protect your people, business and assets. Depending on the type of fire risk and working environment involved, we can provide up to five different types of sprinkler system.



DIFFERENT TYPES OF SYSTEMS AVAILABLE


Alternate System

As the name implies, the sprinkler system pipework is charged with water in the summer and with air in the winter when there is a danger of pipework freezing.

Deluge System

The Deluge system is designed to protect high hazard areas containing a severe fuel hazard with a high heat release rate by bringing a large number of open sprayers into action simultaneously in the event of a fire.

Dry System

Dry valve sprinkler systems are permanently charged with air and used to protect unheated premises such as warehouses, parking garages, attic spaces and other areas exposed to freezing temperatures.

 

Pre-Action System

These systems are specifically designed for the protection of high value “Business Critical” areas where sensitive electrical equipment or goods are stored to provide prior warning of system discharge or prevent system discharge caused by accidental damage to a sprinkler or system pipework.

Wet System

Wet valve sprinkler systems are permanently charge with water and used to protect premises where temperatures are unlikely to fall below freezing point. They are designed to actuate operate electric, and/or hydraulic alarms when there is a steady flow of water into the system that is equivalent to the discharge rate of one or more sprinklers.