Fire Sprinkler Heads For Sale In Johannesburg
Buy Fire Sprinkler Heads with bizzy fire control and get the best deals. Fire sprinkler head is the component of a fire sprinkler system that discharges water when the effects of a fire have been detected, such as when a predetermined temperature has been exceeded. In buildings protected by properly designed and maintained fire sprinklers, over 99% of fires were controlled by fire sprinklers alone.
083 387 6015
What is Fire sprinkler heads
A fire sprinkler head is the component of a sprinkler system that discharges water when the fire has been detected. It comes in assorted designs.
Each sprinkler head contains a trigger mechanism, which opens to release water onto the fire.
With conventional heads, suitable for most residential fire sprinkler systems, some water is discharged onto the ceiling.
Upright or pendant spray sprinklers aim all the water straight down and are suited to rooms with high ceilings.
Heads need not be obtrusive and may be recessed in the ceiling or covered with resin caps to make them more aesthetically pleasing.
Side wall sprinklers attach to a high point on the wall. They usually give wider water coverage than conventional sprinkler heads.
No, only direct heat of at least 155 degrees will trigger the activation of a sprinkler head.
No, in almost all instances we can install a fully-recessed sprinkler head with a flat, white cover plate that sits flush to your ceiling. With the head behind the ceiling you’ll see just a small, circular, white trim plate in your ceilings. You can even custom-paint them if desired.
Fire sprinklers are connected to piping within your structure’s framing and filled with water, which is directly connected to your structure’s water supply. Sprinkler heads are strategically placed throughout the compartments of the structure. In case of a fire the heat rises to the level of the sprinkler head melting a filament that holds back a plug. When temperatures reach roughly 155 degrees the filament melts, releasing the plug, thereby allowing the water in the pipes to hit the deflector of the head spreading an even flow of water in a large radius over the fire.
No, unfortunately Hollywood has tainted the public perception of fire sprinklers. Sprinklers are all independent of one another and each must react to high temperatures in order to activate. So if only one head is needed to fight the fire only one will go off.