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What To Know About Your Fire Sprinkler System

11/23/2018 (Permalink)

Why SERVPRO What To Know About Your Fire Sprinkler System Install a fire sprinkler system in your Brighton,CO company

Many businesses in Brighton,CO, have installed a fire sprinkler system to protect the company property. However, there are a few misconceptions about what these systems actually do. If you are considering installing a fire suppression system in your own place of work, there are a few things you may want to know beforehand.

Facts To Know

Not understanding how sprinkler systems work has led to a few misconceptions about them. Here are a few facts you may wish to know.

  • The sprinkler heads in most modern fire suppression systems operate independently
  • Sprinkler systems are heat triggered, making them very difficult to accidentally set off
  • In general, the cost of a system is about the same as new carpet
  • A sprinkler system uses only a fraction of the water pumped out by a fire hose

How They Work

A fire sprinkler works by releasing either water or nitrogen gas to suppress the fire. This should suffocate the fire’s source of oxygen causing it to go out. When the fire is hot enough, a metal alloy in the sprinkler nozzle should melt and trigger the release of the fire suppressant.

What To Expect After Usage

While your sprinklers may have saved your business from a lot of fire damage, you may still have some fire sprinkler cleanup to take care of afterward. A water and fire damage restoration specialist may be able to assist you with the process. These professionals are trained to deal with the various damage types that can occur with a fire, including sprinkler system cleanup.

A fire sprinkler system can help to save your company from extensive damage in the event of a fire. These systems are designed to suffocate the fire and help prevent its spread to other parts of the building. Not only are they reliable, but because they are heat triggered you shouldn’t have to worry about setting them off accidentally.

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