The UNITED Fire Systems NITROGEN-PAC is a fully integrated nitrogen generating system to introduce high-purity nitrogen into preaction or dry sprinkler piping. NITROGEN-PAC replaces the existing air compressor, providing the necessary supervisory pressure in the form of nitrogen instead of air. NITROGEN-PAC occupies minimal space, operates quietly, and can be installed near your sprinkler system riser.
The NITROGEN-PAC SC (Self-Contained) Series is a family of FM Approved nitrogen-based sprinkler corrosion inhibiting systems, providing high-purity dry nitrogen for the interior of preaction and dry sprinkler piping. These units feature a compressor for system fast-fill and nitrogen generation, refrigerated drying of the air for the lowest possible moisture content, and membrane technology for efficient nitrogen generation. The SC Series factory-assembled units save space and shorten installation and commissioning time.
The NITROGEN-PAC M (Modular) Series from UNITED Fire Systems is a unique approach to supplying nitrogen for sprinkler systems. The modular concept allows for the choice of components perfectly sized for the application. Many small to mid-sized systems need an engineered system approach for both proper application and cost-effectiveness. The NITROGEN-PAC M Series permits our expert designers to choose the components that fit your application—with no compromise of protection or dollars.
The UNITED Fire Systems True Advanced Purge System Model TAP-G3 is designed to automatically purge air from within a dry-pipe or preaction sprinkler system and replace the air with 98% nitrogen from a NITROGEN-PAC™ sprinkler corrosion inhibiting system. The system also automatically samples, analyzes, and displays the percentage of nitrogen within the pipe.
If you have a dry standpipe in your structure, can you tell if it’s intact and ready for fire department use? If it’s not, the risk is high. Be sure – a UNITED Fire Systems STANDPIPE-PACsystem will alert you if someone accidentally leaves a valve open or even disassembles a portion of the standpipe inadvertently.