SPRINKLER-PAC™ is a fully assembled dry-pipe or deluge sprinkler valve fire suppression system, including dry-pipe or deluge valve and trim, providing one complete zone of dry-pipe or deluge water sprinkler fire protection.
To learn more about the SPRINKLER-PAC™ fire suppression assembly, give us a call at 908.688.0300 or contact us online.
All components are contained in two (2) powder-coated steel enclosures assembled one above the other. The system pressure gauges are mounted on the front of the valve enclosure. Lockable latches on both doors permit restricted access to connections and components. Gasketing provides sealing of the enclosure doors. Knockouts permit easy attachment of external electrical raceways.
Fully factory assembled and tested
No field assembly required
Attractive and rugged metal enclosure
Easy-to-see gauges on enclosure front
Separate, lockable valve and electrical enclosures
Space for required spare sprinkler heads and wrench
UL / FM / NYC approved major components
1-1/2 through 6 inch valve options
Saves assembly and installation time
Quicker commissioning – just place, connect, and it’s ready
Finished appearance allows placement in or near protected space
Reliable, dependable protection that functions as designed
Easy inspection and maintenance
Expert in-house and field technical support
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Give us a call at 908.688.0300 or contact us online to request more information about the SPRINKLER-PAC™ system.
SPRINKLER-PAC™ is a fully assembled dry-pipe or deluge fire suppression system, including dry-pipe or deluge valve and trim, providing one complete zone of dry-pipe or deluge water sprinkler fire protection.
SPRINKLER-PAC™with Integrated Nitrogen is a fully assembled dry-pipe sprinkler valve fire suppression system, including dry-pipe valve, trim, and nitrogen generator providing one complete zone of dry-pipe water sprinkler fire protection.
Your dry-pipe or preaction system piping may look brand new on the outside, but what about inside? Residual water and oxygen in the pressurized air could be rusting the interior of that pipe right now. This rust can weaken the pipe, cause pinholes to form, and even clog up the sprinkler heads in the event of a fire. NFPA 25 – Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems mandates internal inspection of sprinkler pipes at least every 5 years. Are your pipes rusty? Have them internally inspected by a qualified fire protection contractor before it’s too late.