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In this video from the FM Global Know More Risk series, learn about the basic differences of the four types of water-based sprinkler systems: wet, dry, deluge and preaction. To learn more about FM Global learning solutions, visit http://www.fmglobal.com FM Global clients can access additional online training 24/7 at http://training.fmglobal.com
There's a big fire in the building and suddenly all the sprinklers turn on -- that's not really how works. Let science extinguish this myth. How Fire Burns in Space - http://bit.ly/1OqRB5b Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Read More: How do sprinklers work? http://www.firesprinklerinitiative.org/advocacy-tools/fact-sheets/how-sprinklers-work.aspx "Contrary to what many Americans think, we are not at greatest risk from fire in hotels or other public places; it is at home, where most of us feel the safest, that we are actually at highest risk of fire." Sprinkler system types http://wiginton.net/pdf/Wiginton-Fire-Protection.pdf "Wet - Wet type systems are the most common type of sprinkler system that is installed. A wet pipe system has water in th...
I'm explaining how fire alarm systems work for new technicians or other employees who deal with these systems. This is my 18th video in a string of many Khan Academy-styled lessons. This video introduces how dry sprinkler systems work and how they are monitored by the fire alarm panel.
In this video from the Know More Risk series, learn about the arrangement, operation and alarm testing of a wet sprinkler system that uses an alarm check valve and water flow pressure switch. This is one of two typical riser configurations for wet systems. To learn more about FM Global learning solutions, visit http://www.fmglobal.com FM Global clients can access additional online training 24/7 at http://training.fmglobal.com
This video describes the arrangement, operation and alarm testing of a wet sprinkler system that uses a riser check valve and water flow alarm. This is one of two typical riser configurations for wet systems.
In this short video, you'll see how BlazeMaster® Fire Sprinkler Systems can help improve your chance of survival in a house fire. As the most specified non-metallic sprinkler system option in the world, it has been used in residential, commercial and industrial applications. Please contact a Lubrizol CPVC representative for more information. https://www.lubrizol.com/CPVC/Products/BlazeMaster.html © 2015 The Lubrizol Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part, in any form or medium without express written permission is prohibited
This shows how fire sprinklers work and just how sensitive and fast they operate when heated up. - This head was dropped so it was decided it should not be installed. Thank you Darren for donating this. Cameras: Casio EXF1 Pro (1200 and 600 FPS)
Explains wet pipe sprinkler systems and its history
An alarm valve prevents a reverse flow of water from the installation into the fire-pump room, but in case a fire sprinkler is activated (opened) due to fire, the alarm valve will open and permit water flow into the system. Alarm valve prevents a reverse flow of water or air pressure from the installation into the fire-pump room. In case a fire sprinkler is activated (opened) due to fire, the alarm valve will open and permit water flow into the system and a pressure switch gives a signal to activate the fire-pump. There are different types of alarm valves that need to match the fire sprinkler installation – wet pipe system, dry pipe system. Deluge system etc. Almost all alarm valves are listed by a listing authority like VdS, FM, UL etc.