fire sprinkler system


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fire sprinkler system

An integrated system of underground and/or overhead piping, with one or more automatic water supplies, to which fire sprinklers (i.e., sprinkler heads) are attached and placed in a systematic pattern; also called a fire-protection sprinkler system.
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A home fire sprinkler system can reduce the homeowners insurance premium.
Automatic control means can include a fire sprinkler system, a gaseous clean agent, or firefighting foam system.
As building owners, insurance underwriters, regulatory agencies and authorities-having-jurisdiction all require an increasingly high level of performance, safety and reliability of a fire sprinkler system throughout its life, these products have become an easy choice in meeting all of these requirements.
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Residential fire sprinkler system installations are increasing every day thanks to growing buyer demand, lower costs, and simpler installation.
Proceeds from this year's golf tournament will benefit the Lexington Fire Prevention Bureau, which is seeking to acquire its own state-of-the-art, fire-prevention trailer, complete with operational fire sprinkler system and smoke room.
You are just one of many who have written to say the advice on a home fire sprinkler system was not encouraging.