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Last weekend, a torrent of water mysteriously gushed from a Philadelphia skyscraper, drenching the streets below it and confusing onlookers.
Johnson Controls announced advanced listings for its TYCO Model CC3 combustible concealed space sprinklers, the TY2199 4.2K sprinkler and TY3199 5.6K sprinkler.
For fire water autonomy, all components of the fire water source and ancillary systems must be capable of withstanding disaster and remain fully operable
Water mist suppression uses less water than a traditional sprinkler system, minimizing damage to data centers in the event of a fire.
Johnson Controls recently received UL Verification for its ANSUL Acoustic Nozzle, making it the first fire protection product to earn a marketing claim verification for performance.
Stat-X EX condensed aerosol fire suppression electrical generators have attained the UL Listing for use as a total flooding system in hazardous areas classified as Class I Division 2.
AquaMist is designed to safeguard locations with a water mist fire suppression system.
IT and data rooms are usually access controlled, so a reliable fire suppression option is to install an automatic fire protection system that can be deployed instantly.
The DIMES system for inert gas ensures fixed installation fire system readiness.