Systems are intended to suppress or extinguish fires. Most
municipalities and insurance companies require that fire
sprinkler systems be monitored by a U.L. approved monitoring
center such as ESI.
In addition to
the notification of the fire department in the event of a
sprinkler activation due to a fire, monitoring of the system can
also provide notification in the event of:
flowing due to a failure or break in the sprinkler system.
This is extremely important during times when the building
supply water vales are turned off. The fire sprinkler system
cannot function without water.
in a “dry pipe” system. To prevent low temperature damage to
the sprinkler systems pipes or other damage. Some systems
have the water pipes filled with air until a fire is
detected. If the air pressure part fails, the system can
become “flooded” and cause damage.
Running - Most fire pumps when activated, will continue to
run until manually shut down. If their activation is
inadvertent or unknown, they can run until they destroy
provide the equipment and installation for complete and
economical "Turn Key" Fire Sprinkler Monitoring System.