Fire Protection

Traditionally, compressed air was utilised as the source for maintaining supervisory pressure within dry and pre-action sprinkler systems. But due to the constant presence of oxygen in the compressed air, any part of the sprinkler system containing residual water left behind from hydro-testing, flow testing, or condensate accumulation is vulnerable to electrochemical corrosion.

By using a cost effective, safe and reliable source of high purity Nitrogen gas, electrochemical, galvanic, and micro-biologically influenced corrosion is arrested. Nitrogen gas is introduced into the dry or pre-action sprinkler system and prevents ice plugs by ensuring a -10F to -50F dew point within the sprinkler system. As high purity Nitrogen gas enters the sprinkler piping, corrosive oxygen and moisture are displaced through the nitrogen system.

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