Residential Fire Sprinkler Installation
A fire sprinkler installation will usually use CPVC pipe work and concealed heads. The pipe is glued together with solvent cement, then secured to the structure before being fitted in accordance with design drawings.
The heads are installed as a first fix so that pressure testing can be done on the whole system up until it’s closed by ceilings or floors, when each head is precisely aligned for maximum accuracy where its cover plate sits flush against the finished ceiling.
Fire Sprinkler Installation
Pipes are secured and fire sprinkler heads fitted, the system is wet pressure tested to 8bar. Every joint is visually inspected for leaks before it’s connected to a water source or a pump set.
The fire sprinkler heads are left with a rubber plastic protective cap. The centre of this cover has a point which will mark the plasterboard to allow the correct size hole to be cut
Once the ceilings are fitted and decoration complete, the protective covers will be removed and decorative sprinkler head plates will be fitted.
Watermatic Fire Sprinkler Systems
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As you would expect from a leader in fire sprinkler supply and support, we only employ LPCB qualified engineers. This Loss Prevention Certification Board standard provides our team – and Watermatic in general – with a globally recognised service accreditation.
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