According to usage area and design standard; upright sprinkler, pendent sprinkler, concealed sprinkler, sidewall sprinkler, Early Suppression Fast Response (ESFR) sprinkler, extened coverage large drop (ELO) sprinkler, dry type sprinkler, foam-water sprinkler, window type sprinkler, cooling nozzles, … etc.
UL listed and FM approved sprinkler heads used in water extinguishing systems.
Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systems: Wet pipe sprinkler systems, automatic sprinkler heads connected to a water source and water is located in the pipe systems. In these systems, the sprinklers are opened with the effect of heat caused by fire and they allow water to discharge onto the burning materials. Depending on the ambient temperature in the area of use, the sprinklers are activated at a temperature set between 40 ° C and 350 ° C. Most sprinklers allow approximately 70-100 liters of water to be discharged to the scene of the fire. For some special applications, the amount of water discharged in sprinklers can reach up to 400 liters per minute. In wet pipe sprinkler systems, since the pipelines are filled with water up to the sprinklers, they should be used in spaces with an ambient temperature of more than 4°C. If a small part of the space is exposed to low temperatures; an additional closed circuit is formed in the pipelines and filled with antifreeze solution into the pipelines in this part.