Article and photos by Gregory Havel
Probably the most common water supply for a computerized fire sprinkler system is through an association to a town water system. Link with an overhead water tank or even a ground-level pressurized reservoir could be similar.
Photo 1 (below) shows an eight-inch water main rising through a floor to provide a sprinkler system in a big school. Two anchor rods are noticeable; they stretch through the floor parallel towards the pipeline and generally are bolted in to the flange towards the top of the reduced pipeline part. Continue reading “Construction Concerns: Sprinkler Liquid Provide. Link Your Digital Camcorder to Your television”