Article and photos by Gregory Havel
The absolute most water that is common for a computerized fire sprinkler system is by an association to a town water system. Link with an overhead water tank or a ground-level pressurized reservoir could be comparable.
Picture 1 (below) shows an eight-inch water main rising through a floor to provide a sprinkler system in a school that is large. Two anchor rods are noticeable; they stretch through a floor parallel towards the pipeline as they are bolted in to the flange near the top of the low pipeline part. One other ends of the rods aren’t visible. They move across, and so are attached with, bolt holes within the 90В° elbow below the ground and are also also anchored to the tangible thrust block, also underneath the flooring. (more…)