Have a Dry Pipe Fire Sprinkler installed on your property
Dry pipe fire prevention sprinkler systems are similar to wet pipe systems because of the way they activate. The difference between the two systems is that no water is stored within the pipes.
Instead of water, dry pipes contain pressurized air or nitrogen. When the sprinkler is activated, the release of air allows the water pressure to open the valve, letting water flow freely from the sprinkler head. The storage of air instead of water prevents your pipes from freezing the way they do in wet pipe systems. That makes dry sprinkler systems the perfect choice for properties that are not temperature controlled, such as warehouses or outdoor spaces.
Choose the best system for your property type
While dry sprinkler systems are ideal for non-temperature controlled properties, they are a lot more complex than wet systems. They require a sufficient air supply, and the delay in water discharge call for special design requirements
One of the sprinkler system experts at Design Build Fire Protection will help you determine if a dry pipe sprinkler system is right for your property.