Sprinkler systems are one of the oldest fire suppression systems still in use today. It consists of a water supply system that provides adequate pressure and flows to a water distribution
system onto which the fire sprinklers are connected.
There are various types of fire sprinkler systems such as Pre-action, Dry Pipe, Wet Pipe, Deluge, etc.

A sprinkler system comprises three main components:

  • A water supply, which may be the town mains in the street (if adequate in capability); a sectional water tank and pump set or similar self-contained water source.
  • A means of controlling the supply of water into the sprinkler system, usually through sets of valves, a network of pipes, and individual zones.
  • An array of sprinkler heads strategically placed throughout the protected area to the requirements of the relevant standard.


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