Fire Sprinkler Systems

Sprinkler systems provide an additional degree of protection for both life and property above smoke and/or other fire detection systems. A correctly designed and installed sprinkler system can detect and control a fire at an early stage of development and activate an alarm. Correct operation of the system will rapidly reduce the production rate of heat and smoke, allowing more time for the occupants to escape safely or be rescued.

These BSI standards are a safety must-have. They specify requirements and give recommendations for the design, installation and maintenance of fire sprinkler systems in buildings and industrial plants, as well as residential and domestic environments.

BS 7273-3:2008
Code of practice for the operation of fire protection measures. Electrical actuation of pre-action watermist and sprinkler systems

BS EN 12845:2004+Amendment 2:2009
Fixed firefighting systems. Automatic sprinkler systems. Design, installation and maintenance

BS 9251:2005
Sprinkler systems for residential and domestic occupancies.Code of practice

ISO 6182-5:2006
Fire protection - Automatic sprinkler systems Part 5: Requirements and test methods for deluge valves

ISO 6182-6:2006
Fire protection - Automatic sprinkler systems Part 6: Requirements and test methods for check valves

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