Over time, fire sprinkler manufacturers collapse, merge, or discontinue products, making repairs to fire sprinkler systems more difficult. Our manufacturer identification and product replacement guide can help make that task a little easier.
Posted by Jason Hugo on 7/24/2018 to Fire Sprinkler Cover Plates
Fire sprinkler cover plates must be rated for the exact temperature that fits a specific sprinkler head. QRFS explains how to determine the right temperature rating when looking to replace a cover plate.
Posted by Jason Hugo on 7/10/2018 to Fire Sprinkler Cover Plates
Regular inspections are required to keep commercial fire sprinkler systems working and up to code. In the first part of a series, QRFS explains the steps involved in the annual visual inspection of fire sprinkler heads.
Posted by Jason Hugo on 6/5/2018 to Fire Sprinkler Cover Plates
Cleanrooms that are used in manufacturing, research, and medical facilities require fire sprinkler systems that are easy to clean without damaging the sprinkler heads. QRFS details the benefits of fire sprinkler cover plates in cleanrooms and other highly-sanitary environments.
Posted by Jason Hugo on 5/1/2018 to Fire Sprinkler Cover Plates
In this article, we’ll show you what makes the Model A cover plate so unique. Furthermore, we’ll explain why they’re so rare and help you explore the available options.
Posted by Jason Hugo and Anna Hartenbach on 9/14/2017 to Fire Sprinkler Cover Plates
Finding the right cover plate for you fire sprinkler is easier than you think. In this blog, learn how to remove your current cover plate, figure out the manufacturer, and find the correct one for your fire sprinkler today!
Posted by Jason Hugo and Courtney Montanye on 11/4/2016 to Fire Sprinkler Cover Plates