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 Victaulic Domed Fire Sprinkler Cover Plate For V27 Sprinkler in Polished Chrome
Domed Cover Plate - Chrome

Victaulic Domed Fire Sprinkler Cover Plate For V27 Sprinkler in Polished Chrome

Your Price:$12.00
Part Number:DCPCR135
Quantity Pricing
  • 25 - 499
  • $11.76
  • 500+
  • $11.40
Part Number Temperatures Approvals / Listings
DCPCR 135° F (57° C), 155° F (68° C) UL, ULc, FM
Cover Plate Finishes Fire Sprinkler Stock Status
Chrome Plated V27 In Stock

Product Details

Victaulic domed cover plate for fire sprinkler model V2734, V2726, V3904, and V2742. When a cover plate reaches a specified temperature the solder holding the decorative exterior of the cover plate to its frame melts and the two separate. The temperature of the cover plate should be at a minimum 20ï¾°F cooler than the sprinkler head itself ensuring adequate separation time prior to sprinkler activation.

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Fire sprinkler cover plate is available online in two temperatures:

135° F, 57° C & 155° F, 68° C

Fire sprinkler concealer plate available online in three finishes:

Chrome Plated, White Painted

*Black and other colors available by special request. All special request domed cover plates, including chrome, are special order and are non-refundable, non-returnable.

Fire sprinkler cover plate listings:

UL Listed, ULc Listed, FM Approved

Can I paint my fire sprinkler cover plate?

Fire Sprinkler Helpful Tips:

Tip 1: When replacing coverplates it is important to purchase replacements from the same manufacturer as the fire sprinkler. Each manufacturer's plate is a little different in size, color, etc. Manufacturer and temperature of a coverplate is printed on the base of the plate requiring removal to inspect. Most cover plates are either twist off or pull off.

Tip 2: It is recommended that a qualified professional replace fire sprinklers or in any other way modify a fire sprinkler system.

Tip 3: Spare fire sprinkler heads and a wrench should be accessible at all times in a facility with a commercial fire sprinkler system installed. Often state regulations apply, too. Check with your local fire department.

Tip 4: Fire sprinkler systems should be visually inspected often and professionally inspected annually.

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