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#357 – A Guide to Mechanical Tees for Fire Sprinkler Systems

#357 – A Guide to Mechanical Tees for Fire Sprinkler Systems

Mechanical tees make adding branch lines to fire sprinkler systems easy. Learn how mechanical tees work and how to install them.
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#356 – Sprinkler System Drain Caps: Why Do You Need Them?

#356 – Sprinkler System Drain Caps: Why Do You Need Them?

Grooved drain caps make it simple to flush water from fire protection systems thoroughly, and also serve as transitional fittings. Learn more.
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#355 – When and How to Contact the Authority Having Jurisdiction

#355 – When and How to Contact the Authority Having Jurisdiction

Learn when to contact your authority having jurisdiction—including for building permits, impairments, licenses, and other technical questions.
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#354 – Recessed vs. Concealed Sprinkler Heads: What's The Difference?

#354 – Recessed vs. Concealed Sprinkler Heads: What's The Difference?

Recessed sprinklers stay in sight. Cover plates hide concealed sprinklers. But learn why there's more to these types sprinklers than meets the eye.
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#353 – Victaulic Sprinkler Heads: A Guide to Different Models

#353 – Victaulic Sprinkler Heads: A Guide to Different Models

Choosing fire sprinkler heads shouldn’t be hard. Learn about Victaulic sprinkler heads, including technical specs and global approvals.
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#352 – The Essential Guide to Tyco Sprinkler Heads

#352 – The Essential Guide to Tyco Sprinkler Heads

Choosing fire sprinklers shouldn’t be difficult. Learn about the broad selection of Tyco sprinkler heads for any application.
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#351 – A Guide to Viking Fire Sprinkler Heads

#351 – A Guide to Viking Fire Sprinkler Heads

Viking fire sprinkler heads fill many roles. QRFS outlines the features of 3 lines of Viking’s commercial fire sprinkler heads—Model M, XT1, and Mirage.
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#350 – Guide to Corrosion-Resistant Fire Sprinkler Heads

#350 – Guide to Corrosion-Resistant Fire Sprinkler Heads

Fire sprinkler heads corrode quickly in certain environments—here are the models that resist it Corrosion converts compounds such as iron, brass, and...
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#349 – Custom Fire Sprinkler Covers: A Perfect Match to Your Wall or Ceiling

#349 – Custom Fire Sprinkler Covers: A Perfect Match to Your Wall or Ceiling

How to order custom colors and finishes for fire sprinkler cover plates Unmatched fire sprinkler covers can stand out like a sore...
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#348 – Sprinkler Identification Numbers and SIN Directories

#348 – Sprinkler Identification Numbers and SIN Directories

Sprinkler identification numbers make code-compliant repairs and upgrades possible. Use our tables to quickly find the sprinklers, escutcheons, wrenches, and cover plates you need.
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