Fire Sprinkler System Components

  1. #190 – Commercial Fire Sprinkler Systems are Tax Deductible

    #190 – Commercial Fire Sprinkler Systems are Tax Deductible
    QRFS explains who qualifies for the new fire sprinkler tax deduction and how your business can minimize the risk of costly damage while taking advantage of significant tax savings.
  2. #189 – Guide to Flexible Fire Sprinkler Drops, Part 1: Ceilings, Sprinkler Armovers, and Seismic Issues

    #189 – Guide to Flexible Fire Sprinkler Drops, Part 1: Ceilings, Sprinkler Armovers, and Seismic Issues
    QRFS looks at the adoption of flexible fire sprinkler drops, explaining how they work with suspended ceilings, why they install faster than sprinkler armovers, and how they help installers protect sprinkler systems against earthquakes.
  3. #188 – Fire Sprinkler Market: Growth Trends, Projections, and Opportunities

    #188 – Fire Sprinkler Market: Growth Trends, Projections, and Opportunities
    Growth in the use of automatic fire sprinklers continues to surge thanks to a combination of technology innovation, regulatory trends, and growing documentation on the effectiveness and reliability of fire sprinklers across industries and sectors.
  4. #185 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 6: Quarterly, Annual, and Longer Inspections

    #185 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 6: Quarterly, Annual, and Longer Inspections
    QRFS finishes its thorough guide to meeting NFPA 25 timelines for dry sprinkler system inspections, covering the longer deadlines for various components.
  5. #179 – CPVC Pipe and Fittings in Fire Sprinkler Systems: Use and Care

    #179 – CPVC Pipe and Fittings in Fire Sprinkler Systems: Use and Care
    CPVC pipe offers a quick and easy way to install fire sprinkler systems in light-hazard applications, without the expense or hassle of using metal. To implement a successful design, installers have to be aware of compatible chemicals and uses, product care, and listed uses.
  6. #177 – Retrofitting Fire Sprinklers: What a Large-Scale Project Needs for Success

    #177 – Retrofitting Fire Sprinklers: What a Large-Scale Project Needs for Success
    Learn how large fire sprinkler retrofits get off the ground, what causes communities to enact local laws, the needed elements to comply, and why smart project management is essential to a successful project.
  7. #176 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 5: Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Inspections

    #176 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 5: Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Inspections
    Read this guide for meeting NFPA 25’s daily, weekly, and monthly inspection timelines for dry sprinkler systems.
  8. #175 – What are Water Mist Fire Sprinkler Systems?

    #175 – What are Water Mist Fire Sprinkler Systems?
    Powered by small water droplets, water mist fire suppression systems may outperform conventional fire sprinkler systems and their usual alternatives. QRFS looks at how water mist systems work, their types, usage, and maintenance in accordance with NFPA 750.
  9. #169 – Fire Protection for Transient Occupancies: Hotels, Dormitories, and Lodging and Rooming Houses

    #169 – Fire Protection for Transient Occupancies: Hotels, Dormitories, and Lodging and Rooming Houses
    Learn the National Fire Protection Association and International Fire Code fire sprinkler and fire alarm requirements for hotels, lodging and rooming houses, and dormitories.
  10. #168 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 4: Installation of Air-Compressors and Air Maintenance Devices

    #168 – Guide to Dry Sprinkler Systems, Part 4: Installation of Air-Compressors and Air Maintenance Devices
    A dependable and properly maintained supply of pressurized air is key to the reliable operation of dry sprinkler systems. QRFS helps you understand NFPA requirements for installing air compressors and air maintenance devices.

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