Tyco Cover Plate and Protective Cap Tool for Concealed Sprinklers
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|SKU||Construction||Sprinkler Models||Tyco Part Number|
|TYCP||One-Piece Molded with Foam||LFII & RFII||56-000-1300|
|SINs (Sprinkler Identification Number)||Availbility|
|TY2524, TY3531, TY3532, TY3551, TY3596||Usually ships within 48 hours|
Tyco Cover Plate and Protective Cap Utility Tool is designed to speed the installation of Tyco RFII and LFII cover plates and remove protective caps that come standard on concealed sprinklers. Available in bright orange, this tool includes a padded interior, a notched hole for Tyco's unique, pointed sprinkler protective caps, and flexible design that fits a painter's pole or 1" CPVC to install plates and remove caps without the need for a ladder.
Fire Sprinkler Wrench Helpful Tips:
Tip 1: It is recommended that a qualified professional replace fire sprinklers or in any other way modify a fire sprinkler system.
Tip 2: A fire sprinkler's size describes the inner orifice diameter - either half (1/2") or three-quarter (3/4") inch. The outer diamter of a (1/2") sprinkler's threads measures close to three-quarter inch. The other diameter of a (3/4") sprinkler's threads measures close to one inch. Most offices, small retail locations, etc. have (1/2") sprinklers. This applies to ordering wrenches - make sure to get the wrench that fits your size sprinkler.
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.