Fire suppression sprinklers

RAVEN studio sprinklers are designed for use in commercial spaces such as offices, hospitals, universities, schools, apartments, and hotels.

07/16/2015


Deck: RAVEN studio sprinklers are designed for use in commercial spaces such as offic¬es, hospitals, universities, schools, apartments, and hotels. Courtesy: Tyco Fire Protection ProductsRAVEN studio sprinklers are designed for use in commercial spaces such as offices, hospitals, universities, schools, apartments, and hotels. Incorporating an unobtrusive, low-profile design with a paint-in-place escutcheon, the sprinklers are discrete to provide architects and interior designers creative freedom. The flush design conceals the deflector and other operating parts above the link assembly. The sprinklers are rated as quick-response sprinklers and are available in standard and extended-coverage. They are UL- and C-UL-listed and available in pendent and horizontal sidewall configurations.

Tyco Fire Protection Products

www.tyco-fire.com



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