Fittings for fire protection systems

FireLock Installation-Ready Fittings require minimal fasteners and offer fast installation while maintaining a safe and efficient jobsite.

03/02/2016


FireLock Installation-Ready Fittings require minimal fasteners and offer fast installation while maintaining a safe and efficient jobsite. Courtesy: VictaulicVictaulic's FireLock Installation-Ready Fittings are designed for fire protection systems. The fittings require less fasteners and offer fast installation while maintaining a safe and efficient jobsite. Standard grooved pipe and accessories are joined by pushing the installation-ready elbow onto the pipe and tightening three bolts. Victaulic FireLock Installation-Ready Fittings reduce the number of parts on a jobsite, minimizing the jobsite inventory and material handling by reducing the number of times the sprinkler fitter needs to go up and down the lift or ladder. They also have no loose parts to drop or lose, minimizing jobsite inventory and material handling onsite. Victaulic FireLock Installation-Ready Fittings are available in 1¼- to 2½-in./DN32-DN65 sizes.

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