Flexible dry sprinkler combines for residential and commercial buildings

VicFlex VS1 flexible dry sprinkler combines flexible fittings technology with traditional dry sprinkler technology that provides freeze protection.

07/19/2016


VicFlex VS1 flexible dry sprinkler combines flexible fittings technology with traditional dry sprinkler technology that provides freeze protection. Courtesy: VictaulicVictaulic's VicFlex VS1 flexible dry sprinkler combines flexible fittings technology with traditional dry sprinkler technology that provides freeze protection. The dry sprinkler can bend for accurate and easy installation, keeping the water safely back in the heated space. Other features include one-piece brackets with no loose parts and increased design flexibility. Common applications for the VicFlex Dry Sprinkler include multi-family residential apartments, balconies and breezeways of commercial buildings, as well as parking garages. The VicFlex Dry Sprinkler is available as a K5.6 commercial dry sprinkler in both sidewall and pendent orientations, including a flat-plate concealed version. Available sizes include 38, 50, or 58 in. lengths.

Victaulic

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