Pendent sprinklers for warehouse and storage applications

Model ESFR-25 is an early suppression fast response (ESFR) pendent sprinkler with a K-factor of 25.2 for warehouse and other storage applications.

09/22/2016


Model ESFR-25 is an early suppression fast response (ESFR) pendent sprinkler with a K-factor of 25.2 for warehouse and other storage applications. Courtesy: TycoTyco's Model ESFR-25 is an early suppression fast response (ESFR) pendent sprinkler with a K-factor of 25.2 for warehouse and other storage applications. The sprinkler is UL listed and FM approved and provides a 48-ft ceiling height protection with a minimum 5-ft aisle width. The Model ESFR-25 pendent sprinkler is listed and approved for a range of storage arrangements and commodity classing, including common storage materials, encapsulated and non-encapsulated class I-IV commodities, and expanded and unexpanded plastics. The sprinkler is available with either NPT or ISO threads and with ordinary and intermediate temperature ratings of 165° and 212°F, respectively.

Tyco

www.tyco-fire.com



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