Pneumatic control systems

The FireChek pneumatic control system comes with quick-exhaust and pilot valves to quickly shut down large pneumatic actuators in fire situations.

09/11/2015


The FireChek pneumatic control system comes with quick-exhaust and pilot valves to quickly shut down large pneumatic actuators in fire situations. Courtesy: FireCheckFireChek comes with thermal shutoffs and resettable memory shape alloy to automatically shut down a pneumatic control system when a nearby fire occurs, or when the ambient temperature reaches 135, 150, or 165 F.  The testability and reset makes it a preferred choice over emergency isolation valves that rely on fusible links or plastic burn-through tubing. When the FireChek senses excessive heat from a nearby fire, it immediately closes the air-supply line to prevent the air from feeding the fire.

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