Sprinkler piping

Victaulic's AquaFlex Flexible Stainless Steel Sprinkler Fitting line has been released.

05/31/2012


Victaulic’s pre-assembled system for the AquaFlex Flexible Stainless Steel Sprinkler Fitting line has been released. The system includes a pre-assembled AquaFlex Series AQB (braided) or Series AQU (corrugated) system featuring a broad line of recessed and concealed pendent sprinklers as well as short and long elbow reducers. A variety of optional accessories to speed installation also are available, including the Victaulic FireLock Style 922 Outlet T for fast, mechanical hole-cut branch-line installation; AquaFlex reducers for Series AQI institutional block wall applications; and the AquaFlex 90-deg Elbows for Series AQB installations in tight spaces. Customers are able to specify flexible hose length, branch line fittings, style of reducers, and recessed or concealed pendent sprinklers.

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