Automatic Sprinklers – AG Series

AG Fire Sprinkler Model AG-81, Pendent and Upright sprinklers described in this technical data sheet are standard response, standard coverage 5 mm glass bulb. These sprinklers are designed for use in commercial buildings and factories.

Thermosensitive glass bulb 5 mm is used. The bulb contains a special liquid hermetically sealed in a glass capsule.

Medium Velocity Water Spray Nozzles

High Velocity Water Spray Nozzles

Foam Nozzle

Foam-Water Sprinklers models REB-015U and REI-015U are open and air aspirating type. They are used in deluge foam systems. The Foam-Water Sprinkler has standard orifice with K-factor of 42.

Foam-Water Sprinklers are designed to operate at a minimum pressure of 2,2 bar (32 psi) and a maximum of 4,4 bar (64 psi). The Foam-Water Sprinkler with K-42 will deliver about 61 lpm at 2 bar pressure. The standard coverage per Foam-Water Sprinkler is 9.3m2. (100sq.ft.).

OSY2 Supervisory Switch

The OSY2 is used to monitor the open position of an outside Screw and Yoke (OS & Y) type gate valve.

  • NEMA 3R-rated enclosure
  • User-friendly mounting bracket fits newer valve yokes
  • Single side conduit entry does not require right   angle fittings
  • Adjustable length actuator eliminates the need for cutting the shaft
  • Accommodates up to 12 AWG wire
  • Three position switch monitors vandal and valve close signals
  • Two SPDT contacts are enclosed in a durable terminal block for added strength
  • 100 percent synchronization activates both alarm panel and local bell simultaneously.

Water Motor Alarm

AG`s Model WM Water Motor Alarms are hydraulically operated indoor and outdoor alarms for use with fire protection systems. They are light yet durable, and can be used in conjunction with alarm check, dry pipe, deluge, and pre-action valves to sound a local alarm.

This water-powered system eliminates the need for an electrical alarm and will operate even if electrical power is lost.

Alarm Check Valve

The AG Sprinkler Model H-1, H-2 and H-3 Alarm Check Valves are used in wet pipe fire sprinkler systems. They primarily serve a dual purpose in that they prevent a reverse flow of water through their bodies (non-return) and also provide for the use of a hydraulic fire alarm which is not dependent upon an electrical power supply for its operation.

Through the use of a hydraulic retard chamber a time delay is provided to eliminate potential false alarms caused by fluctuating water supply pressures. Where constant pressure water supplies are used the retard chamber (time delay) is not necessary. By incorporating the use of electrical pressure switches, other supplemental alarms, annunciators etc. may also be used.

Latching Clapper Deluge Valve

The Model AGCX from AG Fire Sprinkler Deluge Valve is a hydraulically operated, latching clapper-type valve used to control the water supply to a deluge or pre-action system. Deluge systems use open sprinklers or nozzles as discharge outlets in the fire area, while pre-action systems use closed sprinklers or nozzles. Both systems use separate detection devices to control the operation of the Deluge Valve.

The AG Model AGCX Deluge Valve can be reset externally, without cover removal. This is accomplished by pushing in and turning the external reset knob at the rear of the Deluge Valve.

Hydrant Flow Gauge & Mains Testing Outfit

Tested by the British hydro mechanics research association indispensable for water supply planning and fire protection.

Standard equipment in the water industry; fire brigades; sprinkler and insurance companies; hospitals; etc.

Alarm Pressure Switches

Pressure water flow switches model PS10 has been designed to be installed on a fire sprinkler system. It is suitable for indoor or outdoor service with a NEMA 4/IP66 rating.

Flow Switch

The Model VSR is a vane type waterflow switch for use on wet sprinkler systems.

The VSR may also be used as a sectional waterflow detector on large systems. The VSR contains two single pole, double throw, snap action switches and an adjustable, instantly recycling pneumatic retard. The switches are actuated when a flow of 10 gpm (38 lpm) or more occurs downstream of the device. The flow condition must exist for a period of time necessary to overcome the selected retard period.

FSD Flow Proving Aparatus

The FSD water supply Proving Apparatus has been designed around the requirements of the Automatic Sprinkler Inspection Bureau, to facilitate the periodic testing of water supply and pressure available at The Sprinkler Installation Control Valve, for various Hazard Classes.

Flow Meter – LPCB Approved

LPCB approved sprinkler system flow meter that can be installed between flanges (Fireflange) or with grooved couplings (Firegroove). Unit includes integral restrictor and bleed assembly, filter and drain assembly plus spare metering glass.

The preferred installation pipe layout would include the optional full bore isolating valve upstream of the meter and a control valve down stream of the meter.

Available in various flow requirements

Units can also be installed in parallel for higher flow requirements.

NB:  Care must be taken to ensure that the A.S.I.B limitations regarding the design of drain pipework downstream of the Proving Apparatus are adhered to.

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