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Tyco Fire Products Brand

Dry Type Pendent Sprinklers
Early Suppression Fast Response 16.8 K-factor


Features:
  • Early Suppression, Fast Response (ESFR)
  • The Model ESFR-17 Dry Type Sprinklers are primarily used for ceiling only sprinkler protection and used to protect solid piled, palletized, and rack storage that is subject to freezing temperatures
  • Suppression mode sprinklers that are especially advantageous as a means of eliminating in-rack sprinklers when protecting high-piled box-in-box refrigerated storage areas
  • The drop between the inlet and sprinkler remains dry until the sprinkler operates, allowing for a pendent sprinkler installation on a wet pipe sprinkler system where the dry drop and sprinkler are located in an area subjected to freezing temperatures
  • Eliminates in-rack sprinklers for box-in-box applications
  • The Model ESFR-17 Dry Type Pendent Sprinkler is FM Approved and has successfully undergone full-scale fire testing at FM Global, when used in conformance with applicable FM Global Property Loss Prevention Data Sheets.
  • Less costly to install and maintain than pre-action or antifreeze systems
  • Passed UL 1767 compliance program testing for salt spray corrosion compliance. More Information
  • More Information: Browse Product Flyer
Hazard: Storage
Temperature: 165, 212
Thread: 1-1/4"
Approval: UL, FM
Response: FR
SIN Numbers: TY7229
Wrench: W26
Tech Data Sheet: View TFP320
Tech Data Translations[PDF]: DE, ES-MX, ES, FR, IT, PL

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