Hazard: Ordinary and Extra High Hazard
- The Series TY-B, 5.6 and 8.0 K-factor, Conventional Sprinklers are standard response - standard coverage, decorative 5 mm glass bulb type spray sprinklers.
- These sprinklers are intended to be installed either pendent or upright, and in either position, they produce a spherical water discharge pattern with approximately 50% of the discharge directed upwards and approximately 50% of the discharge directed downwards.
- Conventional sprinklers are generally used with Ordinary and Extra High Hazard Class Systems, as defined by the automatic sprinkler system installation rules of the country and authority having jurisdiction.
- The NFPA permits the use of "Old Style Sprinklers" where special construction features require a unique water distribution; for the protection of fur vaults; or, the replacement of similar sprinklers that had been installed prior to 1955.
Temperature: 135, 155, 175, 200, 286, 360
Approval: UL, C-UL, NYC, LPCB, VdS
Response: Standard Response
SIN Numbers: TY4651
Tech Data Sheet: View TFP661
Tech Data Translations[PDF]: CS, DE, ES, FR, IT, PT, RU
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Tech Data Sheet - TFP2300 - Regulatory and Health Warnings
+ What is Proposition 65?
The purpose of Proposition 65 is to ensure the public is informed about the potential exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer,
birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
The law requires the State of California to publish a list of these chemicals.
This list currently contains ~1,000 chemicals; chemicals are added and removed regularly.
Johnson Controls products may have traces of various chemicals that are on the list,
however they are all a part of the normal manufacturing, distribution or labeling process.