Fire Sprinkler system is one of the most effective system to extinguish fire. As per NFPA “Sprinklers were effective in controlling the fire in 96% of the fires in which they operated.”
Fire sprinklers work because high heat triggers the sprinkler system. When a blaze ignites, the air directly above it heats rapidly. This hot air rises and spreads along the ceiling. When the air is hot enough and reaches a sprinkler head, it triggers a chain reaction. Most sprinkler heads feature a glass bulb filled with a glycerin‐based liquid. This liquid expands when it comes in contact with air heated. When the liquid expands, it shatters its glass confines and the sprinkler head activates.
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