Automatic Fire Sprinkler System

An integrated system of underground and overhead piping designed in accordance with fire protection engineering standards. The system has sprinklers which acts as a control device that operates automatically when its heat activated element is heated to its thermal rating or above allowing water to discharge over a specified area.


  • Automatic fire sprinklers have been in use in the U.S. since 1874.
  • Fire sprinklers are widely recognized as the single most effective method for fighting the spread of fires in their early stages.
  • When one fire sprinkler head goes off to fight a fire the entire sprinkler system does NOT activate. Sprinklers react to temperatures in individual rooms.
  • The chances of a fire sprinkler accidentally going off are extremely remote.

MAIN Components OF AFSS

1. Fire Pump with Controller

2. Jockey Pump with Controller

3. Alarm Check Valve Assy.

4. Swing Check Valve

5. Floor Control Valve

6. Water Flow Detector

7. Sight Glass1

8. Gate Valve/Ball Valve

9. Fire Hose Cabinet with Accessories

10. Pressure Relief Valve

11.Source of Water or Fire Water Tank

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