Link to MB Fire Sprinklers UK

Here is a link to our sister company http://www.mbfiresprinklers.uk 

MB Fire Sprinklers Ltd was Incorporated in July 2017, offering installation and ongoing maintenance of domestic fire sprinklers.

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Automatic Domestic Fire Sprinklers installation explained

A residential fire sprinkler system is designed specifically for the domestic environment as per BS 9251:2014 Fire sprinkler systems for domestic and residential occupancies – Code of practice.

All the pipework is concealed in the floors and walls, and the sprinklers themselves are small, neat and blend in with the decor. They are available in a range of colours and finishes and even concealed models can be obtained.

The heads are connected through a system of pipes to the water mains or an alternative secure source of water. Most rooms require 1 or 2 sprinkler heads to afford complete protection.

Minimal disruption

The process of installation is similar to putting in central heating system, but with much less pipework, and thus less disruption.

An adequate and reliable water supply is essential for a sprinkler system. This can normally be obtained directly from the water mains, but in some cases may need to be stored on site.

 

See Automatic Domestic Fire Sprinklers installation explained in this short clip

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