Sprinkler extinguishing system

The development of the first sprinkler system dates back to the middle of the last century. This technology stemmed from the American textile industry which often endured devastating fires due to the highly flammable material cotton. Through the installation of an open piping network which could be manually pressurized with water in the event of a fire, lives and machinery could be protected effectively for the very first time.

Over the years, a wide range of sprinkler systems were developed and successfully implemented in many different areas. The English and German word „sprinkler “stood and still stands for a functional unit consisting of a nozzle, a closure and a heat-dependent release mechanism. Nowadays, sprinkler systems have of course become more complex

Areas of use

TIMBER-PROCESSING COMPANIES

INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES

LOGISTICS CENTRES

PRODUCTION HALLS

WAREHOUSES

UNDERGROUND CAR PARKS

SHOPPING CENTERS

EXHIBITION HALLS

HOTELS

HOSPITALS AND CARE HOMES HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS OFFICES

AIRPORTS

AND MUCH MORE