How can engineers design wet fire sprinkler systems equipped to prevent corrosion and dry systems equipped to prevent freezing? That has long been a question central to code requirements and new product development. Recent innovations have presented a few possible answers to that question. By including new products like air vents, self-draining auxiliary drains in heated cabinets, and flood elimination devices, engineers can design systems better equipped to protect themselves against the common pitfalls of corrosion and freezing.
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