Stop the Freeze and Prevent the Flood

Often parking facilities, warehouses, loading docks, attics, and unheated areas are protected by a dry or pre-action fire sprinkler system. Despite the name, dry systems still collect condensation and are therefore required by NFPA code to have auxiliary drains or low point drains to collect and drain the trapped moisture.  If not properly maintained, these drains are susceptible to freezing during the winter months. The ice ruptures the auxiliary drain which releases system pressure causing water to fill the system. The broken drain then dumps water into the facility causing property damage, slip and fall hazards, and possible revenue loss. AGF's fire sprinkler products are NFPA 13 compliant and solve common issues caused by freezing temperatures. They can easily be retrofit onto existing systems and prevent catastrophic property damage.

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Stop The Flood

Avoid catastrophic flood damage with the
Flood Eliminator.

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Prevent Freezing

Heated cabinets for security and ultimate
freeze protection

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Simplify Maintenance

Water detector alarms alert you when
maintenance is needed.

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The Cost of

False System Trips

from Frozen Drum Drips

  • Fire protection system service & repair
  • Water damage mitigation
  • Lost revenue for building occupants
  • Potential fines from local government
  • Strain on fire department resources
  • Unnecessary danger & liability

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