The NITROGEN-PAC M (Modular) Series from UNITED Fire Systems is a unique approach to supplying nitrogen for sprinkler systems. The modular concept allows for the choice of components perfectly sized for the application. Many small to mid-sized systems need an engineered system approach for both proper application and cost-effectiveness. The NITROGEN-PAC M Series permits our expert designers to choose the components that fit your application—with no compromise of protection or dollars.
Learn more about the NITROGEN-PAC M Series by checking out our info sheet or by giving us a call at 908.688.0300.
The NITROGEN-PAC M Series System
All NITROGEN-PAC M Series Systems include:
Robust belt-driven piston-type compressor
Efficient high-torque motor
NEMA-rated air tank
Combination filter/regulator at outlet
Reliable, economical operation
Rated for ISO class 6 dew point
Nitrogen generator module
High-quality separator membrane
Coalescing and particulate filters
Valves for initial-fill bypass
Rugged steel enclosure
NEMA-rated for reliability
Bypass valves for sprinkler initial-fill with air without diluting nitrogen supply
Pressure gage for tank monitoring
Over-pressure relief valve for safety
Nitrogen/air maintenance device for proper system pressure regulation
Purge vent assembly for easy replacement of atmospheric air in sprinkler pipe with nitrogen pressure
Hand-held nitrogen analyzer with digital display to monitor nitrogen purity
NEW – Optional True Advanced Purge (TAP) for automatic full-time display of nitrogen purity and hands-off automatic control of purging. Click here to learn more…
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Did You Know?
If you have a dry standpipe in your structure, can you tell if it’s intact and ready for fire department use? If it’s not, the risk is high. Be sure – a UNITED Fire Systems STANDPIPE-PACsystem will alert you if someone accidentally leaves a valve open or even disassembles a portion of the standpipe inadvertently.