908.688.0300

FM Approved Nitrogen-Pac SC (Self-Contained) Series

The NITROGEN-PAC SC (Self-Contained) Series is a family of FM Approved nitrogen-based sprinkler corrosion inhibiting systems, providing high-purity dry nitrogen for the interior of preaction and dry sprinkler piping. These units feature a compressor for system fast-fill and nitrogen generation, refrigerated drying of the air for the lowest possible moisture content, and membrane technology for efficient nitrogen generation. The SC Series factory-assembled units save space and shorten installation and commissioning time.

NITROGEN-PAC SC Series Features & Benefits:

  • FM Approved
  • Fully factory assembled, adjusted, and tested
  • No field assembly required
  • Just attach AC power and run piping to sprinkler riser
  • Built-in UL Listed oilless air compressor
  • UL Listed refrigerated dryer delivers -40°F dew point air
  • Membrane-based nitrogen generation
  • Built-in particulate and coalescing filters
  • Single or multiple riser capable
  • 22 gallon nitrogen receiver
  • Digital compressor runtime monitor
  • Visual indicators of system status
  • Leveling feet
  • Rugged steel construction
  • Saves installation, assembly, and testing time
  • Smallest footprint complete nitrogen system available today
  • Quicker commissioning – just place, connect, and it’s ready
  • Nitrogen generation and sprinkler fast-fill (per NFPA 13) from just one unit
  • Our new True Advanced Purge (TAP) can be used with the NITROGEN-PAC SC! Click here to learn more…

Data Sheets

Installation, Commissioning & Maintenance Manual

Commissioning and Maintenance Checklists

Engineering Specifications & Drawings

Equipment Selection Guide


Contact Our Team

You're looking for expertise and quality. That's where we come in.


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-PAC system will alert you if someone accidentally leaves a valve open or even disassembles a portion of the standpipe inadvertently.