PREACTION-PAC is a Factory Mutual (FM) Approved, fully integrated preaction fire suppression assembly. It includes a preaction valve, compressor, and control panel providing one complete zone of preaction water sprinkler fire protection. All components are contained in two steel enclosures assembled one above the other. The system pressure gauges and the required manual release handle are mounted on the front of the lower enclosure. The system detection and control panel is mounted behind a door in the upper enclosure with a clear poly-carbonate window allowing visual access to the system indicators. Lockable latches on both doors permit authorized access to all system components. Both enclosures are finished in powder-coat red paint. Gasketing provides sealing of the enclosure doors. Knockouts permit easy attachment of external electrical conduits.
CSFM Listing No. 7080-2143:0100
FDNY Certificate of Approval # 6148
Fully factory assembled, programmed and tested
No field assembly required
Includes detection/control panel and preaction valve
Just connect water supply, drain, and field electrical devices
Attractive and rugged metal enclosure
Easy-to-see gauges on front of enclosure
Easy access to manual release valve
Installation drawings available
Low and upper water inlet connections
Easy-to-follow instructions on enclosure front
Space for required spare sprinkler heads and wrench
Separate mechanical and electrical enclosures
1-1/2″ thru 4″ valve options
Addressable or conventional control panel options
Saves assembly and programming time
Quicker commissioning – just place, connect and it’s ready
Finished appearance allows placement in or near hazard
Easy inspection and maintenance
Rapid access to manual release handle
Up to 636 addressable points on one system
Reliable, dependable protection that functions as designed
Expert field and in-house technical support
PREACTION-PAC Approvals & Listings
PREACTION-PAC is approved by Factory Mutual (FM), the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY), and listed with the California State Fire Marshall (CSFM). Below are links to each of these documents in PDF format.
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Did You Know?
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