Flexible fire sprinkler connections, known in the trade as "flex heads", are sprinkler system components. The two- to three-piece set connects a fire main to a sprinkler head as quickly and easily as you connect your garden hose to your lawn sprinkler. Of course, you wouldn't DIY this job, you'd trustIntegrity Fire Safety Services to do all your installs, just like we'd trust you to do what you do best — experience shows!
Flex Head Benefits
The traditional hard pipes have centuries of history,
Unlike many fire protection providers, Integrity Fire Safety Services doesn't do contracts like other service providers. We offer afull range of services to our clients, but we do it right. We're confident that we will win your business year over year based on the level of service we provide, and, so far, we've been right.
Almost all service contracts in the fire protection industry can be terminated with nothing more than a 30-day notice. Meaning that, like a high school boyfriend or girlfriend, y
If your building has an area that regularly gets below freeze point (32 degrees Fahrenheit/0 degrees Celsius), a water-filled sprinkler system can't always keep you safe because these wet systems are susceptible to freezing, causing damages to the sprinkler piping. Taking a cue from car manufacturers, antifreeze systems were developed using propylene glycol or glycerin to drop the system’s freeze point to below what Mother Nature can inflict.Upside/DownsideAntifreeze systems for cold-weather wet fire suppression systems were developed because wet suppression systems are simpler to install and maintain than dry valve systems. If some part of your facility is prone to freezing, Integrity Fire Sa
From Chuck Stewart, one of Integrity's most senior fire alarm technicians: "I've been in this industry for several years and one of the odd challenges we come up against every now and then is 'the chirp'. When a building's tenant reports that annoying chirp you usually hear from smoke detectors, we have to hunt those crickets down. On one occasion, we made several visits to a location where we never actually heard the sound that a tenant was reporting. Even after completely swapping all the smoke detectors for new units, the client still complained. Finally, we got lucky and caught the cricket – unfortunately, we found the sound was coming from a carbon monoxide detector that was plugged into an outlet and was not easily visible either. Lesson learned and