Fire Sprinkler System

RSD FIRE ENGINEERING area specialised in designing, supply, installation and servicing of fire sprinkler systems. Fire sprinkler system is one of the active fire protection measure typically consisting of a water supply, a pre-designed system of pipework and fire sprinkler heads.

Generally the system is permanently charged with water. This system is more reliable and effective way of fire protection.

Wet pipe sprinkler systems contain water in the riser and piping at all times. As soon as a sprinkler head activates due to the heat of a fire, water is immediately discharged through the sprinkler head. A sprinkler system employing automatic sprinklers attached to a piping system containing water. This piping system is connected to a water supply so that water discharges immediately from sprinklers opened by heat from a fire.

Deluge Sprinkler System:

A fire sprinkler system will extinguish a fire in its early stages and automatically activate with no user intervention.

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A sprinkler system employing open sprinklers attached to a piping system that is connected to a water supply through a deluge valve which opens upon an electrical signal received from a smoke, heat, beam and flame (infra-red) detectordue an event of fire. These detectors are installed in the same areas as the sprinklers.. In a deluge system, all sprinkler heads (or nozzles) are open and will flow water simultaneously. When this valve opens, water flows into the piping system and discharges from all sprinklers attached thereto. Deluge systems are often found in aircraft hangars or where large quantities of flammable liquids are used in industrial processes. Deluge systems not only extinguish the fire but are also designed to cool any surrounding equipment or supporting structure as necessary, thereby effectively preventing the further spread of fire. Such structural cooling is via the use of medium velocity spray nozzles with high velocity nozzles used to extinguish hydrocarbons via emulsification. Deluge fire sprinkler systems are an efficient and effective method of fire protection in high risk flammable environments.


A pre-action type of sprinkler system consists of fusible sprinkler heads, dry piping, and a valve which is opened upon an electrical signal from a smoke, heat, or infrared (flame) detector. Pre-action systems are most often found in rooms where sensitive electronic equipment is used. The idea is that once a fire is detected, the valve opens admitting water to the piping. If manual fire control efforts are unsuccessful, the sprinkler system actuates and will quickly control the fire. By maintaining the piping dry during normal operations, the danger of a large water damage loss due to a break in the piping or accidental damage to a sprinkler head, is avoided. Pre-action fire sprinkler systems are utilised within environments containing delicate, precious and rare items where accidental fire sprinkler head activation and subsequent water discharge is undesired.