a dry sprinkler system is designed to be filled with pressurized air. in the event of a fire, the head would melt, and trigger a pressure change in the system, releasing the dry pipe valve which would let water pass through the system to get to the fire.

here’s the question, though:

What if there was water in the system, when would you know? likely the answer would be:

  1. on the date that a technician is scheduled to check the auxiliary drain
  2. on the date of the first freeze event.

The Salamander Reservoir and Control System alerts to a compromises when they happen.

Put a Salamander Reservoir in your dry systems today!

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