SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE COMBINATION SIGN- WHITE BACKGROUND (REFLECTIVE ALUMINUM SIGNS 10X12)
COMBINATION SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE SIGN- WHITE BACKGROUND (ALUMINUM SIGNS 10 X 12)
Size 6 inch x 12 inch
Sign has mounting holes in each corner.
Sign Thickness 0.02''
Sign letters color: RED
Sign background color: WHITE
Sign material: Aluminium
Sign Type: Wall Mounted
Reflective Sign: Yes
HPD Required sign: NO (See Law and regulations)
DOB NYC Required sign: NO (See Law and regulations)
Fire Department required sign: YES (See Law and regulations)
REQUIRED SIGNS for RESTAURANTS & BARS - N/A (See Law and regulations)
DOT Required Sign: NO (See Law and regulations)
DSNY Required Sign: NO (See Law and regulations)
Sign Group: Property Management Signs, Fire Department Signs, Building Signs, Combination Signs, Standpipe and Sprinkler Combination Valve Signs, Sprinkler Signs, Standpipe Signs, Safety Signs, Combination Control Signs, Standpipe & Sprinkler Combination Signs, Standpipe/ Sprinkler Combination Signs
What is a standpipe system used for?
Automatic Dry Standpipe system is only designed to have water in the systempiping when the system is in use. Manual Dry Standpipe system are exclusively for fire department use and require a fire department pumper to supply the need pressure and water supply through a fire department connection. Standpipe systems are designed to provide fire protection water for hose lines in strategically placed locations inside a building or structure. Some older buildings only have standpipe systems while many newer buildings will have a combination system, which supplies the fire sprinkler system and the standpipe system
What is the purpose of a standpipe system?
A Standpipe is a type of rigid water piping which is built into multi-story buildings in a vertical position, to which fire hoses can be connected, allowing manual application of water to the fire. Within buildings standpipes thus serve the same purpose as fire hydrants.
What is the advantage of a dry standpipe system?
A "wet" standpipe is filled with water and is pressurized at all times. In contrast todry standpipes, which can be used only by firefighters, wet standpipes can be used by building occupants. Wet standpipes generally already come with hoses so that building occupants may fight fires quickly
Are standpipes required?
(Generally speaking, most buildings over 10,000 square feet must be fully sprinkled.) In summary, if a building is required to be equipped with a fully automatic sprinkler system, and it is more than 30 feet from surrounding grade to the highest or lowest story, a Class I standpipe system is likely required.
Why is it called a standpipe?
Standpipe may refer to: Standpipe (firefighting), a rigid vertical or horizontal pipe to which fire hoses can be connected. ... Standpipe water towers, used in the late 19th century. Standpipe (plumbing), a vertical pipe attached to a p-trap for rapid high-volume wastewater drainage such as from washing machines.
How many classes of standpipe systems are there?
The Three Types of Standpipe Systems. Class I Systems [2-1/2" (64mm) hose connections] are provided for use by fire departments and those trained in handling heavy water streams.
What is a standpipe drain?
The proper way to drain a washing machine isn't to hook the hose over the edge of a utility sink, as many homeowners do, but to install a standpipe and secure it to the wall framing. A standpipe is a vertical length of 2-inch drain pipe connected to a P-trap which is in turn connected to a drain
How many basic types of standpipe systems are there?
The specific type of system is based on the occupancy classification and building height. Standpipes have three major classifications: Class I standpipes serve a 2.5-inch fire hose connection for fire department use.
What is a Class 1 standpipe?
Class II standpipes are intended to be used by the occupants of the building, like fire extinguishers, and are equipped with a valve and 1.5-inch hose connection at each location. ... Class III standpipes are a combination of Classes I and II, using both sizes of hose connections and Class I water supply requirements.
What is a standpipe valve?
Firefighters need reliable supplies of water to effectively extinguish fires. ... Code requirements were enacted, and the use of standpipe systems – a series of pipe designed to provide water for hose lines in strategic locations within a structure – and their outlets, the fire department angle hose valve, were mandated.
What is a combination standpipe?
A combined system consists both of sprinkler piping and is a standpipe for the building. Combined systems are the usual choice by building owners and contractors because their dual purpose is sensible, safe, and economical.
What is the pressure requirement & flow requirement of standpipe & sprinklers?
The minimum pressure while flowing the required standpipe flow (500 gpm from the hydraulically most remote standpipe and 250 gpm from each additional standpipe, up to a maximum of 1000 gpm for a fully sprinklered building) shall be 75 psi at any valve outlet while flowing 250 gpm through each valve
What is a standpipe test?
A standpipe is the vertical piping that connects fire sprinkler systems and hose stations between multiple floors. It is common to see standpipes in stairwells of high-rise buildings. A rooftop standpipe test verifies the water supply, pump and piping at the topmost part of the system.
How does a standpipe work?
In North America, a standpipe is a type of rigid water piping which is built into multi-story buildings in a vertical position or bridges in a horizontal position, to which fire hoses can be connected, allowing manual application of water to the fire.
Fire Sprinkler Signs- The signs are designed to identify different controls and pipes for fire sprinkler systems in your facility. A fire sprinkler or sprinkler head is the component of a fire sprinkler system that discharges water when the effects of a fire have been detected. Many states require owners to install clear signs identifying the different types of fire sprinklers used.
There are various types of fire systems. 4 of them are described below:
Dry Pipe Sprinkler system-Dry pipe sprinklers are similar to pre-action systems as they use pressurized air in the pipe which exits before water escapes. This causes a minute delay in water discharge but is ideal for buildings with low temperatures so the pipes do not freeze. These fire sprinkler systems have a fast opening tool to get rid of the air and speed up the flow of water. Warehouses located in the north are a good example of what buildings should use dry pipe sprinklers.
Wet Pipe Sprinkler system-Wet pipe fire sprinklers constantly have water in them. This allows for a quick reaction to a fire and is the most common type of sprinkler installed in buildings. A type of building that uses the wet pipe system is a high-rise or office building with a few floors. This fire sprinkler system is cost efficient and low maintenance.
Pre-action fire sprinkler system-Pre-action fire sprinkler systems are filled with air and water is allowed to pass through when the smoke alarm or detector goes off. This type of system requires two triggers to start water flow. It helps greatly that the pre-action fire sprinkler can be set to prevent water from spouting in case of a false alarm or a mechanical failure. The pre-action system is good for use in places where the sprinklers are only necessary when there is an actual fire so other items in the building do not get water damage from an accidental sprinkling. Such buildings include libraries and data centers. These places contain items of high value like electronics and goods damageable by water such as books
Deluge Fire Sprinkler -These types of fire sprinkler systems also need a smoke or heat detector like the pre-action system. A deluge system has open nozzles that can be used when a hazard is present. When flammable liquids are spread across a floor, deluge fire sprinklers are good to have. In that case, buildings such as industrial parks and buildings with many tanks have deluge fire sprinkler systems installed.
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At HPDsigns we specialize with all NYC Department of Building signage (DOB), NYC Housing Preservation and Development signage (HPD) and NYC Department of Transportation signage (DOT). Our objective is to provide property managers, construction site operators and building owners with signs required by NYC agencies and NYC Fire Department, aluminum signs, warnings and notices for quick and heavy duty installation, aluminum signs to install in buildings with proper HPD designation, required building signs, Standpipe Sprinkler Combo Signs, and SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE COMBINATION SIGN
This is an aluminum “COMBINATION FOR SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE” SIGN with holes for HEAVY DUTY installation. In NYC use/post sign to inform tenants/owners/guests/officers of SPRINKLER STANDPIPE combo in facility with proper HPD designation and aluminum signs