Lee Kaiser posted this on July 26, 2017
When you suspect corrosion in your sprinkler system pipes, or want to confirm your system is corrosion free, guided wave ultrasonic testing is one way to detect its presence. Once detected, you are..Read More
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Corrosion Accessories

Venting And Pressure Control Devices

ECS Protector Manual Vent (PAVD)

  • Facilitates patented "fill and purge” breathing process ECS Protector Manual Vent
  • Sprinkler system reaches 98% nitrogen within two (2) weeks
  • Installed at fire sprinkler riser, no remote installation required
  • Pressure regulator prevents system depressurization
  • Float valve prevents water discharge
  • Requires no plumbing to drain
  • No electric required

ECS Protector Dry SMART Vent (PSV-D)

  • Facilitates patented “fill and purge” breathing process ECS Protector Dry SMART Vent
  • ECS Protector Dry SMART Vent
  • Automatically closes once 98% nitrogen has been reached
  • Installed at fire sprinkler riser, no remote installation required
  • Pressure regulator prevents system depressurization
  • Float valve prevents water discharge
  • Requires no plumbing to drain
  • Includes control box enclosure, requires 120V power supply

ECS Protector Nitrogen Interface Controller (NIC-1)

  • Allows one nitrogen source to supply multiple sprinkler systems operating at different pressures NIC-1.jpg
  • Allows one nitrogen source to supply multiple sprinkler systems operating at different pressures
  • Facilitates patented “fill and purge” breathing process when paired with a venting device
  • “Plug and Play” performance in self-contained wall mount cabinet
  • Includes manual bypass for fast fill option
  • Requires 120V power supply

Notes

  • One (1) venting device required per sprinkler system, vent assembly requires 1/2” connection at riser
  • Install Dry SMART Vent control box on wall adjacent to vent assembly installed at riser
  • Nitrogen Interface Controller only required for multiple dry/preaction systems supplied from one nitrogen source and operating at different pressures, not required for multiple dry/preaction systems operating at a single maintenance pressure

Monitoring Devices

ECS In-Line Corrosion Detector (ILD)

  • Only device that provides continuous real-time corrosion monitoring of a fire sprinkler system ECS In-Line Corrosion Detector
  • Matches size, schedule, and material of system piping
  • Provides 360° surface area to detect internal corrosion
  • Thin wall section monitored by UL Listed/FM Approved pressure switch
  • No obstruction risk and no replacement coupons used
  • Includes remote test station, can be monitored remotely and with fire alarm or building automation systems

ECS Protector SMART Gas Analyzer (SGA-1)

  • Provides continuous real-time gas concentration of system ECS Protector SMART Gas Analyzer
  • Multiple signal outputs: contact closure, 0-5V DC, and 4-20mA

  • Can be monitored by fire alarm or building management systems

  • Includes digital display

  • Accepts 24V DC or 120V AC power supply

  • Paired with ECS venting device for continuous gas supply

ECS Protector Handheld Gas Analyzer (PHGA-1)

  • Handheld battery powered device verifies nitrogen purity

    ECS Protector Handheld Gas Analyzer
  • Measures gas concentration at vent sampling port or nitrogen generator discharge
  • Features one button self-calibration

Notes

  • At least one (1) In-Line Corrosion Detector recommended per nitrogen generator
  • In-Line Corrosion Detector typically installed on dry/preaction system mains where trapped water collects
  • One (1) SMART Gas Analyzer recommended per nitrogen generator, must be installed adjacent to ECS venting device
  • Pressure rated gas sample tubing between venting device and gas analyzer provided by ECS
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