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 Rapid Response® Sprinklers
LFII
Dry Type Recessed Pendent
     3 mm bulb type • Where sprinklers are required on dry pipe systems that are exposed to freezing temperatures, or where sprinklers are seasonally drained to avoid freezing • Offer the features of non-water filled pipe in addition to not having to increase the number of design sprinklers (hydraulic design area) for systems designed to NFPA 13, 13D, or 13R
Intended for use in the following residential sprinkler systems scenarios:
- one/two-family dwellings and mobile homes per NFPA 13D
- residential occupancies up to and including four stories in height per NFPA 13R - the residential portions of any occupancy per NFPA 13
K=4.9 (70,6)
    Dry Type Recessed Horizontal Sidewall
K Factor
Thread Size
Temperature
1" NPT or ISO 7-R1
   Approvals
UL, NSF/ANSI 61
  68°C/155°F, 79°C/175°F (wet pipe only)
  Escutcheon Finish
Signal White, Chrome Plated, Natural Brass
   Sprinkler Finish
Signal White, Chrome Plated, Natural Brass
   SIN
TY2235
   Wrench Type
W-TYPE 7
  Tech Data Sheet
TFP460
         K Factor
K=4.4 (63,4)
  Thread Size
1" NPT or ISO 7-R1
   Approvals
UL, NSF/ANSI 61
    Temperature
Always refer to the product’s Technical Data Sheet for a complete description of all Listing and Approval criteria, design parameters, installation instructions, care and maintenance guidelines, and our limited warranty.
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68°C/155°F
  Escutcheon Finish
Signal White, Chrome Plated, Natural Brass
   Sprinkler Finish
Signal White, Chrome Plated, Natural Brass
   SIN
TY2335
   Wrench Type
 Tech Data Sheet
W-TYPE 6, W-Type 7 (For recessed escutcheons)
 TFP461
   3 mm bulb type • The Series LFII Dry Type Residential Horizontal Sidewall Sprinklers are typically used where sprinklers and/ or a portion of the connecting piping are exposed to freezing temperatures • Offer the features of non-water filled pipe in addition to not having to increase the number of design sprinklers (hydraulic design area) for systems designed to NFPA 13, 13D, or 13R
Intended for use in the following residential sprinkler systems scenarios:
- one/two-family dwellings and mobile homes per NFPA 13D
- residential occupancies up to and including four stories in height per NFPA 13R - the residential portions of any occupancy per NFPA 13
  















































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