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 Fire Suppression General Products Catalog
 Specialty Items
DD-1 (Drum Drip)
WiliagTM Condensate Drain
     Overall Length
 FL-1
Fusible Links
     MC-1
Manual Control Station
UL, C-UL Listed & FM Approved
  Load Rating
2,3 to 22,7kg (5 to 50 lbs). Continuous Load
  Temperature Rating
74°C (165°F), 100°C (212°F), 141°C (286°F), 162°C (360°F), 260°C (500°F)
  Tech Data Sheet
TFP1610
   Heat-activated releasing device designed for installation in mechanically operated systems requiring a positive acting release mechanism • Used extensively as releasing devices in restaurants and industrial fire protection systems, as well as in heat-activated counterbalanced systems such as fire doors, dampers and kitchen chemical systems • Consists of fusible alloy sealed in the center of a bronze tube by a stainless steel ball • When the alloy melts, the fusible assembly compresses, allowing it to eject from between the two-piece strut, strut assembly separates, activating the intended fire protection system or device
         Approvals
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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615 mm (24")
  Turning radius
64 mm (2.5")
  Tech Data Sheet
Contact Tyco for details
   Ready to install • No power machine required for cutting pipe and making fittings • No power machine for repair • Eliminates potential leaks • Eliminates labor of fabrication • Classic look of a professional job • Net weight only 6.25 lbs.
       Approvals
UL, C-UL Listed & FM Approved
  Working Water Pressure
1,4 to 20,7 bar (20 to 300 psi)
  Minimum Ambient Temperature
Dry Pilot Lines: -46°C (-50°F) Wet Pilot Lines: 4°C (40°F)
  Tech Data Sheet
TFP1382
   Provides a tamper resistant means for emergency release • Interconnection with the valves may be direct via hydraulic (wet) pilot line or indirect via pneumatic (dry) pilot line to a Model DP-1 Dry Pilot Actuator
 































































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