Jarrett Fire Installs Dry Pipe Systems in Middle Tennessee

Dry pipe systems are specifically designed for buildings susceptible to freezing, which feature automatic and closed-type sprinkler heads connected to pipes filled with pressurized air or nitrogen. The compressed air holds a remote valve, known as a dry pipe valve, in a closed position to prevent water from entering the pipe. When heat activates one or more sprinklers, the compressed air in the pipe is released, and its pressure decreases, opening the dry pipe valve and allowing water to flow through open sprinklers.

Ideal environments for dry pipe fire sprinkler systems include:

  • Industrial Warehouses
  • Retail and Commercial Parking Garages
  • Loading Docks
  • Commercial Freezers
  • Unconditioned Attic Spaces

Jarrett Fire Protection designs dry pipe fire suppression systems for a variety of companies. Our team is also experienced in combining dry and wet pipe fire sprinkler systems for a wide variety of applications that require the need for both types of suppression.