Sprinkler Head Spacing

Sprinkler Head Spacing

What is the minimum distance between the nozzles?

| The minimum distance between the sprinkler heads is generally 6 feet and the maximum distance from the wall should be half the maximum distance between the sprinkler heads. The distance of the vertical sprinkler head to the roof is a minimum of 1 "and a maximum of 12" for an unobstructed construction.

And what is the minimum distance between a sprinkler head and an obstacle?

In short, NFPA 25: Standard for Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems states that objects that can block sprinklers must be at least 18 inches from the deflector.

What area does a sprinkler occupy?

A single sprinkler can cover an impressive area, with modern fire regulations allowing a single head to protect over 200 square feet in some environments.

What is the shortest distance to store materials from the sprinkler heads?

RATIONS: In buildings equipped with automatic sprinklers, the shed must be kept at least 18 inches below the roof, otherwise the spray from the sprinklers will be blocked by the shed preventing water from reaching the fire.

How big should the distance be between two sprinklers?

The minimum distance between the sprinkler heads is generally 6 feet and the maximum distance from the wall should be half the maximum distance between the sprinkler heads. The vertical distance between the sprinkler head and the roof is a minimum of 1 "and a maximum of 12" for an unobstructed construction.

How many sprinklers do I need per square meter?

Nozzle Spacing

How to Install an Sprinkler System

  1. Types of plots and irrigation heads. Program the system.
  2. install an anti-siphon valve. Access to the waterline.
  3. Dig the trench according to the system.
  4. Attach one end of the valve manifold to the water.
  5. secure risers with 90 degree connectors.
  6. Ground level irrigation heads.
  7. the timer controls the duration and frequency of watering.

Sprinkler Head Spacing