Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart and sustainable buildings and architect of OpenBlue connected solutions, introduces the Tyco Series TY-L stainless steel sprinklers featuring an all-metal link design ideal for food production facilities looking to maintain glass-free environments. The stainless steel components extend the life of the sprinkler by resisting corrosion from cleaning agents used in commercial food production environments. They are also designed for durability in factories, refineries and chemical plants.
“These sprinklers provide customers an excellent long-lasting fire protection solution for facilities and risk managers preferring to avoid glass in their facilities,” said Bob Cordell, global product manager, Johnson Controls. “The robust design of the stainless steel TY-L stands up to stringent commercial kitchen wash-down procedures.”
TYCO® Series TY-L sprinklers are comprised primarily of stainless steel parts which improve the resistance to aesthetic and corrosive degradation compared to standard copper alloy sprinklers. This provides customers with greater ROI and increased resilience over time.
These standard response, standard coverage, solder type pendent sprinklers are available in 5.6 K-factor (K80) and 8.0 K-factor (K115) varieties and three temperature ratings.
Multiple escutcheon options allow up to 1/2-inch (12,7-mm) adjustability for simple, flexible installation. The sprinklers are FM Approved as corrosion-resistant sprinklers, and CE listed.
Tyco Series TY-L stainless steel sprinklers complement the full line of Johnson Controlsm products and solutions to help make buildings more safe, secure and sustainable.
For more information, go to tyco-fire.com