Turn Off Fire Sprinklers that Have Been Accidentally Activated

Shutgun's concealed head sprinkler shut off deviceShutgun's concealed head sprinkler shut off device

Shutgun

Shutgun

Shutgun, the creator of a fire sprinkler shut off device, has newly released a concealed head sprinkler shut off device.

Shutgun is used in emergencies where individual fire sprinkler heads have been accidentally activated. Accidental sprinkler activation is one of the largest culprits of damage to multi-unit residential and commercial structures. Shutgun is currently used by facility and construction managers from leading construction, building and management organizations, as well as fire departments all over the world.

Water from a fire sprinkler head is released at pressures as high as 170 psi and up to 25 gallons per minute. Shutgun was specifically designed for construction managers to address this messy and costly problem.

A unique fusible link ensures that the water from a fire sprinkler head is securely shut off within seconds, but does not affect continued fire protection to the remainder of the building.

Shutgun’s new concealed head tool is specifically designed for concealed sprinkler head models found in conference centres, lobbies, ballrooms and theatres.

www.shutguntool.com

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