Rooftop Sprinklers are a proven method of improving the chances that a building will survive a wild fire according to various studies.
When Rooftop Sprinklers are activated, they spray water high up in the air which lands on the roof, trees, and other surfaces that are within range. Some of the water evaporates, which increases the relative humidity while reducing temperatures in the microclimate. The microclimate is the area right around where the sprinklers are located. Increased humidity and reduced temperatures make the microclimate less conducive to fire. Sprinklers should be activated far in advance of when a fire is anywhere near the building. Assuming for example that three sprinklers output five gallons per minute of water, that is 15 gallons per minute. After one hour that is 900 gallons of water spread over a large area. After five hours that is 4,500 gallons of water spread over a large area. It takes a long time for sprinklers to distribute thousands of gallons of water, and every application is different in terms of the amount of water that will be distributed per minute or per hour.
Note: A fire hose can output 100 to 300 gallons per minute and is usually operated by an experienced and trained professional.
This sprinkler system will distribute water over your property if: installed correctly, activated in advance, and assuming water is flowing to the sprinklers. Rooftop Sprinklers will continue to operate without supervision. Always immediately evacuate a building in case of fire. Never stay inside of a building in case of fire. Always evacuate based on instructions from government authorities.
Temperatures in the attic, in the building, and in the surrounding area will drop. Wet roofs, trees, and roofs are less likely to ignite when a hot ember lands on them. The cumulative effect of the huge influx of water is not guaranteed to stop a fire from causing damage, but it can greatly reduce the chances of fire damage by creating a wet, cool, humid environment. Rooftop Sprinklers can be activated in seconds and they will continue to operate on their own, as long as the water is flowing and the sprinklers are working. The residents can evacuate and leave the sprinklers running.
Feel free to call us and learn more about Rooftop Sprinklers today. Next time there are wild fires, you will be able to do more than JUST keep your fingers crossed. Iron Owl Rooftop Sprinklers have a 75 Year Warranty and will not blow away in 50 mph winds.
Positioning Sprinklers is fairly straightforward and connecting them can be as simple or as elaborate as you like. Many people connect the sprinklers with just a garden hose, while others use copper pipe and braided steel hoses for a more professional look. The basic premise is that the water needs to get from the hose bib to the sprinklers, so that the water can be turned on as soon as fire is detected.
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No sprinkler system or like device can protect buildings or the occupants of buildings from wildfire. This sprinkler system will distribute water over your property if: installed correctly, activated in advance, and assuming water is flowing to the sprinklers. Rooftop Sprinklers will continue to operate without supervision. Always immediately evacuate a building in case of fire. Never stay inside of a building in case of fire. Always evacuate based on instructions from government authorities. If properly installed and operated in accordance with the applicable instructions, a sprinkler will reduce the risks posed by ember attack. Sprinklers will not protect buildings or the occupants of buildings from the direct flame or radiant heat of a wildfire. The purchasers will install and operate sprinklers at their own risk and release and indemnify the manufacturers and suppliers of sprinklers and their directors, officers, servants, agents, employees and assigns from and against all actual, direct, indirect or alleged claims, damages, demands, losses, costs, liabilities, suits, actions, expenses or proceedings any whether arising under any statute or at common law, arising out of or in connection with injury to (which shall include illness) or death of any person or damage to or destruction of any real or personal property caused directly or indirectly by or in connection with the manufacture, supply, installation, operation or performance of sprinklers. Manufacturer is not responsible for adequate water flow to sprinkler in any event, such as but not limited to if the water supply is turned off or if there is a lack of water pressure.