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0 Comments | Jul 09, 2018 Introduces New Sprinkler System Signs

At we pride ourselves on being a leading provider of safety signs for workplace hazards. In order to provide you with the most up-to-date products available, we have revised and added to our Sprinkler System Signs collection.

New items, such as a Hydraulic System Location Sign, replaces older products in order to comply with the changes in NFPA 13, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems. The standard now requires the addition of the following:

  1. Occupancy Classification
  2. Or Commodity Classification
  3. Maximum Permitted Storage Height
  4. Name of the Installing Contractor

The purpose of NFPA 13 is to help identify crucial components of your company’s fire sprinkler system and the system’s operation. Failure to properly identify a sprinkler system may not only result in code violations and owner/contractor liability, in a worst-case scenario system failure in a fire emergency may occur.

Your new sprinkler system identification sign is constructed from rust-free aluminum – making it ideal for locations such as control valves, system control risers, and anti-freeze loops.

Supply to Automatic Sprinkler SignHydraulic System Location Sign

To make sure building owners and contractors are providing the required information, customers can choose from signs and sprinkler system plates with new legends that clearly mark the portion of the building served.

To meet your needs, we also offer sprinkler control valve signs that identify a valve’s function, sprinkler room signs that locate your sprinkler system controls, and sprinkler clearance signs that ensure sprinkler to storage standards are maintained. With all of these new additions, we hope that we can make an impact on the safety and well-being of all personnel at your facility.

The requirement and need for sprinkler system signs is clear. Failure to provide the required signage can put your business at risk. Order your new sign today to prevent fines and unnecessary hazards.