STAY NFPA 13-7.1.5 COMPLIANT
All wet sprinkler systems are required by the National Fire Protection Association to have an approved air release valve. In stock and ready to ship, we can help you and your customer stay compliant and minimize risk.
Air trapped in wet sprinkler systems causes corrosion that leads to system damage, costly repairs, and business downtime.
The Dual Vent 02 Release system provides a safe and easy way to vent air or nitrogen from a fire protection sprinkler system. This release of air helps minimize chances of corrosion , adds decades to the life of your sprinkler system, and ensures your system works as designed in the event of a fire. The Dual Vent 02 Release System can be used with compressed air, water, deoxygenated water, and nitrogen.
FailSafeTM design works as a true water stop
Water accumulation fully drains back to FPS
9V Lithium ion battery with low battery buzzer and visual LED indicator
Fully pneumatic – no electrical required
Only one connection to the piping
Talk to a Fire Protection System Expert about protecting your building and bottom line with the Dual Vent O2 Release System.
Frequently Asked Questions
NFPA 13-7.1.5 is a standard established by the National Fire Protection Association, mandating that all wet sprinkler systems need an air release valve. It’s crucial because it prevents corrosion-induced system damage, potentially saving a large amount of time and money down the road, and keeps the durability and operational efficiency of your fire sprinkler system.
The Dual Vent O2 Release system lets out air or nitrogen safely from your sprinkler system. It stops rust, increases the lifetime of your system, and ensures it works right when you need it.
Yes, absolutely. The Dual Vent O2 Release System works great with systems using compressed air, water, deoxygenated water, and nitrogen.