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Potter's Auto-Test VSR is a new and innovative way of performing a flow test without flowing water, promoting water conservation and reducing corrosion.
The IntelliGen™ Line of Nitrogen Generators Simplify Installation and Monitoring Announcing the release of the fire sprinkler industry’s only line of intelligent nitrogen generators. With complete automation of the fill and purge process, the IntelliGen™ line of nitrogen generators simplifies the installation process by eliminating ball valves. Additionally, IntelliGen™ generators are web enabled which allows the user to monitor their systems …Continue Reading
Potter Electric takes pride in maintaining product consistency and limiting unnecessary product changes. However, some changes are beyond our control. With that said, the Potter smoke detector model PS-24 has been discontinued. The reason for the discontinuation is the inability to obtain necessary components. The PS-24 has been replaced by the CPS-24. The CPS-24 is a direct replacement in form, fit and function of the PS-24.The only difference being that the CPS-24 is not ULC Listed …Continue Reading
Potter Electric Signal Company, LLC, the leader in fire sprinkler monitoring and fire alarm systems, and ARCOM, the leader in specifications, are pleased to announce that Potter's product data and customized specifications are available through ARCOM's software platforms to architects, engineers and design professionals. ARCOM and Potter Electric Signal Company have worked together to create customized versions of the industry-trusted MasterSpec® sections to accurately specify …Continue Reading
Potter is pleased to announce a new integration partnership with Layered Solutions Inc. of Carmel, IN, an industry leader in the development of mass notification and communications software solutions. With Layered Solution's technology, the capabilities of Potter's IP enabled fire alarm systems can be significantly expanded. Layered Solutions will utilize a LAN/WAN connection with the Potter fire alarm panel, enabling its software to add the ability to display interactive maps, …Continue Reading
Potter was thrilled to have members from the National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA) as well as firefighters from the Robertson Fire Department on hand Tuesday, May 23 for a side-by-side burn demonstration. The event exhibited the difference between a residential room with a fire sprinkler system and one without a fire sprinkler system. It was followed by a series of talks given by members of Common Voices, a group that advocates for the installment of fire sprinklers in residential …Continue Reading