Take the next step by learning more about Potter Nitrogen Generators and how nitrogen can prevent corrosion.
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What to expect
The webinars will cover the basics of corrosion and give a brief description of how corrosion occurs as well as the types of corrosion often seen in fire sprinkler systems. They will focus specifically on designing and engineering dry systems for enhance corrosion protection. We will talk in depth about using Nitrogen to combat corrosion in fire sprinkler systems. Lastly, we will go over the economical impact of corrosion within the fire sprinkler industry and how you can lower your risk when dealing with corrosion issues.
Download Potter's IntelliGen™ engineering submittal packet including engineering specifications, Revit files, drawings, manuals and more!Download Engineering Submittal Packet
Sizing your nitrogen generator system requires three important pieces of information:
This is the air pressure required to keep the dry valve closed, usually ranging between 20 and 40 PSI.
Largest Riser in Gallons
This is the total volume (in gallons) of the largest riser to ensure NFPA requirements of 30 minute fill time.
Total System Capacity
This is the total volume (in gallons) of all the risers that being supplied by the Nitrogen Generator.
Are you ready to complete your system with a Potter Nitrogen Generator? It takes more than just knowing total gallons to properly size a nitrogen system for corrosion protection. We will work with you to provide the best nitrogen solution.
To ensure that you have the properly sized nitrogen generator for your application, please fill out this quick form.Nitrogen Generator Project Form