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1 Denver Museum Of Nature & Science 2001 Colorado Boulevard Denver, Colorado Fire Suppression & Alarm System Upgrade General Contractor GH Phipps Construction Companies 5995 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Suite 100 Greenwood Village, Colorado MARIOFF HIGH PRESSURE WATER MIST SYSTEM Subcontractor Westfire Inc Vivian Street Arvada, Colorado

2 Denver Museum of Nature & Science Fire Suppression & Alarm System Upgrades October 22, 2010 Marioff Water Mist Suppression System Submittal Package Submittal Booklet Contents 1. Introduction 2. System Description 3. Occupancy Description and Performance Objectives 4. Manufacturer s (Marioff) SPU Data Sheets 5. Manufacturer s (Marioff) Sprinkler, Tubing, Fitting and Valve Data Sheets 6. Hydraulic Calculations 7. Manufacturer s (Marioff) Design, Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual Factory Mutual Approved Document MO/ES/13/DIOM/FM/03 for Light Hazard Applications 8. Manufacturer s (Marioff) SPU Design, Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual FM Approved Document P31000 FM C for SPU. 9. Manufacturer s (Marioff) Installation Manual for Land Projects 10. FM Approvals - SPU 11. Project Submittal Drawings Separate

3 1. Introduction The Denver Museum of Nature and History (DMNS) is the largest natural history museum in the western United States and is one of the nation s premier natural history institutions. The museum s primary mission is to educate and interpret the natural sciences of anthropology, geology, health sciences paleontology, space sciences and zoology. It is responsible for the safe keeping of over one-million unique natural heritage items including one of the world s largest Native American spiritual artifact and Colorado gem collections. DMNS has the responsibility for safeguarding the building, its occupants and unique collections from a number of damaging actions and events including fire. Many of the artifacts may be permanently harmed and irrecoverable if they are damaged by fire and/or extensive quantities of fire suppression water. The museum has extensive fire safety program consisting of professional security and facilities personnel who administer and ongoing fire prevention effort. The building has a number of fire resistance elements for fire compartmentalization, automatic fire detection and alarm to identify a fire and notify emergency personnel during its earliest phase and fire sprinklers within a large portion of the complex. Sprinklers were installed in all contemporary sections when they were constructed and/or upgraded, but as was common practice when the original building was built, most of the original structure is not sprinklered. The museum is proceeding with a program to extend protection to the currently unsprinklered portions of the building and after extensive evaluation has determined that high pressure water mist fire sprinklers are most appropriate for protecting the resource, minimizing residual damage to the collections from fire and the fire control process. DMNS has obtained approval for an Administrative Modification as per Denver Building Code 2008, Section Alternative Materials, Design and Methods of Construction. This allows water mist fire sprinklers for all spaces that house and display the museum s artifact collections, including dioramas, spaces behind dioramas, vaults, and collections sorting/work spaces within the currently non-sprinklered parts of the building. Under this administrative modification mist sprinklers will be installed in all spaces where collections are housed for storage and conservation, and those spaces where they are for public display. 2: System Description 2.1: General Information This submittal package contains information on a Marioff high pressure water mist system that will be installed at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The system is Factory Mutual (FM) Approved for this application and has been accepted by Administrative Modification from the City of Denver Fire Department. As per the Administrative Modification where ceiling heights exceed the 5 meter (16.4 feet) height of the FM listing the system will comply with the approval test data from the Scientific and Technical Centre for Building (CSTB-France), International Maritime Organization (IMO) or the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT).

4 The Marioff system for this project consists of an electric driven SPU pump assembly (pump and filter skid), MCC motor control center (pump controller), automatic transfer switch (ATS), sprinkler heads, zone control valves (pre-action function), control valves, drain valves, inspector s test valves, pressure switches for monitoring, and high-pressure stainless steel pipe & fitting delivery system as depicted on the project drawings. Water for the system will be provided by the building s existing fire water supply. The system will be arranged with fourteen (14) independent pre-action zones. This system will be monitored by the building fire alarm system which will be submitted under another contract. The fire alarm system will monitor/control various valve tamper switches, pressure switches, preaction solenoids and several outputs from the SPU-6+2 and MCC. 2.2: Marioff SPU-6+2 Pump Skid Hydraulic demand for each zone will require approximately 300 lpm (79gpm) flow which can be achieved with a Marioff SPU-6 pump skid assembly. However the Museum has undergone a number of additions and changes through the years and future expansion of the fire suppression system may be a possibility. If an expansion requires a higher flow then a supplemental SPU-2 can be added. However rather than provide two pumps the decision has been made to install at this time an SPU 6+2 which integrates both into a single unit, thereby saving space. The SPU-6+2 will consist of eight 480V, 3 Phase, 27kW electric motors driving sixteen high pressure pumps. The total skid unit is capable of producing approximately 790 lpm ( 208 gpm) and can produce a maximum pressure of 140 bar ( 2030 PSI). The SPU assembly includes a filter skid component that is intended to provide a higher level of water filtration thereby maintaining the desired clean water sprinkler discharge onto artifacts and collections. The filter is designed to The filter skid consists of two independent filter banks with motor driven valves that are each capable of delivering 500 lpm (132 gpm) for a total maximum flow of 1,000 lpm (264 gpm). These motors are designed to replace water that is drawn from the pump break tank and will operate as the tank level lowers. One filter is capable of meeting the flow demand and the unit conforms to United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) 10-6 operational reliability which places it as a suitable component for nuclear reactor protection. 2.3: Sprinklers The number and type of sprinklers will be minimal to simplify the project and avoid long term maintenance confusion and will utilize the following sprinklers: Part Number Product Code Max Spacing Max Height Maximum Protected Area K Factor Description C61510/0 C20-57C/0 5.0 m (16.4') 5 m (16.4') 25 m² 4.1 lpm / (268 ft 2) bar 0.5 Sprinkler - 57C (135F) - Closed Head - Ceiling 4.0 m 10 m 16 m² 4.1 lpm / Sprinkler - 57C (135F) - Closed C61550/0 C30-57C/0 (13.2 ) (32.0 ) (172 ft²) bar 0.5 Head - Ceiling While unexpected at this time alternate approved sprinklers may be utilized for specific conditions such as higher ambient temperature areas.

5 2.4: Valves The system will feature control, zone releasing (pre-action), inspector s test, drain valves and monitoring air shut-off valves for each of the fourteen zones. Drain valves will be arranged to permit drain down of a single zone for maintenance purposes without disabling the entire system. Drains will be piped to the SPU pump room and drain. 2.5: Tubing & Fittings All high pressure water mist will be delivered through stainless steel AISI 316L welded stainless steel tubing and stainless steel fittings. Sizes will range from 12 mm to 38 mm (approximate inch). Sizes have been finalized using the Darcy-Weisbach calculation method as per National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 750 Water Mist Fire Protection. 2.6: Air Compressor The system will feature an air compressor to maintain tubing system pressure downstream of the zone releasing/pre-action valves to approximately 2.75 bar (40 psi). This provides supervisory and integrity monitoring of the system when in stand-by (normal non-emergency) conditions. 2.7: Sequence of Operation Normal stand-by pressure in the water mist tubing system downstream of pump skid will be approximately 25 bar (362 psi). Normal pressure at water source feeding pump skid will be bar at 340 lpm (50 90 psi) at 90 gpm. A. If there is a loss of stand-by in the water mist tubing system downstream of the pump skid to the preaction valves to approximately 20 bar (290 psi), or other system specific set value, the GPU jockey pump will operate and continue to function until pressure is restored to approximately 25 bar. It is not uncommon for the jockey pump to operate from time to time to keep stand-by pressure at 25 bar. B. If there is a loss of monitoring air pressure in the tubing downstream of the respective zone pre-action valve to approximately 2.1 bar (30 psi) the air compressor switches on and pumps this section of the system back up to approximately 2.75 bar (40 psi). C. If a sprinkler head opens 1. Loss of pressure will cause jockey pump to operate and will be detected by a pressure switch at the GPU which then starts the first pump motor at approximately 17 bar (246 psi) for approximately 10 seconds. Motor 1 will operate until system outlet pressure at the most remote open sprinkler head is achieved (approximately 80 bar/1,160 psi). The corresponding motor controller(s) will display motor and pressure status. Motor 1 can also be manually started at the MCC.

6 2. An alarm relay on the system controller will function to activate the building s fire alarm system and create an alarm mode. 3. The pump running relay on PLC will transfer. 4. Low system stand-by pressure relay on PLC will transfer. D. If additional sprinkler heads open and one motor cannot achieve and the required sprinkler operating pressure Motor 2 will start. If condition will continue if subsequent sprinklers open to create a condition that requires additional pressure and flow demand. Similar to Motor 1, subsequent required motors can be started manually. E. Initial sprinkler water will be provided by the break tank that is a part of the SPU assembly. As water is drawn down within the break tank a low level switch will function to operate a solenoid supply valve on the filter bank assembly to refill the break tank. When the break tank water level is restored a high level switch will function to shut off the inlet flow. If the solenoid supply valve fails the water supply is opened to full flow to supply the system, with residual water discharged to drain. F. If the required sprinkler water flow (i.e. fire control with 1 or 2 operating sprinklers) is less than the constant output of a respective pump an unloader valve will operate to route the residual water back into the break tank. All motors can also be manually stopped at MCC. G. If a system trouble or supervisory condition occurs with the SPU including break tank low water, low inlet water pressure, loss of pump power, low monitoring air pressure, etc., the respective trouble/supervisory relay on the system PLC will operate to produce a trouble signal on the fire alarm system. Zone field devices including valve tamper switches, zone low air pressure switches, and zone flow switches will initiate the appropriate trouble or fire condition on the building fire alarm system. 3. Occupancy Description and Performance Objectives The museum complex was constructed in multiple phases with three distinct construction periods of , , and 1987 to present. The original building construction is Type III as defined by the International Building Code (IBC) and the later sections are Type I and II. The majority of floor areas used for display and interpretation of museum collections and defined as Group A-3 with other areas consisting of office/work areas (Group B) and collections storage (Groups S-1 and S-2). The exposures for this building are adjacent compartments within the museum. There are not any exposure buildings within several hundred feet of this building. Descriptions of the protected spaces follows.

7 The three main occupancy categories in DMNS where fire suppression will be provided: Exhibition spaces consisting of dioramas/displays and the accompanying back of house spaces Collections and document storage spaces that include vaults and conservation work areas Office spaces where collections may be present

8 Zone Name Use Size Fire Resistance Suppression Performance Objectives 1-1 Big Bone Room Level Gems and Minerals Level Dalton Hall Level 2 Housing natural history items in enclosed storage and office/work spaces for research and collections management. Most items in steel encased movable cabinets. Low hazard. Paper files and materials in work areas. Mineral and gem display cabinets and behind the scene conservation work areas. Work areas to be relocated after planned museum expansion. Fuel loads are light, limited to some exposed wood that simulates a mine ceiling. Paper materials in work areas Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program 6,000 ft² (557 m²) with dimensions of 50 ft by 120 ft by 14 feet high. (15 m x 36 m x 4.2 m) 5,300 ft² of floor area with a dimension of 50 x 106 feet. Ceiling heights in exhibit spaces are approx10 feet and behind displays are maximum 14 feet. Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Prevent compartment flashover. Maximum flame damage- 25% of contents outside of steel cabinets. No flame spread beyond the room of fire origin. Confine majority of water to the room of fire origin with less than 10% water infiltration into the cabinets and 250 gallons to other floor levels No loss of structural integrity Prevent compartment flashover. No flame spread beyond compartment. Prevent loss of exhibition display glazing Maximum loss from flame damage 25% of area. Water damage confined to the South Wing. No loss of structural integrity Maximum residual runoff to other levels of 250 gallons Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one below. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall

9 Zone Name Use Size Fire Resistance Suppression Performance Objectives 2-2 North American Indian Hall Level Boettcher Hall Level Bonfils Hall Level 2 Exhibition display dioramas. Conservation work spaces and storage of native sacred objects. Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. The wing is surrounded by an approximate 3 hour rated. The hall ceiling fire resistance is estimated at 3 hours. Interior walls within the hall provide an estimated 30 minutes of fire resistance. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Prevent compartment flashover. Maximum loss from flame damage confined to a maximum 10% of the wing. Limit 90% of smoke to the wing. Water damage confined to a maximum 25% of the wing. No loss of structural integrity No flame spread beyond the wing. Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one diorama/space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall

10 Zone Name Use Size Fire Resistance Suppression Performance Objectives 2-5 West Wing Level Southwest Wing Level Standley Hall Level 3 Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Diorama sizes vary. Largest is 1,568 ft² of floor area with dimension of 56 wide by 28 deep by 12 feet high. Diorama sizes vary. Largest diorama is an enclosure with an approximate area of 1,600 ft² with dimensions of 80 wide by 20 deep by 12 feet high. Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. Walls and ceiling are 3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Walls and ceilings are 3 hr rated with 1 hr doors Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall

11 Zone Name Use Size Fire Resistance Suppression Performance Objectives 3-2 Bailey Library Level Central Wing Level Birds of America Hall Level 3 Collections Library Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program 1,568 ft² with floor dimensions of 28 ft wide by 56 ft deep by 10 feet high. Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. Diorama sizes vary but are typically approx 392 ft² in area with dimensions 28 wide by 14 deep by 12 feet high. The wing is surrounded by an approximate 3 hour rated. The hall ceiling fire resistance is estimated at 3 hours. Interior walls within the hall provide an estimated 30 minutes of fire resistance. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Walls are3 hr rated with 1 hr doors. Ceiling is historic plaster on lath without specific rating but comparable to a one hour rating as determined by the US HUD Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials. Prevent compartment flashover. Maximum loss from flame damage confined to a maximum 10% of the wing. Limit 90% of smoke to the wing. Water damage confined to a maximum 25% of wing. No loss of structural integrity No flame spread beyond the wing. Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall Prevent compartment flashover. Prevent loss of diorama glazing Maximum loss from flame damage confined to diorama of fire origin. Water damage confined to the diorama of fire origin and one diorama/space below the fire compartment. No loss of structural integrity and no flame spread beyond hall

12 Zone Name Use Size Fire Resistance Suppression Performance Objectives 3-5 West Wing Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program 3.5C Level 3, West Wing Geology 3.6 Southwest Wing Geology collections storage and work area Exhibition display dioramas. Some work spaces behind dioramas but these are scheduled to be removed as a part of the museums fire risk management program Dioramas vary. Example is approximately 448 ft² with dimensions of 32ft wide by 14 ft deep by 10 feet high (4,480 ft³ volume). 1,250 ft² with dimensions of 50 ft wide by 25 deep by 20 feet high. Will use High ceiling C-30 mist sprinkler in accordance with IMO and CSTB test data Dioramas vary. Example is approximately 2,992 ft² volume with dimensions of 88 ft wide by 34 ft deep by 10 feet high (4,480 ft³ volume). The wing is surrounded by an approximate 3 hour rated. The hall ceiling fire resistance is estimated at 3 hours. Interior walls within the hall provide an estimated 30 minutes of fire resistance. The wing is surrounded by an approximate 3 hour rated. The hall ceiling fire resistance is estimated at 3 hours. Interior walls within the hall provide an estimated 30 minutes of fire resistance. The wing is surrounded by an approximate 3 hour rated. The hall ceiling fire resistance is estimated at 3 hours. Interior walls within the hall provide an estimated 30 minutes of fire resistance. Prevent compartment flashover. Maximum loss from flame damage confined to a maximum 10% of the wing. Limit 90% of smoke to the wing. Water damage confined to a maximum 25% of the wing. No loss of structural integrity No flame spread beyond the wing. Prevent compartment flashover. Maximum loss from flame damage confined to a maximum 10% of the wing. Limit 90% of smoke to the wing. Water damage confined to a maximum 25% of the wing. No loss of structural integrity No flame spread beyond the wing. Prevent compartment flashover. Maximum loss from flame damage confined to a maximum 10% of the wing. Limit 90% of smoke to the wing. Water damage confined to a maximum 25% of the wing. No loss of structural integrity No flame spread beyond the wing.

13 4: SPU & MCC Data Sheets In accordance with Marioff SPU Design, Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual FM Approved Document P31000 FM C for SPU (included in this submittal)

14 Technical Data Sheet TE8000 Sprinkler Pump Units SPU 7+1 and 8 Sheet 1 of 3 HI-FOG Products E and E Aug 2006 Air inlet Starter cabinet Electric motor Gearbox Break water tank Total water outlet flow: ~780L/min Tank volume: ~650 L High pressure water outlet Pump Water inlet* Stand-by pump Test valve Mounting bracket Overflow outlet Unit type Product no. SPU 7+1 E SPU 8 E * Use Marioff feed water filter when required. Consult your Marioff dealer for further details. SPU 7+1 and SPU 8 differencies SPU 8 is designed for Land applications and it will run up to 8 pump modules. SPU 7+1 is designed for Marine applications and it will run up to 7 pump modules, one module being a redundancy module. Mechanically both units are identical and the unit functionality is defined by the Control Panel design. Description The SPU 7+1 and 8 models consist of eight pump modules. Each module consists of an electric motor running via gearbox two high pressure pumps to produce the high pressure water flow needed in the sprinkler system in the case of a fire accident. The pressure produced by pumps can be adjusted from 80 bar to 140 bar respectively, according to the application. The pump modules are started sequentially, thus reducing the electric power peak loads. In stand-by position, the system pressure is maintained at 25 bar by means of the pneumatic stand-by pump. The pump unit can be started automatically or manually. Automatic start is activated by either the flow signal or the pressure signal. Manual start can be launched either from the external release panel or from the Starter Cabinet, switching on the pump modules one by one. External release and indication panel is normally included in the Marioff supply. The system start signal can also be given by the fire detection system (FDS) via the external panel. For further information, see related documents: Dimensional Drawing no. DHAUSP Marioff Corporation Oy, P.O. Box 86, Virnatie 3, FIN Vantaa, Finland, tel , fax , Marioff Corporation Oy reserves the right to revise and improve its products and recommended system configurations as it deems necessary without notification. The information contained herein is intended to describe the state of HI-FOG products and system configurations at the time of its publication and may not reflect the product and/or system configurations at all times in the future.

15 Technical Data Sheet TE8000 Sprinkler Pump Unit SPU 7+1 and 8 Sheet 3 of 3 HI-FOG Left side view Products E and E Rear view 30 Aug 2006 Right side view Top view Air pressure inlet Pressure water outlet Drainage outlet Overflow/test outlet Mass (dry): ~3100 kg External connections: Fresh water inlet Pressure air inlet Pressure water outlet Overflow/test outlet Drainage DN100 DIN2642 R1/4 (1/4 BSP.P) female R2 (2 BSP.P) female DN125 DIN2642 BSP R3/4 female Marioff Corporation Oy, P.O. Box 86, Virnatie 3, FIN Vantaa, Finland, tel , fax , Marioff Corporation Oy reserves the right to revise and improve its products and recommended system configurations as it deems necessary without notification. The information contained herein is intended to describe the state of HI-FOG products and system configurations at the time of its publication and may not reflect the product and/or system configurations at all times in the future.

16 Technical Data Sheet DOC Filter unit for SPU pump units Sheet 1 of 2 Product E Jun 2009 Description The filter unit E01535 with a stainless steel (AISI 316) filter is used with the SPU pump units. The material of the filter unit frame is painted steel (S235). The capacity of the filter unit is 1000 l/min and dry mass approximately 150 kg. The filter unit includes a motor valve controlled by an electric signal and adjusted in accordance with the water flow need of the pump unit. Filter (2 pcs) Motor valve 24VDC / 230 VAC Butterfly valve Water outlet Water inlet Frame External piping connections Water inlet DN100 DIN2642 flange PN 10 Water outlet DN100 DIN2642 flange PN 10 Marioff Corporation Oy Virnatie 3 / P.O.Box 86, FI Vantaa, Finland Tel (0) Fax +358 (0) Marioff Corporation Oy Marioff is part of UTC Fire & Security, which provides fire safety and security solutions to more than one million customers around the world. Headquartered in Connecticut, UTC Fire & Security is a business unit of United Technologies Corp., which provides high technology products and services to the building and aerospace industries worldwide. More information can be found at

17 Technical Data Sheet DOC Filter unit for SPU pump units Sheet 2 of 2 Product E Jun 2009 Front view Left side view Right side view ~450 mm free space needed for filter element exchange Marioff Corporation Oy Virnatie 3 / P.O.Box 86, FI Vantaa, Finland Tel (0) Fax +358 (0) Marioff Corporation Oy Marioff is part of UTC Fire & Security, which provides fire safety and security solutions to more than one million customers around the world. Headquartered in Connecticut, UTC Fire & Security is a business unit of United Technologies Corp., which provides high technology products and services to the building and aerospace industries worldwide. More information can be found at

18 Technical Specification Sheet P35010 Specification for water for use in HI-FOG systems HI-FOG 08 Dec Water requirements and recommendations 1 1 Water requirements 1 2 Water recommendations Water to be the equivalent of a potable supply It shall be colourless and odourless The water shall not be corrosive Chloride concentration < 50 ppm (= 50 mg/l) ph value Iron (Fe) and Manganese (Mn); sum < 0 3 mg/l No free chlorine The fill line must be routed through a < 100 mm filter (normally supplied with the unit) Suspended solids shall be as low as possible Conductivity < 400 ms/cm Total hardness 1 3 mmol/l (5 16 dh) Suspended solids, TSS < 10 mg/l Sulphate < 10 mg/l If ph < 7 0 then alkalinity should be 1 4 mmol/l, ph shall never be below 6 5 The amount of organic material shall be kept to a minimum The biological and bacterial growth should be regularly monitored Distilled, demineralised, de-ionised or reverse osmosis water should not be used without adjustment of the alkalinity (or ph-value to ~8) If above requirements cannot be reached, the water used for the HI-FOG system shall be treated, as described below, item 2 Water treatment 2 Water treatment 2 1 Water treatment, general Fire suppression additives shall not be applied The HI-FOG system is not to be shock chlorinated 2 2 Water treatment, bacteriological growth If bacteriological growth is found the water should be either changed through thorough flushing, or treated The treatment may not be corrosive Chlorine dioxide treatment may be used Vernagroup s Purogene or Sanogene are possible treatment alternatives The manufacturer s instructions and recommendations and applicable authorities requirements are to be complied with Shock chlorinated water may be used only after ensuring that there is no free chlorine and the other parameters are within the specification (note: chlorination increases chloride content) 2 3 Water treatment, corrosion If the water if found corrosive an inhibitor may be used The inhibitor may not contain nitrates or sulphates It is also to be ensured the inhibitor complies with applicable authorities health and other regulations Cortec s VpCI-641 and Nalco s 7399 are recommended alternatives 3 Misc 3 1 Other aspects If sea water or other water not complying with the specifications has entered the system (for example in an emergency situation) the system, including all affected branch piping, is to be thoroughly flushed The use of an inhibitor should be considered Marioff Corporation Oy, P O Box 86, Virnatie 3, FIN Vantaa, Finland, tel , fax , fi, www hi-fog com Marioff Corporation Oy reserves the right to revise and improve its products and recommended system configurations as it deems necessary without notification The information contained herein is intended to describe the state of HI-FOG products and system configurations at the time of its publication and may not reflect the product and/or system configurations at all times in the future

19 Page 1 of 1 7/23/2003 Home>>Products and Services Home FPMP Multi-Pack Fire Pump Controllers The FPMP Multi-Pack provides a unique method of packaging multiple types of controllers in a single housing, reducing overall wiring and installation costs in addition to maximizing space utilization. Several options provide total flexibility in powering the individual units within the FPMP enclosure. The combination of a main disconnect switch and horizontal busbar can power the entire line-up of controllers. This option eliminates the need to feed each controller with its own individual power source. If space is the only consideration, each controller can be wired individually on site. Each Multi-Pack is individually designed for your specific application. Contact the Cutler-Hammer Fire Pump Controller technical support group at for pricing and design specifications. Product Overview/Product Updates Renewal Parts Binder/CD Order Form Site Index Privacy Policy How Can We Improve This Page? Terms & Conditions Copyright,2003 Eaton Corporation, All Rights Reserved

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