1 Technical Services: Tel: (800) / Fax: (800) Series TY-L 5.6 and 8.0 K-factor Upright, Pendent, and Recessed Pendent Sprinklers Standard Response, Standard Coverage General Description IMPORTANT Always refer to Technical Data Sheet TFP700 for the INSTALLER WARNING that provides cautions with respect to handling and installation of sprinkler systems and components. Improper handling and installation can permanently damage a sprinkler system or its components and cause the sprinkler to fail to operate in a fire situation or cause it to operate prematurely. The Series TY-L, 5.6 and 8.0 K-factor, Upright and Pendent Sprinklers described in this data sheet are standard response - standard coverage, solder type spray sprinklers designed for use in light, ordinary, and extra hazard, commercial occupancies such as banks, hotels, shopping malls, factories, refineries, chemical plants, etc. The recessed version of the Series TY-L Pendent Sprinkler, where applicable, is intended for use in areas with a finished ceiling. It uses a two-piece Style 20 (1/2 inch ) or Style 30 (3/4 inch ) Recessed Escutcheon. The Recessed Escutcheon provides 1/4 inch (6,4 mm) of recessed adjustment or up to 1/2 inch (12,7 mm) of total adjustment from the flush pendent position. The adjustment provided by the Recessed Escutcheon reduces the accuracy to which the fixed pipe drops to the sprinklers must be cut. Corrosion resistant coatings, where applicable, are utilized to extend the life of copper alloy sprinklers beyond that which would otherwise be obtained when exposed to corrosive atmospheres. Although corrosion resistant coated sprinklers have passed the standard corrosion tests of the applicable approval agencies, the testing is not representative of all possible corrosive atmospheres. Consequently, it is recommended that the end user be consulted with respect to the suitability of these coatings for any given corrosive environment. The effects of ambient temperature, concentration of chemicals, and gas/chemical velocity, should be considered, as a minimum, along with the corrosive nature of the chemical to which the sprinklers will be exposed. An intermediate level version of the Series TY-L Pendent Sprinkler can be obtained by utilizing the Series TY-L Pendent Sprinkler in combination with the Model S Shield. WARNINGS The Series TY-L Sprinklers described herein must be installed and maintained in compliance with this document, as well as with the applicable standards of the National Fire Protection Association, in addition to the standards of any other authorities having jurisdiction. Failuretodosomay impair the performance of these devices. The owner is responsible for maintaining their fire protection system and devices in proper operating condition. The installing contractor or sprinkler manufacturer should be contacted with any questions. Model/Sprinkler Identification Numbers TY Upright 5.6K, TY Pendent 5.6K, TY Upright 8.0K, 3/4" TY Pendent 8.0K, 3/4" TY Upright 8.0K, TY Pendent 8.0K, TY3111 is a redesignation for S1800 and G3111. TY3211 is a redesignation for S1801 and G3112. TY4111 is a redesignation for S1810 and G3101. TY4211 is a redesignation for S1811 and G3102. TY4811 is a redesignation for S1805. TY4911 is a redesignation for S1806 Page 1 of 8 JULY, 2004
2 Page2of8 FLANGES PLATE SEATING STYLE 20 RECESSED 1 7/16" (11,1 mm) NOMINAL MAKE-IN 2-5/8" (66,7 mm) 2" (50,8 mm) 2-5/8" (66,7 mm) AREA /8" (73,0 mm) DIA. 7 UPRIGHT PENDENT CROSS SECTION 1-Frame 2-Sealing Button 3 - Ejection Spring 4-Fusible Element 5-Strut 6-Hook 7-Deflector * Temperature rating is indicated on deflector. **Pipe thread connections per ISO 7/1 can be provided on special request. FIGURE 1 STANDARD RESPONSE SERIES TY-L UPRIGHT (TY3111) AND PENDENT (TY3211) SPRINKLERS 5.6 K-FACTOR, 1/2 INCH FLANGES 3/4" PLATE SEATING STYLE 30 RECESSED /16" (68,3 mm) AREA 2 (12,7 mm) NOMINAL MAKE-IN 2" (50,8 mm) 2-11/16" (68,3 mm) /8" (73,0 mm) DIA. 7 UPRIGHT PENDENT CROSS SECTION 1-Frame 2-Sealing Button 3-Ejection Spring 4-Fusible Element 5-Strut 6-Hook 7 - Deflector * Temperature rating is indicated on deflector. **Pipe thread connections per ISO 7/1 can be provided on special request. FIGURE 2 STANDARD RESPONSE SERIES TY-L UPRIGHT (TY4111) AND PENDENT (TY4211) SPRINKLERS 8.0 K-FACTOR, 3/4 INCH
3 Page 3 of 8 FLANGES PLATE SEATING STYLE 20 RECESSED 1 7/16" (11,1 mm) NOMINAL MAKE-IN 2-5/8" (66,7 mm) 2" (50,8 mm) 2-5/8" (66,7 mm) AREA /8" (73,0 mm) DIA. 7 UPRIGHT PENDENT CROSS SECTION 1-Frame 2-Sealing Button 3 - Ejection Spring 4-Fusible Element 5-Strut 6-Hook 7-Deflector * Temperature rating is indicated on deflector. **Pipe thread connections per ISO 7/1 can be provided on special request. FIGURE 3 STANDARD RESPONSE SERIES TY-L UPRIGHT (TY4811) AND PENDENT (TY4911) SPRINKLERS 8.0 K-FACTOR, 1/2 INCH Technical Data Approvals UL and C-UL Listed. FM, and LPCB Approved. (Refer to Table A for complete approval information including corrosion resistant status.) Maximum Working Pressure 175 psi (12,1 bar) Discharge Coefficient K=5.6GPM/psi 1/2 (80,6 LPM/bar 1/2 ) K=8.0GPM/psi 1/2 (115,2 LPM/bar 1/2 ) Temperature Ratings RefertoTableA Finishes Sprinkler: Refer to Table A Recessed Escutcheon: Coated, Chrome Plated, or Brass Plated Physical Characteristics Frame Brass Sealing Button.. Bronze w/teflon Ejection Spring.... Stainless Steel Fusible Element... Solder, Copper Stainless Steel Strut Monel Hook Bronze/Monel Deflector Bronze DuPont Registered Trademark Operation A copper tube sealed by two stainless steel balls holds a fusible alloy. When the rated temperature is reached, the alloy melts, the balls are forced toward each other releasing the tension mechanism, allowing the sprinkler to operate. Design Criteria The Series TY-L Pendent and Upright Sprinklers are intended for fire protection systems designed in accordance with the standard installation rules recognized by the applicable Listing or Approval agency (e.g., UL Listing is based on the requirements of NFPA 13, and FM Approval is based on the requirements of FM s Loss Prevention Data Sheets). Only the Style 20 or 30 Recessed Escutcheon, as applicable, is to be used for recessed pendent installations. Installation The Series TY-L Sprinklers must be installed in accordance with the following instructions: NOTES A leak tight 1/2 inch sprinkler joint should be obtained with a torque of 7 to 14 ft.lbs. (9,5 to 19,0 Nm). A maximum of 21 ft. lbs. (28,5 Nm) of torque may be used to install sprinklers with 1/2 connections. A leak tight 3/4 inch sprinkler joint should be obtained with a torque of 10 to 20 ft.lbs. (13,4 to 26,8 Nm). A maximum of 30 ft.lbs. (40,7 Nm) of torque is to be used to install sprinklers with 3/4 connections. Higher levels of torque may distort the sprinkler inlet and cause leakage or impairment of the sprinkler. Do not attempt to make-up for insufficient adjustment in the escutcheon plate by under- or over-tightening the sprinkler. Readjust the position of the sprinkler fitting to suit. The Series TY-L Pendent and Upright Sprinklers must be installed in accordance with the following instructions. Step 1. Pendent sprinklers are to be installed in the pendent position, and upright sprinklers are to be installed in the upright position. Step 2. With pipe thread sealant applied to the pipe threads, hand tighten the sprinkler into the sprinkler fitting.
4 Page4of8 SPRINKLER FINISH K TYPE TEMP. RATING FRAME COLOR CODE NATURAL BRASS CHROME PLATED LEAD WAX WAX OVER LEAD 5.6 PENDENT (TY3211) and UPRIGHT (TY3111) (TY3211 w/ Style 20) 280 F/138 C Blue 1, 2, 3, 5 1, 2, 3, 5 1, 2, 3, 5 1, 2 1, 2, 3 4 N/A N/A SPRINKLER FINISH K TYPE TEMP. RATING FRAME COLOR CODE NATURAL BRASS CHROME PLATED LEAD WAX WAX OVER LEAD 8.0 3/4" PENDENT (TY4211) and UPRIGHT (TY4111) (TY4211 w/ Style 30) 280 F/138 C Blue 1, 2, 3, 5 1, 2, 5 1, 2, 3 1, 2 4 N/A N/A SPRINKLER FINISH K TYPE TEMP. RATING FRAME COLOR CODE NATURAL BRASS CHROME PLATED LEAD WAX WAX OVER LEAD 8.0 PENDENT (TY4911) and UPRIGHT (TY4811) (TY4911 w/ Style 20) 280 F/138 C Blue 1, 2, 3, 5 1, 2 1, 2, 3 1, 2 N/A N/A NOTES: 1. Listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL). 2. Listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. for use in Canada (C-UL). 3. Approved by Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FM). 4. Approved by Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FM) for maximum 150 F/68 C ambient temperatures. 5. Approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB Ref. No. 094a/03). N/A: Not Available TABLE A LABORATORY LISTINGS AND APPROVALS
5 Page 5 of 8 7/16±1/8" (11,1±3,2 mm) FACE OF SPRINKLER FITTING 2-7/8" DIA. (12,7 mm) (73,0 mm) 1/4" (6,4 mm) 2-1/4" DIA. (57,2 mm) PLATE 1/8" (3,2 mm) RECESS CLOSURE TY-L 1-3/4" (44,5 mm) 1- (38,1 mm) FIGURE 4 SERIES TY-L (TY3211) SPRINKLER ASSEMBLY WITH TWO-PIECE 1/2 INCH TOTAL ADJUSTMENT STYLE 20 RECESSED 5.6 K-FACTOR, 1/2 INCH FIGURE 7 W-TYPE 9 SPRINKLER RECESS 7/16±1/8" (11,1±3,2 mm) FACE OF SPRINKLER FITTING CLOSURE TY-L 2-7/8" DIA. (73,0 mm) 2-1/4" DIA. (57,2 mm) (12,7 mm) 1/4" (6,4 mm) PLATE 1/8" (3,2 mm) 1-3/4" (44,5 mm) 1- (38,1 mm) FIGURE 5 SERIES TY-L (TY4211) SPRINKLER ASSEMBLY WITH TWO-PIECE 1/2 INCH TOTAL ADJUSTMENT STYLE 30 RECESSED 8.0 K-FACTOR, 3/4 INCH 7/16±1/8" (11,1±3,2 mm) FACE OF SPRINKLER FITTING CLOSURE TY-L 2-7/8" DIA. (12,7 mm) (73,0 mm) 1/4" (6,4 mm) 2-1/4" DIA. (57,2 mm) PLATE 1/8" (3,2 mm) 1-3/4" (44,5 mm) 1- (38,1 mm) FIGURE 6 SERIES TY-L (TY4911) SPRINKLER ASSEMBLY WITH TWO-PIECE 1/2 INCH TOTAL ADJUSTMENT STYLE 20 RECESSED 8.0 K-FACTOR, 1/2 INCH FIGURE 8 W-TYPE 10 RECESSED SPRINKLER Step 3. Tighten the sprinkler into the sprinkler fitting using only the W-Type 9 Sprinkler Wrench (Ref. Figure 7), except that an 8 or 10 inch adjustable Crescent wrench is to be used for wax coated sprinklers. With reference to Figures 1, 2, and 3, the W-Type 9 Sprinkler Wrench is to be applied to the wrench area, or as applicable, the adjustable Crescent wrench is to be applied to the wrenching flanges. When installing wax coated sprinklers with the adjustable Crescent wrench, additional care needs to be exercised to prevent damage to the wax coating on the sprinkler wrench flats or frame arms and, consequently, exposure of bare metal to the corrosive environment. The jaws of the wrench should be opened sufficiently wide to pass over the wrench flats without damaging the wax coating. Before wrench tightening the sprinkler, the jaws of the wrench are to be adjusted to just contact the sprinkler wrench flats. After wrench tightening the sprinkler, loosen the wrench jaws before removing the wrench. After installation, the sprinkler wrench flats and frame arms must be inspected and the wax coating retouched (repaired) whenever the coat-
6 Page6of8 ing has been damaged and bare metal is exposed. The wax coating on the wrench flats can be retouched by gently applying a heated 1/8 inch diameter steel rod to the areas of wax that have been damaged, to smooth it back over areas where bare metal is exposed. NOTES Only retouching of the wax coating applied to the wrench flats and frame arms is permitted, and the retouching is to be performed only at the time of the initial sprinkler installation. The steel rod should be heated only to the point at which it can begin to melt the wax, and appropriate precautions need to be taken, when handling the heated rod, in order to prevent the installer from being burned. If attempts to retouch the wax coating with complete coverage are unsuccessful, additional wax can be ordered in the form of a wax stick (the end of which is color coded). Only the correct color coded wax is to be used, and retouching of wrench flats and frame arms is only permitted at the time of initial sprinkler installation. With the steel rod heated as previously described, touch the rod to the area requiring additional wax with the rod angled downward, and then touch the wax stick to the rod approximately one-half inch away from the area requiring retouching. The wax will melt and run down onto the sprinkler. The Series TY-L Recessed Pendent Sprinklers must be installed in accordance with the following instructions. Step A. After installing the Style 20 or 30 Mounting Plate, as applicable, over the sprinkler threads and with pipe thread sealant applied to the pipe threads, hand tighten the sprinkler into the sprinkler fitting. Step B. Tighten the sprinkler into the sprinkler fitting using only the W-Type 10 Recessed Sprinkler Wrench (Ref. Figure 8). With reference to Figure 1, 2, or 3, the W-Type 10 Recessed Sprinkler Wrench is to be applied to the sprinkler wrenching flanges. Step C. After the ceiling has been installed or the finish coat has been applied, slide on the Style 20 or 30 Closure over the Series TY-L Sprinkler and push the Closure over the Mounting Plate until its flange comes in contact with the ceiling. Care and Maintenance The Series TY-L Sprinklers must be maintained and serviced in accordance with the following instructions: NOTES Before closing a fire protection system main control valve for maintenance work on the fire protection system that it controls, permission to shut down the affected fire protection system must be obtained from the proper authorities and all personnel who may be affected by this action must be notified. Absence of an escutcheon, which is used to cover a clearance hole, may delay the time to sprinkler operation in a fire situation. Sprinklers that are found to be leaking or exhibiting visible signs of corrosion must be replaced. Automatic sprinklers must never be painted, plated, coated or otherwise altered after leaving the factory. Modified or over-heated sprinklers must be replaced. Care must be exercised to avoid damage to the sprinklers - before, during, and after installation. Sprinklers damaged by dropping, striking, wrench twist/slippage, or the like, must be replaced. Frequent visual inspections are recommended to be initially performed for corrosion resistant coated sprinklers, after the installation has been completed, to verify the integrity of the corrosion resistant coating. Thereafter, annual inspections per NFPA 25 should suffice; however, instead of inspecting from the floor level, a random sampling of close-up visual inspections should be made, so as to better determine the exact sprinkler condition and the long term integrity of the corrosion resistant coating, as it may be affected by the corrosive conditions present. The owner is responsible for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of their fire protection system and devices in compliance with this document, as well as with the applicable standards of the National Fire Protection Association (e.g., NFPA 25), in addition to the standards of any other authorities having jurisdiction. The installing contractor or sprinkler manufacturer should be contacted relative to any questions. It is recommended that automatic sprinkler systems be inspected, tested, and maintained by a qualified Inspection Service in accordance with local requirements and/or national codes. Limited Warranty Products manufactured by Tyco Fire Products are warranted solely to the original Buyer for ten (10) years against defects in material and workmanship when paid for and properly installed and maintained under normal use and service. This warranty will expire ten (10) years from date of shipment by Tyco Fire Products. No warranty is given for products or components manufactured by companies not affiliated by ownership with Tyco Fire Products or for products and components which have been subject to misuse, improper installation, corrosion, or which have not been installed, maintained, modified or repaired in accordance with applicable Standards of the National Fire Protection Association, and/or the standards of any other Authorities Having Jurisdiction. Materials found by Tyco Fire Products to be defective shall be either repaired or replaced, at Tyco Fire Products sole option. Tyco Fire Products neither assumes, nor authorizes any person to assume for it, any other obligation in connection with the sale of products or parts of products. Tyco Fire Products shall not be responsible for sprinkler system design errors or inaccurate or incomplete information supplied by Buyer or Buyer s representatives. IN NO EVENT SHALL TYCO FIRE PRODUCTS BE LIABLE, IN CON- TRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THE- ORY, FOR INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LABOR CHARGES, RE- GARDLESS OF WHETHER TYCO FIRE PRODUCTS WAS INFORMED ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL TYCO FIRE PRODUCTS LI- ABILITY EXCEED AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO THE SALES PRICE. THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FIT- NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR- POSE.
7 Page 7 of 8 P/N 53 XXX X XXX K UPRIGHT () MODEL/SIN TY3111 SPRINKLER 165 TEMPERATURE RATING K PENDENT () TY NATURAL BRASS K UPRIGHT (3/4") TY CHROME PLATED F/138 C K PENDENT (3/4") TY LEAD K UPRIGHT () 8.0K PENDENT () TY4811 TY WAX 165 F to 280 F ONLY 8 WAX OVER LEAD 165 F and 212 F ONLY TABLE B PART NUMBER SELECTION SERIES TY-L PENDENT AND UPRIGHT SPRINKLERS Ordering Procedure When placing an order, indicate the full product name. Refer to the Price List for complete listing of Part Numbers. Contact your local distributor for availability. Sprinkler Assemblies with Thread Connections: Specify: (Specify Model/SIN), Standard Response, (specify K-factor), (specify temperature rating), Series TY-L (specify Pendent or Upright) Sprinkler with (specify type of finish or coating), P/N (specify from Table B). Recessed Escutcheon: Specify: Style (specify) Recessed Escutcheon with (specify finish), P/N (specify). (15 mm) Style 20 Chrome Plated P/N (15 mm) Style 20 Color Coated P/N (15 mm) Style 20 Brass Plated P/N /4" (20 mm) Style 30 Chrome Plated P/N /4" (20 mm) Style 30 Color Coated P/N /4" (20 mm) Style 30 Brass Plated P/N Sprinkler Wrench: Specify: W-Type 9 Sprinkler Wrench, P/N Specify: W-Type 10 Sprinkler Wrench, P/N Wax Sticks: (for retouching wrench damaged wax coating) Specify: (Specify color) color coded Wax Stick for retouching (specify temperature rating) temperature rated Series TY-L Sprinklers, P/N (specify). Redfor165 F P/N Blue for 212 F and 280 F P/N NOTES Each wax stick is suitable for retouching up to twenty-five sprinklers. The wax used for 280 F sprinklers is the same as for 212 F sprinklers, and, therefore, the 280 F sprinkler is limited to the same maximum ceiling temperature as the 212 F sprinkler (i.e., 150 F).
8 Page8of8 TYCO FIRE PRODUCTS, 451 North Cannon Avenue, Lansdale, Pennsylvania 19446
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