FIREFLEX “VACTEC” VACUUM TECHNOLOGY FOR DRY & PRE-ACTION SYSTEMSNovember 24, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Date: Thursday, November 24th, 2022
- Location: CFSA Online Learning (Once registered, additional information will be provided regarding the webinar URL)
- Time: 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
- Certificate: A certificate of attendance will be issued by CFSA at the end of the workshop. This workshop may qualify for continuing professional development hours for designations (i.e., OACETT, CFAA, NICET CFPS, CFEI, etc.). This workshop will account for 1 hour.
- Members: $30.00 + $3.90 HST = $33.90
- Non-Members $40.00 + $5.20 HST = $45.20
- Students: $15.00 + $1.95 HST = $16.95
This workshop will focus on FireFlex “VACTEC” Vacuum Technology for dry and pre-action systems. The session will provide an overview of the origins of vacuum technology and approvals and will provide information on sprinkler head technology highlighting the comparisons of standard sprinkler heads versus high hazard. The workshop will cover system configurations and sizes and will include discussion of major components and the benefits of integrated versus loose built systems. A review of special hazards applications will provide information on freezer application, cold storage, data center, parking garages, attic spaces and more to highlight the benefits of vacuum technology compared to conventional pressurized systems.
- Explain Vacuum technology and origins
- Provide an overview of sprinkler head technology
- Explain system configuration and sizes for dry versus pre-action systems and major components
- Review specific hazard applications
- Explain benefits of vacuum technology compared to conventional pressurized systems
Who Will Benefit?
This workshop will benefit engineers, designers, consultants, and Authorities Having Jurisdiction (building and fire departments).
Mike R. Nagy is the Technical Sales Representative for FireFlex Systems Inc., covering the US Northeast & Southeast and Ontario.
FireFlex is a manufacturer/Integrator of water based, foam based, Clean agent and vacuum technology in the fire protection market place.
Mike entered into the fire protection industry in 1980 as a designer of ‘Special Hazard’ systems and has worked for sprinkler contractors in the greater Toronto area in various positions including sales, project management and ‘Special Hazards’ division manager.
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This workshop may qualify for continuing professional development hours for designations (i.e., OACETT, CFAA, NICET CFPS, CFEI, etc.). This workshop will account for 1 hour.