If there is a fire, sprinkler systems are automatically activated by the heat generated, begin the extinguishing process, and notify the fire department or responsible authority.
To this end, extinguishing nozzles are integrated into a ceiling pipeline network. The sprinkler system has an independent water supply, so it is always ready to go. The system’s extinguishing nozzles begin to function individually. They are usually sealed with glass bulb. If there is a fire, the heat it generates causes the bulb to break. Water then escapes through the extinguishing nozzle, so the fire is combatted in a targeted manner.
Typical applications for sprinkler systems include: