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Fire Sprinkler System Protects from Above

While water pipes are common above the ceiling — delivering hot and cold water to faucets, showers and baths — there is a lot more they could be doing.

It only takes two or three minutes for a fire to transform a solid house into a charred wreck, and Leap's Blazestop Home Fire Sprinkler System offers the perfect solution. 

With Blazestop, a single ring of pipe will run through the ceiling, and one connection may go to the vanity of an ensuite. The next connection will go to a sprinkler to ensure that the adjoining bedroom won't be destroyed in the event of a fire.

Such a system does require a decent amount of pressure. If the council can't guarantee enough at the Water Toby, Leap can supply a booster pump that runs on a variable speed drive. This ensures users get the correct flow of water, from having a shower to saving the house from destruction.

View more information on Leap, including contact details.
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