Frozen fire sprinklers result in a quarter million dollar loss for local business

Frozen fire sprinklers result in a quarter million dollar loss for local business (Image)

ESC News (image)Frozen fire sprinklers result in a quarter million dollar loss for local business | #ESC_LLC | Mark Ebeling, owner of Ebeling Pools in Hutchinson, said he got an early wake-up call at 5 a.m. He said a fire sprinkler burst, causing extensive damage to his shop. (ksn com) https://wp.me/p97JNV-1rn

“The property manager says Mark I’m sorry, but he says we got a little problem,” said Ebeling. “I am thinking, oh no.”

In 20 minutes, more than two feet of water filled Ebeling’s pool store.(read more)

John Larkin, Sr. Partner (image)
John Larkin, Sr. Partner

“Frozen sprinkler pipes either means the wrong type of sprinkler system was installed or something happened to the heating system in the facility,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “Dry-type sprinkler systems are often the way to go when cold weather is an issue. Air pressure in the pipes keeps the water from filling the piping so when a fire melts a link in a sprinkler head, water rushes in, spreading out in the room where the fire is.”

Allan Colombo, ESC Media DirectorTo learn more about fire sprinkler systems, click here: http://bit.ly/31MNlFW

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