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Case Studies  |  Residential

SuperHero Fire Protection Prefers to Install BlazeMasterⓇ Fire Protection Systems

Since its inception in 2012, Atlanta-based SuperHero Fire Protection has relied exclusively on BlazeMasterⓇ Fire Protection Systems to protect its customers and their residences. The full-service fire protection contractor mainly services residential properties such as single-family homes, townhomes, high-rise buildings and multi-family apartment complexes, where they face tight construction deadlines. By relying on BlazeMaster CPVC, SuperHero Fire Protection meets deadlines not possible with steel systems.  

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Compatibility

BlazeMaster® CPVC Use with Drywall, Concrete and Spray Foam

BlazeMasterⓇ Fire Protection Systems devotes time and resources to knowledge-sharing and testing to ensure products can be used safely and effectively. Chemical compatibility is often top of mind when working with CPVC. Spray foam, drywall and concrete are three common construction materials often in direct contact with BlazeMaster CPVC products, but with proper care, all three can be used without compatibility concerns.

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CPVC vs Steel Which is most cost effective

2018 Cost-Savings Report

Discover how to save time and money with the right fire sprinkler system.

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Installation

How the IFSA and BlazeMaster® Fire Protection Systems Partnership Improves Fire Sprinkler Systems Across the Globe

The importance of fire sprinkler systems in building design cannot be overstated. In fact, there has never been a building fire that resulted in multiple-occupant loss of life when the structure had a properly designed, installed and maintained fire sprinkler system using certified components.

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Residential

Why Fire Sprinkler Systems Are a Must in New Single Family Homes

New builds can be pricey. With consumers desiring luxury amenities such as granite countertops and custom flooring, they may not want to consider spending money on a fire sprinkler system—but it should be top of mind. Unfortunately, in most cases, fire sprinkler systems are not installed in homes unless required by law, which is why there is a glaring need for more ordinances and recommendations from builders.  

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Installation

How to Navigate Fire Sprinkler System Material Selection and Bracing Requirements in Seismic Regions

All light hazard fire sprinkler system applications in seismic regions must have a properly braced system in order to withstand the effects of possible earthquakes. Strict building codes and requirements exist to ensure the safety of citizens, especially those along fault lines. With lives at stake, fire sprinkler system specifiers and installers must select the proper materials and meet bracing requirements.

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Cost Savings  |  Installation  |  Material Comparison

BlazeMaster® CPVC Provides Significant Installation Cost Savings Over Steel

One of the distinct advantages of BlazeMaster® CPVC over steel piping is time saved and ease of installation. BlazeMaster CPVC installation can greatly reduce the number of laborers required, eliminate the high price tag of skilled welders and help keep projects on schedule and on budget. BlazeMaster CPVC also has more stable material costs compared to metallic alternatives while still offering long-term reliability.  

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BlazeMaster US

Why Use CPVC for Fire Sprinkler Systems?

One of the most common myths in the fire protection industry is that because CPVC is plastic, it will easily melt in a fire.

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Material Comparison

What the Rising Cost of Steel Means for Your Fire Sprinkler System

An important consideration in any building project is the cost of materials. In most instances, contractors look to the highest quality product for the lowest cost. But, what happens when a common product is no longer affordable?

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Building Owners  |  Contractors  |  Installation

How to Select the Right Installation Partner for your Fire Sprinkler System Project

The long-term reliability of any fire sprinkler system comes down to two things: 1. The quality of the piping material and 2. The installation. Selecting the contractor to install your fire protection system is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in this process.

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Building Owners

How to Avoid Performance and Maintenance Issues with Fire Sprinkler Systems

Fire sprinkler system reliability is critical to the safety and security of your building and occupants. Malfunctions or piping system issues come in a variety of forms, but some of the most common include restricted water flow, blocked sprinkler heads, and leaks within the system.

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