Potter Nitrogen Generators
Potter Nitrogen Generators are engineered to deliver up to 99% pure, reliable, dry Nitrogen to your system, protecting it from corrosion.
Potter is proud to help protect the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Delta Zeta house! S.O.S Security, LLC performed the installation using Potter fire panels and smoke/heat detectors. Here's what a local news station had to say about how the presence of the system has increased the safety of the residents: View the video here. EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- UW-Eau Claire students headed back to class Wednesday, and the fire department has an important safety…Continue Reading
The RD13 Riser (with NPT connectors) is constructed from Listed CPVC products suitable for fire sprinkler services subject to the limitations and installation requirements of Flameguard® CPVC pipe and Spears® CPVC fittings. The RD13 Riser incorporates a VSR-SG flow switch, gauge, and drain/test valve. The VSR-SG flow switch is equipped with union connection to facilitate the installation and removal of the switch in confined spaces. Unique Features Includes flowswitch with…Continue Reading
The Potter PS40-EX Supervisory Pressure Actuated Switch is designed primarily to detect an increase and/or decrease from normal system pressure in automatic fire sprinkler systems located in hazardous locations classified as shown above. Typical applications are: Dry pipe systems, pre-action air/nitrogen supervision, pressure tanks, air supplies, and water supplies. The PS40-EX switch is factory set for 40 PSI (2,8 BAR) normal system pressure. The switch marked with the word LOW is set to…Continue Reading
The Model VSR is a vane type waterflow switch for use on wet sprinkler systems. It is UL Listed and FM Approved for use on steel pipe; schedules 10 through 40, sizes 2" thru 8" (50 mm thru 200 mm), and schedule 5, sizes 2" thru 6". LPC approved sizes are 2" thru 8" (50 mm thru 200 mm). The VSR may also be used as a sectional waterflow detector on large systems. The VSR contains two single pole, double throw, snap action switches and an…Continue Reading
Potter is offering free informational webinars on corrosion. With a proactive approach to combating corrosion through education, you will maintain operational awareness of your fire sprinkler system. If left unchecked, corrosion will progressively weaken the fire sprinkler system’s integrity, causing delayed responses and even system failure. Understanding how corrosion attacks a fire sprinkler system will enhance its protection and extend the service life of the…Continue Reading