Integrated Supervision for Fire Suppression Systems
A family of latching actuators, with an integrated supervisory feature, that can match the operating pressure of any system up to 300 bar.
The fire protection industry had recognized a persistent problem involving technicians either failing to install or improperly installing the actuator on the fire suppression system’s discharge valve. In response, the NFPA established new standards for the gaseous extinguishing market that require an audible and visual signal at the fire alarm control panel (FACP) whenever the actuator is removed from the discharge valve. Consequently, a need arose to supply the necessary supervisory component for these systems.
The TLX Solution
TLX Technologies developed a family of latching actuators, with an integrated supervisory feature, that can match the operating pressure of any system up to 300 bar. Because the supervisory feature is self-contained, TLX’s family of Supervised Latching Actuators is easier to use and install than add-on supervisory components. TLX also offers an option that is compatible with CO2 systems. The actuators feature rugged construction, ultrafast response, and can be manually reset after firing for future use.
Supervised Latching Solenoid Actuator
This patented actuator accommodates systems with lower operating pressures and features fully-engaged installation detection.
Increased Force Supervised Latching Actuator
This patented actuator accommodates systems with mid-range operating pressures and features fully-engaged installation detection.
Working with TLX
- Experienced partner of industry leaders, first-tier suppliers, and OEMs
- Direct access to our design and engineering team
- Localized production in USA and China
- Dependable single-source solution from design to delivery
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Step 4 / Testing
Step 5 / APQP
Step 6 / Pre-Production
Step 7 / PPAP/Production
Step 8 / Ongoing Improvements
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