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Inline Flow Restrictor Assembly

Inline flow restrictor assembly used for refrigerated storage sampling kit. The Xtralis refrigerated storage sampling kit provides a standardised method of smoke sampling for Refrigerated Storage facilities.

Inline flow restrictor assembly used for refrigerated storage sampling kit. The Xtralis refrigerated storage sampling kit has been designed to replace standard cone-shaped sampling nozzles installed at the ceiling in existing or new Refrigerated Storage facilities. This kit can be installed in the entire facility or combined with standard sampling points if required. The aim here is to reduce direct ice blockage of the sampling points hence this kit is recommended for installation in areas where higher humidity is likely to occur as a result of vehicle and pedestrian traffic (e.g. areas close to doorways or perimeter of the facility). The sampling kit consists of outer and inner parts with the sampling pipe penetrating the Refrigerated Storage sandwich panel. The sampling pipe through the sandwich panel and inner parts are made of ABS plastic which is suitable for low temperatures down to -40 C (-40 F).

Features & Benefits:
  • Enables the ASD pipe to be installed, inspected and maintained outside the Refrigerated Storage facility hence enabling fire contractors to work in ambient conditions most of the time
  • Suited for facilities with and without ceiling cavities
  • Eliminates the need for expensive HDPE (high density polyethylene) pipe inside the Refrigerated Storage facility
  • Eliminates the need for costly access equipment hire for on-going service/ maintenance
  • Eliminates the need for heat tracing
  • Less prone to blockage due to icing
  • Provides a generally more robust ASD installation for these unique environments
  • Minimises the need for “Back Flush” systems
  • Offers all round cost savings