White Papers

Nitrogen Generator & Corrosion Detection Equipment

The results are in! More than a decade of continuing research on fire sprinkler corrosion by our team of engineers and scientists has resulted in the collection of white papers we’ve made available here. These documents represent industry-leading research on corrosion and risk management in water-based fire sprinkler systems and have appeared in Sprinkler Age Magazine, FPC Magazine, and Mission Critical Magazine. You’ll find useful recommendations and clearly presented research for the sprinkler contractor, specifying engineer, building owner, or property manager looking to use nitrogen to manage corrosion – or simply to learn more about nitrogen systems for fire sprinkler system corrosion control.

 

Fire Sprinkler Leak Detection and Nitrogen Generators with ECS

REMOVE THE OXYGEN AND THE LEAKS STOP. Read our White papers.

 

White Paper – Acid Based Corrosion in Antifreeze Fire Protection Systems

White Paper – Chemical Corrosion Inhibitors – Six Reasons Why They Should Not Be Used in Water-Based Fire Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – Controlling Corrosion in Fire Protection Systems Protecting Cultural Resources

White Paper – Controlling Corrosion in Wet Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems Using Chemical Corrosion Inhibitors

White Paper – Controlling Ice Plugs and Corrosion in Fire Sprinkler Systems Protecting Cold Storage (Freezer) Applications

White Paper – External Atmospheric Corrosion of Malleable Iron and Cast Iron Fittings and Component Parts in Wet Pipe FPS

White Paper – Fire Sprinkler Riser Corrosion

White Paper – Galvanized Pipe Failures in Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – Industry Myths Regarding Corrosion in Fire Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – Managing Fire Sprinkler System Risk in a Mission Critical Data Center Setting

White Paper – Managing Safety in Nitrogen Inerting Fire Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – MIC is NOT the Primary Cause of Corrosion in Fire Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – Mission Critical Facilities – Is the Use of Galvanized Steel Pipe an Effective Corrosion Control Strategy in Double Interlock Preaction Fire Protection Systems

White Paper – Monitoring Corrosion in Water-Based Fire Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – Setting the Record Straight – MIC vs Oxygen Corrosion

White Paper – Six Reasons Why Galvanized Steel Piping Should NOT be Used in Dry and Preaction Fire Sprinkler Systems

White Paper – The Chemistry of Oxygen Corrosion in Wet Pipe Fire Sprinkler Systems and WPNI for Corrosion Control

White Paper – Using Nitrogen Gas to Remove Corrosive Gases in Fire Sprinkler Water

White Paper – Weld Seam Corrosion of Fire Sprinkler Piping