UAR 174: Special Application Sprinkler Systems and Hydraulics
The Special Application Sprinkler Systems course addresses a wide range of systems found in the field. The course covers: latch clapper and differential type valves, pilot line systems and preaction systems. The hydraulics portion of the course covers pressure, total force, specific gravity/density, pressure generation, flow rate, sprinkler system design, pressure loss and calculated systems. Limited to United Association students.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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