My client in has requested single-interlock pre-action systems be installed to protect each of their two communication / hub rooms in their new facility.
Space is limited in the facility and it was suggested to install a pre-action cabinet inside each of the rooms, thereby serving the room itself.
While a pre-action system cabinet/valve assembly cannot be installed in an area subject to freezing (application for cold/refrigerated storage) is there anything preventing the cabinet from being installed in the space it serves?
Due to dry pipe system size constraints and distance, it is not possible to locate the cabinets in the sprinkler room.
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