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How to install a BERMAD Pre-Action Valve

Paul Goldsmith
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Paul Goldsmith 01 May 2018

This video presents the basic installation and the initial priming instructions for a BERMAD 7BM pre-action valve from the time you receive it, through to the installation and initial operation.

BERMAD double interlock and single interlock pre-action valves are widely used for fire protection systems in refrigerated or freezing areas, where water needs to be kept out of the system piping in the protected area. Pre-action valves are also used in museum archives and computer rooms, where water-sensitive items are stored and extinguishing water needs to be localized to the fire source only.

It also describes the importance of installing an air maintenance device (AMD) in accordance with the NFPA guidelines. The AMD controls and maintains the correct air pressure and quality in the system.  

Here is more information about BERMAD Pre-Action and Dry Pipe valves.

Learn more about BERMAD Fire Protaction solutions - Brochure

Topics: Fire Protection, Pre-Action Valve

Paul Goldsmith

Written by Paul Goldsmith

Paul has worked at BERMAD since 1998 as a Test Engineer for Research and Development, Product Management and in Marketing. He holds a degree in Water Management and Hydraulic Engineering from the Ruppin Academic Center.

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