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Daejin Sanup Co.

12, Wolmun-gil
Paltan-myeon
Hwaseong-si
Gyeonggi-do
445971
Korea

Tel: +82-31-354-1747
Email: daejinsp@genie-systems.com • Web: www.genie-systems.com/


Certificate No 1298a to LPS 1261: Issue 02 (Draft)


Daejin Sanup Co. Genie-Systems DJ25UB – 25 mm Unbraided Flexible Sprinkler Hose

Product

Length (mm)

Nominal Size / Connection Supply

Nominal Size / Connection Outlet

Maximum Working Pressure (bar)

LPCB
Ref. No.
DJ25UB-700

700

1" NPT/PT external thread

½" NPT/PT internal thread

¾" NPT/PT internal thread

16

1298a/01
DJ25UB-1000

1000

1" NPT/PT external thread

½" NPT/PT internal thread

¾" NPT/PT internal thread

16

1298a/01
DJ25UB-1200

1200

1" NPT/PT external thread

½" NPT/PT internal thread

¾" NPT/PT internal thread

16

1298a/01
DJ25UB-1500

1500

1" NPT/PT external thread

½" NPT/PT internal thread

¾" NPT/PT internal thread

16

1298a/01
DJ25UB-1800

1800

1" NPT/PT external thread

½" NPT/PT internal thread

¾" NPT/PT internal thread

16

1298a/01

 

These products have been approved as a Type 2 hose of moderate flexibility in accordance with LPS 1261. These may be used in applications where little or no differential movement between the two ends is expected after installation (e.g. supply to single sprinklers in suspended ceilings).
1)    Daejin Sanup Co. Genie-Systems DJ25UB sprinkler hose connections are approved for use in the following applications:



All pipework supplying Daejin Sanup Co. sprinkler connection assemblies in pre-calculated systems shall be sized as distribution mains
*up to 1 x 90 bends
**up to 2 x 90 bends
***up to 3 x 90 bends
2)    In suspended ceilings Daejin Sanup Co. DJ25UB sprinkler connection must be installed in accordance with the Daejin Sanup Co. Installation Manuals IM-L-01(R.2) and IM-L-02(R.2) dated 02.06.2015.
3)    In suspended ceilings the outlet reducer must be secured to the ceiling support system with brackets supplied. For other applications the installer must supply brackets to ensure sprinkler is secure.

  

 


 

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