From Troubleshooting: A Technician's Guide, 2nd Edition

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Products & Services
Fire Protection Services
Fire protection services install, maintain and monitor safety equipment such as flame and smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, fire alarms and annunciators.
Fire Sprinkler Heads
Fire sprinkler heads deliver a high-pressure flow of water or dry chemicals to a fire. They are usually are heat-activated and part of a larger fire prevention and safety system.
Fluid Heat Transfer Systems
Fluid heat transfer systems circulate thermal fluid through process equipment to maintain an even, consistent temperature profile.
Manual Valve Actuators
Manual valve actuators do not require an outside power source. They use a handwheel or lever to drive a series of gears whose ratio results in a higher output torque compared to the input (manual) torque.

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