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Worldwidewww.tyco-fire.comContactsType D3 PROTECTOSPRAYDirectional Spray Nozzles, Open,Medium VelocityGeneralDescriptionThe TYCO Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAYNozzles are open (non-automatic)directional spray nozzles and they aredesigned for use in water spray fixedsystems for fire protection applications.They are external deflector type nozzlesthat discharge a uniformly filled cone ofmedium velocity water droplets.The D3 Nozzles are effective in covering exposed vertical, horizontal,curved, and irregular shaped surfacesin a cooling spray to prevent excessiveabsorption of heat from an externalfire and possible structural damage orspread of fire to the protected equipment. In some applications, dependingon water design density requirements,the Type D3 Nozzles may also be usedfor fire control or extinguishment.The Type D3 Nozzles are available in awide variety of orifice sizes and sprayangles (included angle of dis charge)to provide versatility in system design.Refer to Technical Data Sheet TFP890for information on Blow-Off Plugs thatcan be used for applications whereprotection is required against insectinfestation or accumulation of debriswithin the nozzle orifice.It is recommended that the end user beconsulted with respect to the suitability of the materials of construction andfinish for any given corrosive environment. The effects of ambient tempera-ture, concentration of chemicals, andgas/chemical velocity, should be considered, at a minimum, along with thecorrosive nature to which the sprin klersmay be exposed.The Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAY Nozzleis a re-designation for the Gem TypeD3.NOTICEThe Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAYNozzles described herein must beinstalled and maintained in compliance with this document, and with theapplicable standards of the NATIONALFIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, inaddition to the standards of any authorities having jurisdiction. Failure to do somay impair the performance of thesedevices.The design of individual water sprayfixed systems can vary considerably,depending on the characteristics andnature of the hazard, the basic purposeof the spraying system, the configuration of the hazard, and wind/draft conditions. Because of these variationsas well as the wide range of availablenozzle spray characteristics, the designof water spray fixed systems for fireprotection must only be performed byexperienced designers who thoroughlyunderstand the limitations as well ascapabilities of such systems.The owner is responsible for maintaining their fire protection systemand devices in proper operating condition. Contact the installing contractor or product manufacturer with anyquestions.IMPORTANTRefer to Technical Data SheetTFP2300 for warnings pertaining toregulatory and health information.ApprovalsThe natural finish, chrome plated, andlead coated bronze, as well as stainless steel Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAYNozzles are UL and C-UL Listed, aswell as FM Approved.Maximum Working Pressure175 psi (12,1 bar)Also refer to Figure 2, Note 2Discharge CoefficientRefer to Table ASpray AnglesRefer to Table BFinish and MaterialRefer to Table EThread Connection1/2 inch NPTPhysical Characteristics(Bronze)Frame BronzeDeflector BronzeSplitter BronzePin BronzeAlways refer to Technical DataSheet TFP700 for the “INSTALLERWARNING” that provides cautionswith respect to handling and installation of sprinkler systems and components. Improper handling andinstallation can permanently damagea sprinkler system or its components and cause the sprinkler to failto operate in a fire situation or causeit to operate prematurely.Page 1 of 6TechnicalDataPhysical Characteristics(Stainless Steel)Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . ASTM A-743 Grade CF-8M(equiv. Type 316 S.S.)Deflector Type 316 S.S.Splitter Type 316 S.S.Pin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type 316 S.S.AUGUST 2018TFP802

TFP802Page 2 of 6DesignCriteriaNozzle Placement. Where directimpingement of water spray onto allof the protected surface is required bythe authority having jurisdiction, thenozzles are to be spaced and directedso that their spray patterns will completely cover the plane-of-protectionwith the minimum required averagedensity; however, it is recommendedthat indoor nozzle spacing be 12 ft.(3,7 m) or less and that outdoor nozzlespacing be 10 ft. (3,0 m) or less. Whererundown or slippage is planned, suchas, exposure protection of vessels perNFPA 15, the above rec o mmendedindoor and outdoor spac i ngs alsoapply.When used for protecting the surfacesof a vessel, for example, the nozzlesare positioned normal to and approximately 2 ft. (0,6 m) from the surface.This approach, in conjunction witha properly selected spray angle, willtend to make more effective use of thespray as well as help minimize the disturbance effects of wind/draft conditions on the water spray patterns.Spray Patterns. The Design SprayProfiles for the nozzle spray angles of65 to 180 degrees are shown in Figure2 and apply to discharge pressures of20 to 60 psi (1,4 to 4,1 bar). Dischargepressures in excess of 60 psi (4,1 bar)will result in a decrease in coveragearea since the spray patterns tend todraw inwards at higher pressures. Referinquiries on higher discharge pressuresto the Technical Services Department.The maximum axial distances betweenthe nozzle tip and plane-of-protection,for exposure protection, are given inTable C and D. When the axial distance from the nozzle tip to the planeof-protection is 2 ft. (0,6 m) or less,the Design Spray Profile is the sameas the nominal spray angles of 65 thru140 degrees.Main Pipeline Strainers. Main pipeline strainers per NFPA 15 are requiredfor systems utilizing nozzles with a flowpath less than 3/8 in. (9,5 mm) diameter, i.e., No. 16 thru No. 24 (Ref. TableA), and for any system where the wateris likely to contain obstructive material.1-3/4"(44,5 mm)PINSPRAY ANGLE(INCLUDED ANGLEOF DISCHARGE)STAMPED ONDEFLECTORDEFLECTOR2-1/16"(52,4 mm)SPLITTER2-1/2"(63,5 mm)ORIFICE SIZESTAMPED ONWRENCHINGAREAWRENCHINGAREAFRAME1/2" NPT7/16" (11,1 mm)NOMINAL MAKE-INFIGURE 1TYPE D3 PROTECTOSPRAY NOZZLESNOMINAL i½LPM/bar½NO. 16NO. 18NO. 210.203”0.250”0.281”(5,16 mm)(6,35 mm)( 7,14 mm),325,933,143,2NO. 240.328”(8,33 mm)3.0NO. 280.375”(9,53 mm)4.159,0NO. 320.438”(11,13 mm)5.680,6NO. 340.500”(12,70 mm)7.2103,7TABLE ASELECTION OF ORIFICE SIZES65 80 95 110 125 140 TABLE BSELECTION OF SPRAY ANGLES160 180

TFP802Page 3 of 6RADIAL DISTANCE FROMNOZZLE CENTERLINE, METERS0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,502180 4160 6140 125 8110 1095 1280 1465 AXIAL DISTANCE FROM NOZZLE, METERSAXIAL DISTANCE FROM NOZZLE, FEETRADIAL DISTANCE FROMNOZZLE CENTERLINE, FEET2468000,5180 1,0160 1,5140 2,0125 2,5110 3,095 3,580 4,04,565 16AXIAL DISTANCENOZZLEPLANE OFPROTECTIONSPRAYPROFILERADIALDISTANCEFIXED ANGLE(ORIENTATION)NOTES:GRAVITY1. Design data obtained from tests in still air.2. Design data applies to a residual (flowing) pressure range at the nozzle inlet of 20 to60 psi (1,4 to 4,1 bar). For pressures up to 175 psi (12,1 bar) consult JohnsonControls Technical Services.Refer to the authority having jurisdiction for their minimum required residual pressures.3. The shapes of the Design Spray Profiles remain essentially unchanged over themaximum Axial Distances shown in Tables C and D.4. For axial distances of 2 feet (0,6 meters) and less and for nozzle spray angles of 65 to 140 , the Design Spray Profile is the same as the nominal spray angle.5. The maximum Axial Distances shown in Tables C and D are based on exposureprotection.FIGURE 2WATER DISTRIBUTION DESIGN DATAFIGURE 3W-TYPE 11SPRINKLER WRENCHInstallationThe TYCO Type D3 ProtectosprayNozzles must be installed in accordance with this section.General InstructionsA leak-tight 1/2 inch NPT nozzle jointshould be obtained by applying aminimum to maximum torque of 7 to 14ft.-lbs. (9,5 to 19,0 Nm). Higher levelsof torque may cause impairment of thenozzle.Step 1. With pipe-thread sealantapplied to the pipe threads, handtighten the nozzle into the nozzle fitting.Step 2. Tighten the nozzle into thenozzle fitting using only the W-Type 11Sprinkler Wrench (Figure 3). With reference to Figure 1, apply the W-Type11 Sprinkler Wrench to the wrenchingarea.

TFP802Page 4 of 6MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 65 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 10-6 12-6 13-0 13-3 14-6 15-0 15-630 8-310-9 10-9 11-9 12-6 13-6 13-945 7-310-0 10-0 11-3 11-6 12-6 12-960 6-69-39-610-9 11-0 11-9 12-690 6-08-69-010-3 10-6 10-9 11-6120 5-97-67-67-68-39-09-6135 5-36-06-36-67-08-08-6150 5-35-65-65-96-37-37-6180 5-05-05-05-65-96-67-0MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 125 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 4-65-06-67-910-0 10-3 10-630 3-93-96-36-98-68-68-945 3-03-65-96-07-97-68-360 2-63-05-65-97-37-37-990 2-02-94-95-05-96-06-6120 1-92-33-33-33-93-94-6135 1-61-92-62-63-33-33-9150 1-61-62-02-32-62-93-6180 1-31-31-92-02-32-63-3MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 80 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 9-010-6 11-0 12-0 13-0 14-0 14-030 7-38-38-910-6 11-6 12-3 12-345 6-37-68-010-3 10-6 11-3 11-360 5-67-07-610-0 10-3 10-9 10-990 5-06-07-09-39-69-910-0120 4-64-95-96-67-37-08-0135 4-34-65-05-66-06-36-9150 4-04-04-65-05-65-66-0180 3-93-94-04-64-95-35-6MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 140 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 4-04-66-06-68-08-08-030 3-33-65-65-66-37-07-045 2-92-95-05-05-66-66-660 2-32-64-64-65-35-65-990 1-92-34-04-04-64-65-0120 1-61-92-32-32-63-03-6135 1-31-61-61-62-02-62-9150 1-31-31-61-61-92-32-6180 1-01-01-31-31-62-02-3MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 95 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 7-07-99-610-6 11-0 12-0 12-630 5-96-67-99-910-6 10-9 11-045 5-36-37-09-69-910-3 10-360 4-96-06-99-39-69-99-990 4-05-06-68-38-68-98-9120 3-63-95-05-36-36-06-6135 3-33-64-04-65-35-35-6150 3-03-03-64-04-64-64-9180 3-03-03-33-94-04-34-6MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 160 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 3-63-94-95-06-06-97-030 2-93-04-34-65-05-96-345 2-32-63-94-04-65-35-660 1-92-33-63-94-34-95-390 1-31-93-03-33-63-94-3120 1-01-31-62-02-02-32-6135 1-01-01-31-31-61-92-0150 0-90-91-01-01-61-61-9180 0-90-90-90-91-31-61-6MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 110 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 6-07-09-09-611-0 11-3 11-630 5-36-37-38-99-69-910-045 4-95-96-68-69-09-09-360 4-35-66-38-38-68-68-990 3-64-65-97-67-67-67-9120 2-93-34-64-65-65-65-6135 2-62-93-63-64-64-64-9150 2-32-63-03-33-63-94-3180 2-32-32-93-03-33-63-9MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 180 SPRAY ANGLEIN FEET AND INCHESORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 2-93-03-63-64-06-06-030 2-32-33-63-63-95-05-045 1-92-03-33-33-64-34-360 1-61-92-92-93-33-93-990 1-01-62-02-02-63-03-0120 0-91-01-01-01-61-61-6135 0-60-90-90-91-31-31-3150 0-60-60-60-61-01-01-0180 0-60-60-60-60-90-90-9TABLE CMAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE BETWEEN NOZZLE TIP ANDPLANE-OF-PROTECTION FOR EXPOSURE PROTECTION — FEET AND INCHES

TFP802Page 5 of 6MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 65 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 3,23,84,04,04,44,64,730 2,53,33,33,63,84,14,245 2,23,03,03,43,53,83,960 2,02,82,93,33,43,63,890 1,82,62,73,13,23,33,5120 1,82,32,32,32,52,72,9135 1,71,81,92,02,12,42,6150 1,61,71,71,91,92,22,3180 1,51,51,51,71,82,02,1MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 125 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 1,41,52,02,43,03,13,230 1,11,11,92,12,62,62,745 0,91,11,81,82,42,32,560 0,80,91,71,82,22,22,490 0,60,81,41,51,81,82,0120 0,50,71,01,01,11,11,4135 0,50,50,80,81,01,01,1150 0,50,50,60,70,80,81,1180 0,40,40,50,60,70,81,0MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 80 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 2,73,23,43,74,04,34,330 2,22,52,73,23,53,73,745 1,92,32,43,13,23,43,460 1,72,12,33,03,13,33,390 1,51,82,12,82,93,03,0120 1,41,41,82,02,22,12,4135 1,31,41,51,71,81,92,1150 1,21,21,41,51,71,71,8180 1,11,11,21,41,41,61,7MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 140 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 1,21,41,82,02,42,42,430 1,01,11,71,71,92,12,145 0,80,81,51,51,72,02,060 0,70,81,41,41,61,71,890 0,50,71,21,21,41,41,5120 0,50,50,70,80,80,91,1135 0,40,50,50,50,60,80,8150 0,40,40,50,50,50,70,8180 0,30,30,40,40,50,60,7MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 95 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 2,12,42,93,23,43,73,830 1,82,02,43,03,23,33,445 1,61,92,12,93,03,13,160 1,41,82,12,82,93,03,090 1,21,52,02,52,62,72,7120 1,11,11,51,61,91,82,0135 1,01,11,21,41,61,61,7150 0,90,91,11,21,41,41,4180 0,90,91,11,11,21,31,4MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 160 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 1,11,11,41,51,82,12,130 0,80,91,31,41,51,81,945 0,70,81,11,21,41,61,760 0,50,71,11,11,11,41,690 0,40,50,91,00,71,11,3120 0,30,40,50,60,50,70,8135 0,30,30,40,40,50,50,6150 0,20,20,30,30,50,50,5180 0,20,20,20,20,50,50,5MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 110 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 1,82,12,72,93,43,43,530 1,61,92,22,72,93,03,045 1,41,82,02,62,72,72,860 1,31,71,92,52,62,62,790 1,11,41,82,32,32,32,4120 0,81,01,41,41,71,71,7135 0,80,81,11,11,41,41,4150 0,70,80,91,01,11,11,3180 0,70,70,80,91,11,11,1MAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE FOR 180 SPRAY ANGLEIN METERSORIFICE SIZEFIXEDANGLE161821242832340 0,80,91,11,11,21,81,830 0,70,71,11,11,11,51,545 0,50,61,01,01,11,31,360 0,50,50,80,81,01,11,190 0,30,50,60,60,80,90,9120 0,20,30,30,30,50,50,5135 0,20,20,20,20,40,40,4150 0,20,20,20,20,30,30,3180 0,20,20,20,20,20,20,2TABLE DMAXIMUM AXIAL DISTANCE BETWEEN NOZZLE TIP ANDPLANE-OF-PROTECTION FOR EXPOSURE PROTECTION — METERS

TFP802Page 6 of 6P/N* 49 — 3XX — X — XXXORIFICE SIZESPRAY ANGLEFINISH & MATERIAL16NO. 161NATURAL FINISH BRONZE18NO. 184TEFLON COATED BRONZE21NO. 217LEAD COATED BRONZE24NO. 249CHROME PLATED BRONZE28NO. 280NATURAL FINISH STAINLESS STEEL32NO. 3234NO. 34* Use Suffix “I” for the ISO 7-1 connection;for example, 49-321-1-110-I06565 08080 09595 110110 125125 140140 160160 180180 TABLE ETYPE D3 PROTECTOSPRAY NOZZLESPART NUMBER SELECTIONCare andMaintenanceThe TYCO Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAYNozzles must be maintained and serviced in accordance with this section.Before closing a fire protection systemmain control valve for maintenancework on the fire protection system thatit controls, permission to shut down theaffected fire protection system must beobtained from the proper authoritiesand all personnel who may be affectedby this action must be notified.Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAY Nozzlesmust never be painted, plated, coatedor altered in any way after leaving thefactory; otherwise, the spray performance may be impaired.Care must be exercised to avoiddamage to the nozzles before, during,and after installation. Nozzles damagedby dropping, striking, wrench twist/slippage, or the like, must be replaced.Frequent visual inspections are recommended to be initially performedfor nozzles installed in potentially corrosive atmospheres to verify the integrity of the materials of construction andfinish as they may be affected by thecorrosive conditions present for a giveninstallation. Thereafter, annual inspections per NFPA 25 are required.Water spray fixed systems for fire protection service require regularly scheduled care and maintenance by trainedpersonnel. In addition to inspecting nozzles for proper spray performance during water flow trip tests ofthe system, it is recommended thatnozzles be periodically inspectedfor broken or missing parts (including blow-off plugs where applicable),loading/obstructions, or other evidenceof impaired protection. The inspections should be scheduled weekly oras frequently as may be necessary,and corrective action must be takento ensure that the nozzles will performas intended in the event of a fire.For installations subject to freezingand where blow-off plugs have beeninstalled, a periodic inspection must beperformed for evidence of ice build-upfrom trapped condensate which couldaffect the proper release of the blowoff plugs.The owner is responsible for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of theirfire protection system and devices incompliance with this document, as wellas with the applicable standards of theNATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (e.g., NFPA 25), in addition tothe standards of any other authoritieshaving jurisdiction. Contact the installing contractor or product manufacturerwith any questions.Water spray fixed systems are recommended to be inspected, tested,and maintained by a qualified Inspection Service in accordance with localrequirements and/or national codes.LimitedWarrantyFor warranty terms and conditions, visitwww.tyco-fire.com.OrderingProcedureContact your local distributor for availability. When placing an order, indicatethe full product name and Part Number(P/N).D3 PROTECTOSPRAY NozzlesSpecify: No. (orifice), Type D3 PROTECTOSPRAY Nozzle with (finish/coating and material) with (number)degree spray angle, P/N (from table E)Sprinkler WrenchSpecify: W-Type 11 Sprinkler Wrench,P/N 56-452-1-001Optional Blow-Off PlugsSpecify: Blow-Off Plug Style (letter),P/N (specify):(No.16) Style A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(No.18) Style K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(No.21) Style J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(No.24) Style I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(No.28) Style H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(No.32) Style E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(No.34) Style D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1400 Pennbrook Parkway, Lansdale, PA 19446 Telephone 1-215-362-0700 2018 Johnson Controls. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION and NFPA are registered trademarks of National Fire Protection 320-1-00756-320-1-00656-320-1-00556-320-1-004

a properly selected spray angle, will tend to make more effective use of the spray as well as help minimize the dis-turbance effects of wind/draft condi-tions on the water spray patterns. Spray Patterns. The Design Spray Profiles for the nozzle spray angles of 65 to 180 degrees

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