Oil Lubricated Tank Mounted Air Compressors With Digital Pressure Switch & Auto Tank Drain. For Use In Dry Pipe & Pre-Action Fire Sprinkler Systems.
Introducing the most advanced Fire Protection Air Compressors ever built! Featuring an all-new, UL 508 Listed, General Air Products Digital Pressure Switch and an Automatic Tank Drain Valve.
Digital Pressure Switch:
The ONLY UL-Listed Digital Pressure Switch in the Fire Protection industry designed and built by the compressor manufacturer themselves. Displays Pressure Readings, Run Hours, Amps, Cycles and is extremely easy to adjust pressure settings in the field.
General Air Products LT Advance Series tank mounted lubricated air compressors are integrally mounted on ASME coded air receivers. They arrive ready for installation with specially formulated compressor oil, vibration pads, a 30″ stainless steel flex hose and union.
As with all of our fire protection air compressors, the LT Advance Series is specifically engineered to pressurize dry pipe and pre-action sprinkler systems according to the parameters of NFPA 13. Tank mounted air compressors are recommended as the ideal type of compressor for dry pipe sprinkler applications.
Range: The LT Advance Series lubricated tank mounted fire protection air compressors can be used in dry sprinkler systems up to 2300 gallons in size.
Note: An AMD-1 air maintenance device is required by code with all tank mounted fire protection air compressors. Multiple dry valves may be supplied from a single tank mounted compressor when using our AMD-1 on each individual system.
Lead Time: 4 weeks to ship
For large orders & exact lead times, please consult factory.
Click on the model numbers to find additional product information and to order maintenance kits
- LT Series Installation and Operation Manual
- Digital Pressure Switch Quick Reference Guide
- LT Series Installation Drawing
- Air Compressor Installation Checklist
- Air Compressor Maintenance and Troubleshooting Guide
- How To Select Air Compressors for Fire Sprinkler Systems
- Wiring Guides for Older Model Motors