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Electric Remote Controlled Monitor systems are pre-engineered systems specifically designed for hazardous location Class I, Division or Zone 2 environments. Each ERCM includes: monitor / water cannon (85 brass), master stream nozzle (brass*), monitor junction box (stainless steel), monitor motor control panel (stainless steel), and an operator control panel (stainless steel).
Hydraulic Remote Controlled Monitor systems are pre-engineered systems specifically designed for hazardous location Class I, Division 1 environments. Each HRCM includes: monitor / water cannon (85 brass or SS), master stream nozzle (brass), valve & pump box (NEMA 7/4 cast aluminum) with spool assembly (welded steel riser pipe), and operator control panel (NEMA 7/4 or NEMA 4X).
Custom systems are designed and engineered for your specific hazardous location application. This could include anything from gas mitigation to mining operations to marine & saltwater applications. Custom systems allow the user to specify how many monitors per system, the environmental rating, material, actuation type, communication type, etc.
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For years of dependable performance and protection in extreme environments. Complete systems include proven Elkhart components designed for easy and effective plug-and-play operation
Components meet NFPA/NEC requirements for Class 1 Division 2 service
Configurable network communication between control panels
Specifically provided to meet the unique needs of any application
Like sentries, Elkhart’s industrial systems are designed to stand guard over industrial complexes, refineries, chemical plants, loading docks, tanker berthings, railroad yards, offshore platforms, etc.
A complete Elkhart Brass INDUSTRIAL FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM is composed of:
Utilizing over 20 years of experience in remote control systems, Elkhart Brass customizes all aspects of our approach to deliver a system suited to your needs. Having Elkhart Brass handle all aspects of your industrial system means your project goes in on schedule, on budget and performs as expected.
When a fire strikes, seconds count
Prompt response can mean the difference between a minor inconvenience and a six-month plant shut-down. Instantaneous control needs to be in reach, but well out of harm's way. The Elkhart Brass advanced electronic controls provide prompt and dependable control of potential crisis situations. That's just one reason why many of the biggest names in industry protect their physical investments with Elkhart's electronic remote controlled monitor systems (ERCMs). They also know that Elkhart has the experience and capabilities to do the entire job right - right from the start and all the way through final installation and service.
Leveraging Elkhart Brass’ know-how in the industrial system arena gives you a hassle-free experience. Elkhart Brass brings all project aspects, from design to manufacturing through programming and support, “under one roof” — assuring your project will:
Elkhart Brass utilizes proven modular components — including products certified by CE, U.L. listed, and/or FM approved — to build systems tailored to your specific requirements. The Elkhart Brass solution guarantees you receive:
With Elkhart Brass systems, the instant the system is needed for fire protection or actual firefighting, the “hardware” (monitors, nozzles, valves, etc.) can be activated from a remote location where the operator can: turn on the water supply, direct monitors vertically or horizontally, and change the stream pattern of the nozzle — all from a safe distance. Some standard safety options include:
Electronic monitors offer more control options while maintaining a similar price point to hydraulic monitors. Additionally, with electronic monitors, the controls themselves are fully integrated into the system. Some of the highlights of an electric monitor system include:
Network communications are adaptable to changing needs while being cost-effective.
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|Environmental Conditions||Class 1, Div 1|
|Class 1, Div 2|
|Caustic Gas Environments|
|Available Flow per Monitor||300 - 2000 GPM|
|Number of Monitors||Unlimited|
|Available Materials||Marine Brass|
|Plant Interface (M-Link)|
|Hydraulic (for Class 1, Div 1 applications)|
|Communication Options||Electric (Discrete Cable)|
|Voltage Options||Support for all AC/DC voltages|
|Ratings and Certifications||CE|
|Common Elective Features||Status and Warning Notification|
|Panic Button Discharge|
|Communication Protocols||Device Net|
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