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    Ready. Set. Flow. is a campaign designed by the National Association of State Fire Marshalls to increase education for the fire service, businesses, and fire sprinkler contractors on the importance of protecting FDCs with locking caps.

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    Fire Departments in Express Jurisdictions have approved the use of FDC Locking Caps.
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    How Do Locking Caps Work?

    Fire Ttuck and Fire Hose

    In the event of a fire, Fire Departments connect to an FDC (Fire Department Connection) to supplement a sprinkler or standpipe system.

    Connector

    Unprotected FDCs are vulnerable to debris and nesting animals that clog the pipes and prevent the flow of water.

    Knox FDC Locks

    Knox FDC Locks protect these connections and keep pipes clean, ensuring the maximum flow of water.

    “At Brooks Equipment, we feel strongly about helping fire departments increase efficiencies, and the partnership with the Knox Company allows us to play a role in helping both businesses and firefighters when fires occur,”
    - Robert Bell, Jr., General Manager, Brooks Equipment.

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