Grinnell type C fire sprinkler head
- Mather and Platt Limited
Grinnell type C ornamental 'Quartzoid' bulb fire sprinkler head, made by Mather & Platt, Manchester, c.1934-5 and probably used on a passenger ship or in offices. Part of sprinkler collection showing the development of fire sprinkler heads from 1885 when
the company acquired the UK rights for the Grinnell sprinkler patent.
- Pumping Machinery
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- Sprinkler head manufactured from brass, to thread into associated pipework (not collected) and device to trigger water release in event of fire or heat. and brass
- sprinkler head
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