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October 1, 2012
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Victaulic-100112-body.jpgVictaulic announces new name for sprinkler fitting system product line.

Victaulic, has renamed its AquaFlex® Sprinkler System product line to the VicFlex™ Sprinkler Fitting System. This global change comes at a perfect time with the introduction of the new Style AB1 Bracket and Series AH2 Braided Hose and will affect all products within the system.

“Fire Suppression contractors, engineers and building owners around the globe know that the Victaulic name stands for quality, innovation and products that increase productivity and get the job done,” said Tom Savage, product manager for Victaulic fire suppression systems. “With the new product line additions and the transition to the VicFlex name, we are highlighting the fact that customers will experience that same Victaulic quality, consistency and innovation.”

 The VicFlex Series AQB Fitting System, featuring the new Style AB1 Bracket and Series AH2 Braided Hose, is fully engineered and manufactured by Victaulic for consistent installation and performance, reducing hands-on time by as much as 39 percent. The system can also come pre-assembled for VicFlex Series AQB (braided) or Series AQU (corrugated) saving up to 60 percent jobsite time and reducing the risk of leaks during the installation process.

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