Victaulic Fire Protection Seminars – Australia

FIRELOCK™ nxt wet, deluge & preaction system check valves Vicflex™ flexible sprinkler drops

Victaulic will be hosting a series of seminars across Australia featuring for two patented solutions for the Fire Protection industry – FireLock NXT™ check valves and VicFlex™ flexible sprinkler systems.

The check valve seminar will feature Series 751 Wet Valve, and the new FireLock NXT™ Deluge and Preaction Check Valve range, focusing on the new intuitive trim layout, thoughtfully designed to offer streamlined set-up, simplified maintenance and dependable operation.

The Victaulic VicFlex™ seminar will offer technical information of selecting and installing an appropriate flexible drop system.

*Content varies by location. Contact Victaulic for details.

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13 & 16 October – Fire Industry Training Centre


17 October – Hotel Mercure Sydney Parramatta


19 & 20 October – The Services Trade College


23 October – Firecorp NT


26 October – Rendezvous Hotel Scarborough

  • Victaulic FireLock NXT Valve Systems
    • Basic Information
    • General Functionality
    • Benefits
    • Series 751 Wet System Check Valve
    • Series 769N FireLock NXT Deluge System Check Valve
    • Series 769N FireLock NXT Preaction System Check Valve
  • Victaulic VicFlex™ Systems
    • Anatomy of a Flexible Hose
    • Applications of a Flexible Hose
    • Inspection and Commissioning
    • The Future of Flexible Hoses
  • Resources
  • Review Session / Q&A
Speaker Profile
Jack Carbone, Marco Calderon photography, July 12, 2017, Victaulic University Senior Engineer

Jack Carbone is a Senior Engineer with Victaulic, and has been a member of the Victaulic University training team for 5 years. With over 20 years’ experience in the fire protection industry, Jack has technical expertise in fire protection valves, sprinklers, flexible sprinkler systems and providing application support and training for installers and AHJs. Jack holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering, a Masters of Business Administration and has held various NFPA and NFSA committee member roles.