VSR-C-4 Potter Sprinkler Saddle Type Flow Switch For Copper Pipe 4in 100mm 4.500in 114.3mm


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Potter’s model VSR-C-4 Potter Sprinkler Saddle Type Flow Switch For Copper Pipe 4in 100mm 4.500in 114.3mm. The Model VSR-C is a vane type waterflow switch for use on wet sprinkler systems. It is UL Listed for use on Type K, L, and M copper pipe, sizes 2" thru 4" (50mm - 100mm). The VSR-C may also be used as a sectional waterfl ow detector on large systems. The VSR-C contains two single pole, double throw, snap action switches and an adjustable, instantly recycling pneumatic retard. The switches are actuated when a flow of 10 GPM (38 LPM) or more occurs downstream of the device. The flow condition must exist for a period of time necessary to overcome the selected retard period... Potter E respective in Manufacturing 3 New Year's Resolutions for Manufacturing & Distribution Businesses By Mike Metz Should auld tax rulings be forgot, and new ones take their place, They'll give a cup of good advice, to help our clients keep pace. In the spirit of the New Year, here are three tax resolutions to help manufacturing and distribution (M&D) businesses enhance their performance and maximize tax savings. Resolution #1: Comply With New Affordable Care Act Reporting Requirements and Avoid Penalties. . In order to collect the data necessary to enforce compliance, new tax information reporting is required for businesses with 50 or more full-time or full-time-equivalent employees, with reporting duties starting in early 2016 for the 2015 calendar year. . Don't procrastinate when it comes to ACA reporting! Now is the time for businesses to determine which of the information reporting forms (Forms 1094-B, 1095-B, 1094-C and/or 1095-C) are required and get a jump start on gathering the necessary data in order to ensure accurate filing of the forms with the IRS by the February 28, 2016, deadline (or March 31, if filing electronically). The new health insurance reporting requires businesses to provide a summary statement to their employees, in addition to sending a copy to the IRS. This reporting, similar in some ways to a W-2 or 1099, details the specific coverage periods and the amount of health insurance premiums paid on an employee's behalf.

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