Fire Suppression Systems

Fire Suppression Systems & Automatic Fire Suppression Systems control and extinguish fires in buildings without human intervention. Automatic Fire Suppression Systems fall into two categories engineered and pre-engineered systems. Fire Suppression Systems can use a variety of extinguishing agents depending on the assets it is designed to protect.

Dry Chemical Powder Fire Suppression Systems are fire suppression systems use dry chemical powder to extinguish a fire. When introduced directly to a fire, dry chemical powder extinguishes flames almost immediately. Dry chemical powder is intended for use in extinguishing fires involving bulk chemical agents and liquefied gases.

Gaseous fire suppression systems are gas suppression systems using chemical agents to extinguish a fire. Gaseous fire suppression systems are waterless, deploy quickly and most importantly cleanly without leaving water, particulate or oily residue on high value or irreplaceable assets.

Fire sprinkler systems are active fire protection systems designed to protect buildings from the outbreak of fires by sprinkling water over them. The fire sprinkler systems consists of a water supply system, connected to a distribution piping system that are in turn fitted with fire sprinklers that discharge water as a fine spray at the scene of a fire.

A Water Mist System is a fixed fire protection system that discharges a fine spray of small water droplets. The water droplets discharged from a water mist system remove heat and displace oxygen from the fire resulting in fire suppression.

Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems suppresses a vehicle fire in its earliest stages, before it becomes fully established and spreads into highly combustible areas.  Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems are designed with the toughest work environments and as a result, damage is limited and equipment down time is held to a minimum.