Fire Suppression & Extinguishing Equipment
Humans are the best fire detection systems. Our senses allow us to detect a fire before it gets out of control, but without the proper equipment, there is little we can do. That is why it is important to have proper fire suppression and extinguishing equipment installed. Portable fire extinguishers need to be correctly sized and spaced for the specific hazard or application. Different sources of fire require different types of extinguishers, but having the correct extinguisher is meaningless unless it works when you need it. That is why fire codes require the extinguisher to be inspected and serviced at regular intervals.
Fire Extinguisher Types
We carry multiple fire extinguisher types to fit most of any application. Common types include ABC, BC, and Class K (for kitchens). Specialized application types are Water, CO2, Halon, and Class D. Sizes range from 2 ½ pounds up to 300 pounds.
Brands we inspect and service
Some of the fire extinguisher brands we inspect and service are:
Suppression System Types
A properly installed kitchen hood along with an engineered suppression system is designed to contain and extinguish cooking fires before they spread to the rest of the kitchen and onto the building.
Due to the extremely high importance that these systems operate when needed, fire codes require inspections every six months. Regular inspections and service help ensure these systems work when you need them and keep a minor incident from shutting down your business.
Fire Extinguisher and Kitchen Hood Suppression Systems Services
The services we offer on fire extinguishers and kitchen hood suppression systems are:
Annual and Semi-Annual Inspections
Six-year Inspections and Hydrotesting
Kitchen Hood Installations and Repair
System Integration with Fire Alarm and Appliance Shutdown
For high-value areas like server rooms, MRI machines, and art studios, we offer clean agents (FM200) and other automatic extinguishing agent systems.
Brands we install, inspect, and service
We install, inspect, and service most suppression systems, including: