Suppression systems use a combination of dry chemicals and/or wet agents to suppress equipment fires. Suppression systems have become a necessity to several industries as they help control damage and loss to equipment. Typical uses of the suppression systems are in kitchens, paint booth, electronic rooms, and commercial vehicles.
Inspections

 In order to ensure that they operate properly when needed and don’t trip unnecessarily, both federal certification requirements and state licensure requirements require that you properly inspect, test and maintain the exhaust hoods, filters and fire-extinguishing equipment. We inspect for:

  • The extinguishing system is in proper operation
  • Manual actuators are unobstructed
  • Tamper indicators and seals are intact
  • The maintenance tag or certificate is in place
  • There is no obvious physical damage
  • Pressure gauges, if provided, are in operable range

Code: NFPA 17, NFPA 17A
UL-300 FAQ's

 
Installations

We have over 35 years of experience in installation of fire suppression systems. As an Ansul distributor, it important to choose a company that will take pride in its work and whose product is guaranteed by the manufacture. We have installed for companies such as Olive Garden, Donkin Donuts, Gerber Collision, Old Chicago, Costco and more.

Distributor of

Ansul * Pyro Chem * Amerex * Guardian

 
Repairs and Additions

If you are looking to make additions to your system, have changed the configuration of your appliances,  added appliances or needed to be upgraded to UL-300 Standards, we have professionally trained technicians to service your needs.

    

Sales And Service 

Please contact us for any sales or services needs you may have.