Fire Suppression Systems are most commonly used in environments with heavy power equipment. Suppression systems use a combination of dry chemicals and / or wet agents to suppress equipment fires.
Fire Suppression Systems are used in areas which may be left unattended for periods of time but where it is essential that an outbreak of fire be dealt with straight away.
A Gas Fire Suppression System can provide a rapid response to a developing fire with a clean agent, leaving no residue and most importantly no equipment damage.
For these reasons Fire Suppression Systems are commonly used to protect:
- IT Server Rooms
- Switch Rooms
- High Value Storage Areas
- Electronic Equipment Rooms
- Commercial Kitchens
- Any room or premises with a lot of electrical equipment
Fire Suppression Systems have become best practice in several industries as they help control damage and loss to equipment. Common means of detection are through heat sensors, wiring, or manual detection. Having an appropriate Fire Suppression System in place can help reduce your risk and reduce your insurance costs.