Fire Suppression Systems in South Florida

Fire suppression systems for special hazards come in many different forms and are specific to the hazard they are protecting. For commercial kitchens and businesses with delicate or expensive equipment, a fire suppression system is a must. 

LifeSafety Management has a long history of protecting mission-critical equipment for all types of businesses. If you have a commercial kitchen, including those that are mobile, a pre-engineered system designed for such environments will be required. In addition, computer server rooms, paint spray booths, industrial machinery, aircraft hangers, fuel farms, and marine environments can be protected by specific suppression systems.

Call LifeSafety today to schedule fire suppression services in South Florida: contact us online or call us at (800) 330-1158 today.

Commercial Kitchens Fire Suppression

A kitchen can be a hectic environment; it faces more fire emergencies than any other industry. With high temperatures and flames, the hazard can be quite high. A listed fire suppression system in compliance with UL 300 and NFPA 96 is required to be installed, inspected, and maintained. LSM can specify the system, create the necessary drawings for permit submittal, inspect it, and maintain it to ensure compliance.

Types of Fire Suppression Systems

Different kinds of fire suppression systems exist to cover different kind of hazards and environments. These primary clean agents help stop the spread of fire and eventually put it out altogether:

  • Clean Agent: Chemicals such as Novec 1230 and FM-200 (HFC-227ea) are designed specifically for sensitive electronic equipment. The gas is discharged onto the equipment and the agent works to absorb heat to prevent the equipment from catching on fire. It is one of the fastest suppression systems available and doesn’t leave an oily residue.
  • Foam: Foam is employed in highly flammable environments such as airports, fuel farms, or manufacturing plants. It removes oxygen and prevents combustion. Foam expands rapidly upon discharge, making it practical for large areas like airplane hangars.
  • Wet Chemical: Wet chemical systems are most commonly found in commercial cooking suppression systems and are designed specifically to suppress fires as a result of the cooking process.
  • Dry Chemical: Dry chemical systems are ideal for class A,B, or C, fires and are most commonly found protecting areas such as paint spray booths.
  • CO2: Carbon dioxide systems are specially designed for areas without any occupants. The systems are installed in marine applications such as engine compartments or industrial areas such as control rooms and heavy machinery.

Fire Suppression Installation, Inspection & Maintenance in South Florida

If your business environment warrants a fire suppression system, get in touch with LifeSafety Management today. We will design a system to protect your specific environment and ensure your valuables will be safe in the event of an emergency. Once we have designed and installed your fire suppression system, we will inspect your system on a regular basis. We work hard to make sure your business is always code-compliant and up-to-date. Our inspections test your detectors, simulate discharge, check evacuation circuits, evaluate hazard status, and more. Fire Suppression Services in South Florida

We are committed to keeping your system fully functional and at the ready, so if you ever need an inspection or repair or have a question about your system’s operation, do not hesitate to contact us. When you work with LifeSafety Management, you know we’ve got you covered.

To learn more about our fire suppression services, contact us online or call us at (800) 330-1158 today!

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