Fire Suppression System Installation
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After fire extinguishers and sprinkler systems, some facilities still require additional help with safety. Fire suppression system installation offers another level of protection for unique circumstances. These usually have to deal with extensive and expensive computer technology or production equipment. Also, facilities who house hazardous chemicals, metallurgical materials, petroleum products, and other volatile and potentially toxic material types frequently use suppression methods instead of regular water sprinklers.
A professionally done fire suppression system installation takes every factor into account. Important things to know include what is being protected, materials used in the building construction, electrical system matters, and even the HVAC applications in place already.
Steps Fire Suppression System Installers
Take to Safeguard Property
- Identify and source the best pre-engineered suppression system setup and materials. At Metro Safety & Fire, Inc., Our long-term professional relationships with the highest quality fire safety product manufacturers allow us to bring only the best to every project.
- Study the property blueprints and layout to plan the most effective grid for the water or suppressant chemical to reach every part of the building. A plan for the fire suppression system installers follow is drafted. The positioning of the fire system installation parts follows regulations and the structure of the building.
- Metal or PVC pipes are installed in the ceilings and attached to pressurized canisters of fire fighting substances, sprinkler heads or nozzles, and all the necessary sensors and alarms.
- The type of fire extinguishing solution determines unique needs when it comes to the structural installation of the fire suppression system. These can include water, CO2, inert gases, fire retardant foams, and both wet and dry chemical types.
Experienced and knowledgeable technicians who do fire suppression system installation pay close attention to these and other steps that allow for placement of these important systems with a minimal amount of disruption. In the end, the protection of your sensitive files, computer servers, warehouse products, hazardous materials, or historical treasures is worth the time it takes fire suppression system installers to do their jobs the right way.