Fire Suppression Systems

Safety Systems offers a wide variety of wet and dry chemical fire suppression system options. As an authorized distributor for Pyro-Chem and Fike, we can accommodate any size system, large or small. In addition to the wet and dry chemical fire suppression systems, we also offer sprinkler monitoring systems, Ecaro-25 fire suppression systems and Carbon Dioxide fire suppression systems. To learn more about the different types of systems, please see below.






Sprinkler Monitoring Systems

Sprinkler monitoring systems monitor water sprinkler control valves to guard against tampering. They also monitor sprinkler risers for water flow and will transmit signals to Safety Systems Central Station.

Ecaro 25 Fire Suppression Systems

Ecaro 25 Fire Suppression Systems are typically used in computer rooms and other occupied areas with delicate electronics. Ecaro 25 is a gaseous agent which chemically interferes with the process of combustion, and leaves no residue. Ecaro 25 mixes with the air in the room without displacing oxygen, which is an important life safety feature, and is friendly to the environment.

Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression Systems (CO2)

CO2 systems extinguish fire by displacing the oxygen in the air. CO2 leaves no residue, and it is typically used in industrial applications, such as quench tanks, and unoccupied areas, such as electric transfer vaults.

Dry Chemical Fire Suppression Systems

Formerly used extensively for kitchen cooking hood fire systems, dry-chemical is now primarily used for paint booths and outdoor flammable liquid fire applications. The fine residue acts as a blanket to smother fire and prevent re-ignition.

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Wet Chemical Fire Suppression Systems

Used exclusively for kitchen hood applications, the discharge of fine droplets suppresses fire without the dusty residue associated with the older dry chemical types. Listed for use on both Class A fires, such as charcoal and mesquite, and Class B fires, flammable liquids.

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Clean Agent Systems

Clean agent systems are commonly used in areas of high-value or irreplaceable items. Some examples would in disaster recovery or server rooms, where the value of replacing equipment would be sky high.

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