Fire extinguishers are designed to fight and reduce the spread of initial fires. There are multiple classes of fire extinguishers based on the type of fire, including ABC Powder, Carbon Dioxide, Wet Chemical, Water Mist, Foam, and Clean Agent. We have the experience and resources to install any of these fire extinguisher types.
Kitchen Hood Systems
In a busy commercial kitchen environment, kitchen hood systems are the first line of defense to prevent a fire. These systems work to reduce the risk of fire by removing heat and smoke vapors that are generated from the cooking process. Kitchen hood systems are vital to the safety of a commercial kitchen and also require routine maintenance by a certified fire protection company.
Fire Sprinkler System
Fire sprinkler systems are the primary defense against a fire in your commercial or industrial property. They are designed to protect your business and the lives of your employees by reducing the spread of a fire during the time before the fire department arrives. Safe-T Fire Protection offers a wide range of fire sprinkler systems to meet the unique needs of your business.
Emergency lighting is a vital system that will ensure the safety of your business in the event of a power outage during a fire or other emergency. These are battery-backed lighting devices that illuminate primary exit routes like stairs, corridors, aisles, or ramps. We can help you install them in the right places.
Spray Booth Systems
To run an industrial paint spray booth in your commercial or industrial business, you need a fire suppression system. This ensures that hazardous or flammable materials can be contained and repressed in the event of a fire.
Smoke detectors are an essential part of fire safety in homes and businesses. In times of an emergency, smoke detectors are the first defense against danger. In instances where certain types of fires arise, such as smoldering fires, it’s possible for them to spread quickly before being detected. Smoke detectors will note the change in the atmosphere and signal an alarm to go off, alerting people to the fire.
Fire alarm systems require several devices working together to provide an early warning of a fire. These systems are mandatory in buildings, industrial properties, offices, markets, multi-family living spaces, and more. They’re vital to ensuring employees and residents receive timely alerts of fire danger and can exit the building quickly.
Fire hydrants are the external connection point to a water supply, available to fire departments to fight fires. The proper installation and maintenance is vital to ensure that future fires can be repressed promptly.
Backflow devices are important to protect water supplies from being contaminated or polluted. Routine testing of your backflow preventer is also mandatory for commercial water lines to ensure your property has the best quality water.