Fire Suppression System Service
Fire suppression systems help prevent the spread of fires while protecting the employees and valuable business assets. It’s important that suppression systems get regular service & maintenance. We inspect and service all brands of systems. Routine services include:
- Fire suppression systems inspection
- Fire suppression systems testing
- Fire suppression systems maintenance
- Fire suppression systems repair
Certain types of suppression systems have become a necessity to several industries,as they help control damage and loss to equipment. This is especially important to businesses with equipment that they don’t want to be permanently damaged by traditional fire sprinkler systems.
Fire Suppression System Inspections
We have been helping to protect businesses in Lynchburg and throughout Central Virginia for nearly 50 years! We can handle a variety of suppression systems, including:
- Restaurant Inspections and Installs
- Paint Booth Inspections and Installs
- Vehicle Systems Inspections and Installs
We will inspect all components of your business’s fire suppression system, evaluating each part individually, including:
- Fire Hydrant
- Water Pressure Pumps
- Water Standpipes
- Fire Protection Systems
We offer monthly, quarterly, or annual fire protection suppression system inspections based on both your specific needs.
What is a Fire Suppression System?
A fire suppression system is a system with built-in components that detect fires in the early stages using automated warning signals. These are attached to an alarm system that will alert you when the fire has been detected and initiate steps to release an external substance and suppress the fire. They also have manual release in case that doesn’t work.
The purpose of a fire suppression system is to either put out a fire or stop it from propagating. These systems are often used together with fire alarms and smoke or heat detectors to safeguard people and physical structures.
The three main fire suppression system categories use water, inert gases, or various chemical agents to suppress a fire. These systems can also be automatic or manual, depending on whether they require outside intervention to activate. Some suppression systems can be hazardous to anyone in the general vicinity, including the danger of asphyxiation associated with pumping inert gases into an area to starve a fire of oxygen.
Fire suppression system cost can be much higher for clean-agent suppression systems because they deploy environmentally friendly chemicals or foam instead of water and avoid causing damage to your property.