Four things must be present to produce a fire:
- Chain reaction
All fire suppression systems seek to remove one or more of these items.
Among the factors to consider when choosing or updating a fire protection system include the facility type, size, interior design, available water source, and hazard types. Fires that involve materials other than common combustibles are considered special hazards, which will require special attention when planning, installing, and maintaining a fire protection system. These include solvent-based liquids or materials, electrical equipment, combustible metals, and cooking materials such as hot cooking oil.
Global is ready to is prepared to help you choose and install the ideal NFPA-compliant fire suppression system for your facility. We are also service, update, and retrofit all major systems – so contact us if your facility is due for a new installation, repair, or update.
Equipment we install and service include
- Wet / Dry Systems
- Special Hazard Systems
- Pre-Action System
- Rack Sprinklers
- Deluge Sprinklers
- ESFR System
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