Kitchen Hood System

Kitchen Hood System

A kitchen hood fire suppression system is a pre-engineered system that uses a wet chemical agent, stored air pressure, fixed nozzles and a fixed agent distribution network. The detection network, consisting of fusible links or detectors, automatically detects a fire. The system releases a low pH extinguishing agent. The agent travels through the hood and duct and onto the kitchen appliances. The agent distributes itself in the form of minute droplets, creating an insulating coat. This cuts off the oxygen supply to the source of the fire, preventing combustion from continuing and thus stopping the fire.

Applications:

  • Commercial Cooking
  • Restaurants
  • Food Joints
  • Hotels
  • Military Bases
  • Hospitals
  • Universities