Wet System

These are the simplest and most common type of sprinkler system installation. They involve relatively few components. A wet system provides fixed fire protection. It uses pipes that are always filled with pressurized water from a dependable source. During a fire, water is continuously discharged through sprinklers.

Dry System

A dry-pipe system utilizes water as an extinguishing agent. Pipes run from the dry pipe valve, a remote valve located in a heated space, to the automatic fusible sprinklers. The pipes are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen. Dry pipe systems are used in cold areas where the water would freeze, partially or entirely, if kept in the pipes.

Deluge System

These are fixed fire protection systems in which the pipe system remains empty until a valve, termed the deluge valve, opens in response to a fire. This releases pressurized water from open nozzles or sprinklers. Deluge systems are more complex than wet and dry pipe systems. Depending on its configuration, a deluge system can be activated.

Foam-Water System

A foam-water system is composed of a special system of pipes connected to a source of foam concentrate and a water supply. The system uses appropriate discharge devices to control and/or extinguish fires which require a smothering and cooling agent. The piping system is connected to the water supply by a control valve.

Carbondioxide System

Carbondioxide was the first gas to be used as a fire extinguishing agent. It is a chemically-inert, electrically non-conductive and odorless gas. A Carbondioxide system includes detectors, a control unit, agent storage cylinders, piping and discharge nozzles. Carbondioxide extinguishes fires by reducing Oxygen levels.

FM-200 System

FM-200® is an industry-leading, eco-friendly, gas-based fire suppression system. It offers a halon-free alternative to the ozone-depleting Halon 1301. It is among the fastest fire protection systems available: It can extinguish chemical and electrical fires in under 10 seconds. FM-200 systems limit damage, lower repair costs, and reduce downtime.

Novec 1230 System

The 3MTM NovecTM 1230 Fire Protection Fluid used by this system is a next-generation halon alternative. It balances performance, human safety and environmental concerns. The Novec 1230 fluid can be effectively utilized to control fires, flood fire areas, and suppress explosions. It can be used in manned spaces.

Tank Protection System

In a storage tank fire protection system, fixed discharge devices are installed around the hazard. The discharge devices connect to pipes, which terminate a control valve, safe distance away from the hazard- normally outside a dike wall and the control valve is connected to main fire water line. The type of extinguishing agent to use…

Water Mist System

A water mist fire suppression system uses a fine mist to extinguish fires quickly. This system releases less water than a traditional wet sprinkler system does. The use of water means that the mist system is safe and non-toxic for both humans and the environment. A water mist system is suitable in any setting where water use must be limited.

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.

Conventional Fire Detection

Conventional fire detection and alarm systems are suitable for the early detection of fires. They have very simple configurations. Due to their simplicity, conventional systems are most reliable and economical when used in small or medium-sized facilities. Conventional Systems are popular because they are user-friendly.

Addressable Fire Detection

Addressable fire alarm systems can quickly detect fires and identify their exact location. They are also easy to maintain. An addressable system is a flexible one. It can be configured for use in medium or large facilities, and can aid evacuation plans. Every device/unit connected to the system has its own unique address.

Security Alarm System

A security alarm is a system designed to detect unauthorized entry into a building or area. Security alarms are used in residential, commercial, industrial, and military properties for protection against burglary (theft) or property damage, as well as personal protection against intruders.

Access Control System

An access control system determines who is allowed to enter or exit, where they are allowed to exit or enter, and when they are allowed to enter or exit. It uses computers to solve the limitations of mechanical locks and keys. The electronic access control system grants access.

CCTV System

Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. It may employ point to point (P2P), point to multipoint, or mesh wireless links. CCTV systems may operate continuously or only as required to monitor a particular event.

Intrusion Detection

An intrusion detection system (IDS) is a combination of devices and software application that monitors property and facilities for malicious activities, illegal / forced entries or policy violations and produces reports to a management station. IDS come in a variety of configurations and approach, the goal of detecting suspicious traffic.