We Design, Install and Service for Fire Protection Systems
Pyrokinesis Technology prides itself in the diversity of Fire Protection Systems we design, install and service. Our professional staff is constantly receiving training to further advance our knowledge of these various systems.
- Wet Pipe Sprinkler System
- Fire Hydrant System
- Deluge Fire Sprinkler System
- CO2 Fire Suppression System
- Clean Agent Fire Suppression System
- Foam/Chemical Suppression System
- Kitchen Fire Suppression System
- Fire Detection and Alarm System
- Fire Extinguisher
- CCTV and Access Control System
What is a Fire Protection System?
Protecting your business against fire is one of the most important things you can do for your financial safety and the safety of your employees. Not only fire dangerous, but they can cause severe damage which can lead to downtime and costly repairs. The best way to protect your business from fire, reduce potential damage to the building and its contents, and keep occupants safe, is by investing in a fire protection system. It include fire suppression, sprinklers, smoke detectors, and other fire protection equipment that works in tandem to protect against fire. It is best to work with a fire protection company that understands the needs of your property and provides a variety of integrated protection systems. Pyrokinesis provides a full range of fire protection services, from system design to installation, maintenance, inspection, and repair.
What are the Different Types of Fire Protection Systems?
Fire protection systems are considered either active or passive. We have expertise in the design, installation, inspection, and repair of three main types of active fire protection systems: fire detection systems, fire suppression systems, and fire sprinkler systems. Active fire suppression systems require some kind of action to undergo their intended purpose whether it be to trigger an alarm or release a clean suppression agent. Fire detection systems may seem passive but are actually considered active fire protection and can be combined with a suppression or sprinkler system to extend protection.
Passive fire protection is often forgotten but equally as important and must be combined with active fire protection systems for full fire protection. Passive fire protection systems are those systems put in place within the structure of the building and require no human interaction to do what they were intended to do. For example, fireproofing walls or compartmentalization of a building can prevent the spread of a fire without any human action or even the need for electricity. Emergency lighting and exit signs are also considered examples of passive fire protection. We can provide both active and passive fire protection services like design and installation of fire protection systems.
Considerations for Choosing the Right Fire Protection System for you
Both passive and active fire protection systems are necessary to keep you and your property safe. However, choosing the right active fire protection system for your property can be difficult. There are a variety of systems to choose from and the functionality of each depends on the type of property it is installed in. There are a few major aspects to consider when choosing an active fire protection system.
The Size and Type of Building you are Protecting
Large open spaces like warehouses provide different challenges than insular rooms like those in an apartment building. Some questions to ask are:
- How large is the property?
- Are there multiple floors?
- What is the layout of the building?
What Kinds of Materials you are Storing on your Property?
Storage of sensitive material like electronic equipment or expensive antiques requires clean agent fire protection and suppression systems. Other types of materials, such as hazardous chemicals or flammable liquids, require additional precautions as well.
Operation and Maintenance of the System
- Will it work around the clock?
- Will it notify authorities?
- What are the inspection requirements?
What are the Fire Protection Services and Maintenance Requirements?
The fire protection services and maintenance required for a particular fire protection system relies on specific local laws and fire codes and/or National Fire Protection Agency regulations. Parts of your systems may need to be inspected or tested at regular intervals. You may need to be trained on how to use specific fire protection equipment. That’s why it is best to work with a fire protection company that provides a full spectrum of fire protection services. Not only we will help design and install active and passive fire protection systems, but we will also provide guidance on proper maintenance, schedule inspections or testing, and stand by for emergency repairs.
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