Special Hazards Fire Suppression
Clean Agent Fire Suppression & Special Hazards Capabilities
SPECIAL HAZARDS CAPABILITIES
International Fire Protection is your clean agent fire suppression company. We offer trained technicians who install, service and inspect special hazards systems such as FM200 Systems, CO2 Systems and high expansion foam suppression systems. Special hazards are used when the environment is very high-risk or prone to damage from traditional fire sprinkler systems.
A special hazard fire suppression system is typically used in areas where the facilities or assets need to be preserved or water damage would be costly. These systems work great for aircraft hangers, chemical and power plants, data centers, or museums to name some examples. At IFP we understand the cost of downtime and process interruption. We work with you to install the right system and offer 24 hour support to make sure you are up running in a timely manner if your systems were activated.
SPECIAL HAZARDS / CLEAN AGENT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS SERVED BY IFP
- Halon 1301
- Novec 1230
- N2 nitrogen
- Watermist - pre-engineered and engineered
- CO2 high pressure and low pressure
- Wet foam systems - high expansion, medium expansion, and low expansion
We use systems manufactured by Fike, Kidde, Chemetron Legacy Products, and Ansul. We can provide foam systems, water spray mist, and dry chemical and provide early warning air sampling.
Clean agent fire suppression systems or special hazard fire suppression is not only a great alternative to water, but it is also a fast reacting agent and very effective. These systems can detect fire early and do a great job of extinguishing it before it can spread. It is safe to use around people and is it clean to use. They don’t leave behind a residue after discharge.
Based off of your facilities and assets, we can help determine what type of special hazard fire suppression system you need. Contact us for a quote today for clean agent fire suppression in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas and South Carolina!