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Life Safety Systems for Arkansas Businesses

When it comes to life safety systems, International Fire Protection’s Arkansas location in Maumelle can provide the systems that your commercial or industrial facility needs. Our systems include fire sprinklers, fire extinguishers, fire alarm and security monitoring. Fire Sprinkler Systems Fire sprinkler systems are one of the best ways to make sure that your property …
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Fire Safety Demonstration in Mississippi

As a 24/7 service provider of fire protection and life safety systems, International Fire Protection genuinely cares about the life safety of the people in our local communities. We take corporate social responsibility seriously by actively partnering with municipal fire departments to host fire safety demonstrations. Working with Local Fire Departments International Fire Protection has …
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Types of Smoke Detectors

Detection systems are an important part of your overall life safety system. Detecting a fire quickly allows people in your facility to safely exit the building. According to the NFPA, 3 out of every 5 home fire deaths occurred in homes that had no smoke detectors or where the smoke detectors were not working. Having …
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FM 200 Fire Suppression for Data Centers

A data center is the place where an organization’s IT equipment and operations are housed and where data is stored and managed. Data centers are one of the most critical parts of an organization’s operations. Why Does a Data Center Need Protection? A data center houses important computing equipment that allows data to be collected, …
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Full-Service Fire Protection Provider in Mobile, AL

For fire protection in Alabama, check out International Fire Protection’s office in Mobile, Alabama. This location serves businesses in Southern Alabama, Florida panhandle, and Mississippi.  Our Mobile location provides many fire protection services from installation to inspections and repair. Fire Sprinkler Installations Installing a fire sprinkler system is necessary to protect your building’s assets and …
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OSHA Regulations and Details | Safety Seminar

International Fire Protection is hosting a Safety Seminar When: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Cost: FREE with a boxed lunch. (Please note there is an $8 parking garage fee that you are responsible for.) Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (Eastern)  10:00 am – Noon – North Dakota Safety Council Presentation by Rick Halldorson, Senior Safety …
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Winterizing Your Fire Sprinkler System

Winter is coming, so are freeze-ups! It’s never too late to pre-winterized your sprinkler systems. It would be catastrophic in the event of a fire and have your pipes frozen solid from the cold.  Failure to protect and maintain your system(s) could result in broken piping and costly damage to your property. There are a …
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What is Special Hazard Fire Suppression?

A special hazards fire suppression system is used to put out fires in areas where water damage from fire sprinklers can cause costly or irreparable damage to the assets being protected. Special hazards systems use agents to extinguish a fire quickly without damaging property. The Need for Special Hazards Suppression Special hazards fire protection systems …
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Advantages of CO2 Fire Suppression

When it comes to protecting your building from a fire, you probably want the best systems in place to give your property the best protection. However, it can be difficult to figure out which fire protection system is right for you. Depending on the assets you are trying to protect, a CO2 fire suppression system …
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October Fire Prevention Week

During a fire, every second counts.  A few seconds can be the difference between escaping a fire safely and devastating consequences. Teaching people of all ages about fire safety can improve the chances of a person’s survival during a fire. Fire prevention education is so important that there is a week every October dedicated to …
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