International Fire Protection is your trusted partner for fire suppression system design, installation and service. With 12 office locations in the Southeastern U.S., we are equipped to provide excellent fire and life safety systems and customer service to your commercial or industrial facility.
When you choose to work with IFP for fire suppression system installation, we will make sure that the system you are getting fits the needs of your facility while also complying with NFPA standards and local building and fire codes. Our team of design and engineer technicians use the latest BIM technology to design a fire suppression system that will protect your property. We ensure that the installation process is easy by staying up-to-date on local laws and regulations so that you can be sure that your system is code compliant and installed properly. Your fire safety systems are your first line of defense in the event of a true emergency.
Clean agent fire suppression systems are a great alternative to water, fast reacting, and very effective. These systems can detect fire early and do a great job of extinguishing it before it can spread. They are safe to use around people and clean to use. They don’t leave behind a residue after discharge. Modern Clean agent systems are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
These fire suppression systems extinguish or suppress a fire by using CO2 to displace the oxygen that is required for a fire to burn. CO2 systems are highly effective at suppressing fires, but they are not safe to use in occupied spaces. CO2 is used in water-sensitive environments where fire sprinkler systems are not suitable.
IFP installs high, medium and low expansion foam suppression systems. Foam systems are used in aircraft hangars and ships where highly flammable fuel is present and can cause a fire to spread quickly. Foam systems blanket the space with 3-4 feet of foam to prevent combustion.
FM-200 fire suppression systems are used in areas data centers and server rooms to suppress a fire without the use of water. FM-200 is a cost-effective solution that prevents downtime and protects valuable assets from a fire.
Special hazard fire suppression systems are a detection system coupled with a suppression system to provide early notice and quick reaction to a fire. These systems are installed in areas that contain high-value equipment and processes, where downtime must be minimized.
Novec 1230, also known as Sapphire, is a fire suppressant that is stored as a liquid but is dispensed as a gaseous mist. It suppresses a fire through the reduction of heat, and it is very environmentally friendly. These systems do not damage electronics and are used in areas where fire sprinklers are not suitable.
IFP’s technicians are experienced in providing inspections, testing, and service for many types of fire suppression systems. We can provide inspections on a regular basis to keep your system code compliant and working its best. Whether you need inspections on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis, the technicians at IFP can get the job done.
In addition to inspections, IFP also offers 24-hour emergency service if something goes wrong with your fire suppression system. Give us a call at 256-562-1311 and we will send a technician to assist you, no matter the time of day or night. We can provide repairs to your suppression system to get it up and running as quickly as possible.
If you are interested in working with IFP for fire suppression system design and installation, request a no obligation quote today! We can put together a custom cost estimate and help you determine which system is right for your facility. IFP has provided fire suppression systems for many commercial and industrial clients throughout the Southeastern United States.