How to Implement Fire Safety for Homes and Industrial Facilities

Industrial Fire Suppression Systems

Did you know that there were 365,500 home fires in 2015? According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA.org) 43% of these fires start in the kitchen. Fires are not only dangerous for those within the home, office or industrial… Continue Reading

Working on Live Fire Sprinkler Systems

Fire Sprinkler Technician

Picture This A fire sprinkler contractor’s truck pulls into a familiar parking space. The technician is greeted by the maintenance supervisor and together they head over to check out one of the live fire sprinkler systems that requires service. The building… Continue Reading

Oxygen Corrosion in Fire Sprinkler Systems

Oxygen Corrosion in Fire Sprinkler Systems

Oxygen corrosion in fire sprinkler systems is caused by a number of things, but can be reduced and controlled if it’s managed correctly. The introduction of oxygen gas is the primary driver of corrosion related failures in water-based fire sprinkler systems. In order… Continue Reading