Fire Suppression Systems

Fire Suppression Systems

Fire Protection For Highly Hazardous Material

Fire suppression systems use water, inert gasses, clean agents, dry chemicals, or foam to put out fires very quickly and efficiently.  Inert gas or clean agent fire suppression systems can be used when water is not a viable use to mitigate the fire danger whether it be an electrical or high hazard or highly valuable assets.  Fire suppression systems can be installed in both new construction and also retrofitted into existing buildings for companies that are purchasing a facility versus building a new one.

Clean Agent Systems

Depending on the hazard or asset you are protecting, the type of fire suppression system you will need can vary.  Museums, data centers, telecom closets, electrical rooms, historical buildings, art galleries, and other rooms with sensitive materials tend to use clean agent systems to protect the assets inside.  Clean agents are specialty chemicals that are nonconductive and leave no residue after discharge.  This eliminates the need for clean up and greatly reduces downtime.  Gas turbines, power plants, hydraulic rooms, printing presses, and the like tend to use CO2 or water mist systems for fire protection.  Small paint booths, mining equipment, and flammable material loading docks typically use dry chemical fire protection systems.  And water mist fire protection systems are typically used where possible because they are environmentally friendly and cause no threat to personnel.

What People Want To Know About Fire Suppression Systems

The following are frequently asked questions regarding fire suppression systems that are installed at numerous commercial, industrial, governmental, and residential facilities.  Depending on the type of protection you need, a fire suppression system might be the ideal fire protection system to protect your employees, assets, and facility.

  1. What is a FM 200 fire suppression system? FM 200 is a fast reacting, effective, clean agent that can reduce the damage of a fire as it leaves behind no residue.  The fire suppression system consists of automatic detection and controls equipment, FM 200 tank, and piping.
  2. How do fire suppression systems work? Fire suppression systems detect the fire and automatically release the suppression agent onto the fire to extinguish the fire and limit the damage to valuable equipment and facilities.
  3. Which fire suppression system? If you have highly sensitive materials and or equipment, you will want to choose a clean agent fire suppression system to protect your valuables instead of a more common fire sprinkler system.

3S Incorporated are the fire suppression system experts.  We can design, install, maintain, and service a variety of fire suppression systems for the protection of your business and personnel. The fire suppression systems we install vary based off of your individual needs. Each building can have a variety of suppression systems depending on the hazards present and assets in the area being protected.  Since 1987, 3S has been working with companies in the steel, power, automotive, and commercial industries across the U.S., Mexico, and worldwide to install fire suppression systems that meet the needs for their facilities.  Contact us today for more information and to request a quote for your project.