No matter what type of business you operate in Michigan or Indiana, you need adequate fire protection to keep your building, merchandise, and people safe. This is relatively straightforward if your building contains normal fire hazards and everyday objects—simply design and install a fire sprinkler system and keep fire extinguishers handy.
However, things are different if you operate a business with special hazards. When traditional fire sprinklers won’t do, let Fire Pros, Inc. help you select an appropriate special hazard suppression system for your needs.
Contact us today to learn more about the services we provide for special hazard applications for Michigan and Indiana businesses.
The purpose of special hazard fire suppression is to extinguish fires while preserving the integrity of assets in the area. These assets may be unique or irreplaceable, of exceptionally high value, or critical to the function of the building.
Special hazard suppression is also suitable for businesses where unique fires start, including electrical fires, grease fires, or flammable liquid fires that only worsen if you throw water on them.
Clearly, special hazard applications require a fire extinguishing method besides water. Suitable alternatives include:
These special hazard extinguishing agents minimize damage to facilities and assets, require little to no clean-up, and reduce downtime for your business. They are also fast-acting and highly effective against fires that can ignite in special hazard applications. Most are safe to use with personnel in the room and don’t leave residue behind after discharge.
Special hazard applications can constitute an entire building, an isolated room, or a single piece of equipment. You might need special hazard fire suppression if you need to protect important paper documents, collectibles and archives, computers and electronics, or industrial equipment.
Specific businesses that are considered special hazard applications include:
When installed and serviced correctly, a special hazard fire suppression system should be able to activate quickly in response to fire, knock back the flames effectively, protect people, and mitigate property damage. Uniquely trained and qualified technicians must set up and service your system if you hope to accomplish all this. Choose Fire Pros if you need any of the following:
Whether you’re upgrading the fire suppression equipment in your existing facility or seeking the proper fire protection for a new special hazard application, the system must be carefully designed to meet your needs. Then, professional installation ensures proper functionality if the time ever comes to use it.
Once installed, you can’t simply ignore your special hazard suppression system. Routine inspections and maintenance are necessary to comply with standards set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), state and local fire codes, and your insurance company. At the completion of each service visit, we’ll provide you with a detailed inspection report for your records.
If your special hazard suppression system activates in response to a fire, it’s critical that you refill it as soon as possible to restore it to fully operational status. We refill contained gas systems and perform repairs as well.
If you think your business could benefit from special hazard fire suppression, let Fire Pros set you up with the system you need to protect against fire and prevent harming sensitive equipment. We are a certified and licensed fire protection contractor working in Michigan and Indiana. With our help, your business will be as safe as possible from fire!
To schedule special hazard fire suppression services in MI or IN, please contact Fire Pros today.