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Range Guard Kitchen Fire Suppression System Services in MD, DC & VA

No matter what efforts you take to make your restaurant safe from fire, there’s always a chance a blaze could break out. This is simply the nature of commercial kitchens, what with their high cooking temperatures, flammable oils, and hectic environment. Fortunately, a Range Guard kitchen fire suppression system is just what you need to operate your restaurant with peace of mind.

If you’re interested in installing a Range Guard fire suppression system in your Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC restaurant, please contact us online or call Fire Pros Fire Protection today at 800-968-2871.

What Is a Range Guard Kitchen Fire Suppression System?

Range Guard is a wet chemical kitchen fire suppression system from Badger. It provides around-the-clock fire detection for commercial kitchens using highly advanced wet chemical technology to suppress flames almost instantly and prevent them from reflashing. Range Guard was the first UL-listed wet chemical fire suppression system that has now been around for nearly four decades, proving its ability to perform optimally during kitchen fires.

Why Install a Range Guard Kitchen Fire Suppression System?

In the past, kitchen fires were a common cause of total restaurant losses. Today, suppression systems drastically reduce property damage from fire and make restaurants far safer. For this reason, they have become a mandatory aspect of code compliance. In addition to complying with fire codes, here are the top reasons to install Range Guard in your commercial kitchen:

  • Maximum kitchen fire protection with minimum hassle: Specialized nozzles with optional swivel adaptors provide superior coverage. With professional installation and annual inspections, you can trust the system to watch for fires constantly and activate automatically when needed to stop the flames from spreading. This can prevent your restaurant from suffering extensive damage and save lives in the process.
  • Automatic appliance shut-off: Range Guard is designed to automatically turn off your cooking appliances when the system detects a fire, instantly removing the heat source and making it easier for the suppression equipment to stop the fire’s growth.
  • Saponification: The wet chemical fire suppression agent that Range Guard uses provides excellent saponification, which means it converts the burning fat and grease into soap so they can’t reignite. Once the area cools, you can simply wipe the soap away with no other mess to clean up. This minimizes downtime and allows you to reopen your restaurant for business sooner.
  • Highly customizable: Range Guard kitchen fire suppression systems can be adjusted to fit any commercial kitchen layout. Best of all, it’s usually possible to incorporate the system’s components directly into your existing fire suppression system, making future updates, upgrades, and improvements much simpler and more cost-effective.

 

Special Features of Range Guard Kitchen Fire Suppression

Range Guard offers several special features that separate it from other kitchen fire suppression systems, including:

  • Six state-of-the-art heat detectors with an operating and storage temperature of 0 degrees F to 120 degrees F
  • Flexible piping configurations to ease installation
  • Factory-filled stored pressure cylinders with chrome-plated valves
  • Option to pipe cylinders together to minimize installation costs
  • Pressure gauges incorporated directly into the valves for at-a-glance readiness status
  • Features to prevent blockage during discharge, including internal strainers and foil bursting discs
  • Optional swivel adapters for nozzles
  • Multiple color schemes available to match the features of your commercial kitchen, including black or chrome-plated with stainless steel piping, or stainless steel with brass piping

Our Range Guard Kitchen Fire Suppression Services

Fire Pros Fire Protection offers comprehensive kitchen fire suppression services for customers who are looking for or already have a Range Guard system installed. These services include:

  • System design and installation
  • Ongoing inspections, maintenance, and testing
  • System repairs
  • System upgrades and replacements

If you’re ready to schedule installation or services for your Range Guard kitchen fire suppression system, please contact Fire Pros Fire Protection today. We serve customers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC.

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Annual Inspection




He was very through on making sure that everything was up to par.


Map of Saginaw, MI

informative and efficient




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Map of Eau Claire, MI

Very nice and professional service men




The technicians are always so friendly and let me know each and everything they are going to test before they do the test.


Map of Grand Rapids, MI

Excellent




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Map of Spring Lake, MI

Friendly techs, but not on time and took longer than expected.




Tech showed up 2 hours after appointment time and caused me to stay after work about 2.5 hours because the job also took longer than estimated.


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Camp M.

Camp M.

Repaired the horn strobe by the technology room exit door.

Near Harvey St, Muskegon, MI 49442
David H.

David H.

Near E Dowland St, Ludington, MI 49431
Austin C.

Austin C.

Near Industrial Park Dr, Edmore, MI 48829
Brandon  F.

Brandon F.

Near Lafayette Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Art L.

Art L.

Fire Door Service Call

Near S Church St, Zeeland, MI 49464
Russ F.

Russ F.

Wet Basement storage: Install the missing Inspection Test Valve sign and provide proper identification. Valve identification is beneficial in at least three ways. It allows the fire department personnel to locate and operate the valve. A contractor can readily shut off the system to make modifications. And system valves can be easily identified during periodic inspections. NFPA 13 (6.7.4.1) All control, drain, and test connection valves shall be provided with permanently marked weatherproof metal or rigid plastic identification signs. Wet Basement storage: Remove and replace the outdated water gauge. Pressure surges are typically trapped in the system by the check valve. Readings from these gauges can be used to establish a database on the available pressure in the water supply. The gauge on the supply side is also used during the main drain test to establish a database of residual pressure in the water supply. NFPA 13 (8.17.3) & NFPA 25 (13.2.7.2) Gauges shall be replaced every 5 yea

Near W Lakewood Blvd, Holland, MI 49424
Camp M.

Camp M.

Installed new cellular communicator.

Near W Giles Rd, Muskegon, MI 49445
Brandon  F.

Brandon F.

Near Lake Dr SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Alex R.

Alex R.

Completed Annual Fire Alarm Inspection for 2019

Near Hall Rd, Clinton Township, MI 48038
Brandon  F.

Brandon F.

Near Reeds Lake Blvd SE, East Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Tyler H.

Tyler H.

back plate is rusting on smoke detector that I just programmed the head for Point 19. I showed Demonte the rust forming,there will be issues in the near future with 19. I suggest it's replaced before troubles arise. customer had water damage in the area - repair

Near Limit St, Battle Creek, MI 49037
Mike R.

Mike R.

Annual Fire Alarm System Inspection

Near W Main St, Lowell, MI 49331
Alex R.

Alex R.

New 12 volt Power Supply Installed 1-17-19 ALR For Interior Key Pads ***All systems Normal and Reset ***

Near McCarty Rd, Saginaw, MI 48603
Matt S.

Matt S.

Annual Fire Extinguisher Inspection (53 FE)

Near Island Ct, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
Art L.

Art L.

Annual Fire Extinguisher Inspections (10 units) Annual Load Testing Emergency Lighting Inspection (21 units)

Near Woodworth St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Jason  Z.

Jason Z.

Alarm Systems Inspection

Near S Crapo Rd, Ashley, MI 48806
Russ F.

Russ F.

Wet: Remove and replace the outdated water gauge. Pressure surges are typically trapped in the system by the check valve. Readings from these gauges can be used to establish a database on the available pressure in the water supply. The gauge on the supply side is also used during the main drain test to establish a database of residual pressure in the water supply. NFPA 13 (8.17.3) & NFPA 25 (13.2.7.2) Gauges shall be replaced every 5 years. Wet: Install (2) missing spare sprinkler heads in the spare head box. NFPA 25 (5.4.1.5) A supply of at least (6) spare sprinkler shall be maintained on the premises so that any sprinklers that have operated or been damaged in any way can be promptly replaced. Wet: Perform 5-year Hydro-Static test on the Fire Department Connection (FDC). Also perform the 5-year internal inspection of the FDC. NFPA 25 (13.7.4) The piping from the fire department connection to the fire department connection check valve shall be hydro-statically tested at 150psi (10 ba

Near Hawks Ridge Dr, Bath Township, MI 48808
Tyler H.

Tyler H.

Mail replacement smoke to customer to install

Near Oak Industrial Dr NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Sean W.

Sean W.

Near Burg Rd, Warren, MI 48089
Art L.

Art L.

Portable Extinguishers and Emergency / Exit Lights Inspection

Near Clear Vista Ct NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
David H.

David H.

Near Trowbridge St, Allegan, MI 49010
Tyler H.

Tyler H.

Annual Fire Alarm Inspection (106 devices) (Fike-Cybercat 1016)

Near Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Brandon  F.

Brandon F.

Near Lakeside Dr SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Alex R.

Alex R.

1-17-19 ALR Replaced Batteries QTY-4 6 volt 5 ah in units 6 and 7 and Replaced front Door Combo Light and Tested

Near Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
David H.

David H.

Near Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49505