When it comes to choosing a fire suppression system, it is important you find the right one to meet your unique needs. Fire suppression isn’t one-size-fits all. A professional fire suppression system offers variety of options from water mist to foam to CO2 to inert agent and much more. Plus, the type of fire suppression system you need hinges heavily on your business, the type of equipment you have within it, the goods you house and more. After all, you want the very best in fire suppression for you in order protect your employees and business or commercial space from a fire emergency. That is why it is so vital that you understand the differences among the various fire suppression systems available for your business; or, that you hire a company that does. At Hard Fire we specialize in these types of systems and can customize the perfect fire suppression system for your Columbus area business. We understand that when it comes to your business, it is important to have the right kind of fire suppression system. Here are some of the factors we consider:
Did you know that almost one-third of office fires occur with the cooking equipment and/or the electrical distribution? Fire detection systems, sprinkler systems, fire alarms, fire suppression and emergency lighting are all essential to these areas of the workplace. An often overlooked feature is the emergency exit lights. They are incredibly important in aiding occupants in evacuating the building safely. Proper maintenance of all these systems is also necessary to ensure that in the case of a fire emergency they will work to avoid any disaster that may result with a malfunctioning fire system.
Does your business house large servers, artwork or similar sensitive machinery or materials? Many businesses can benefit from clean agent fire suppression, but especially those that store items such as computers and servers, client records, antiques, art, manufacturing equipment and more. Clean agents inhibit the chain reaction that unfolds between heat, oxygen and a fuel source that ignites a potentially all-consuming blaze. A clean agent is electrically nonconductive; nonvolatile, people safe gaseous fire extinguishing means that do not leave a residue upon evaporation and is a fast, clean way to put out a fire without using water. Clean agents include Halon, NOVEC 1230 and more.
Whatever fire suppression system is best for your business, we will supply it. Let our NICET-certified team provide assessments, design, installation, and services to meet your special hazards fire suppression system requirements. We provide fire protection solutions that are flexible, scalable, delivered on time and on budget.
For more information about a fire suppression system for your Columbus business or organization, call us at 1-800-848-1301 or 614-882-2990.