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Industrial and Special Hazard Suppression Systems in Edmonton & Surrounding Areas

A comprehensive fire suppression system typically encompasses fire detection, alarms, and the controlled release of a fire suppression agent.

To ensure effectiveness, a fire suppression system must address numerous critical requirements while being tailored to safeguard the specific environment in which it is deployed. Selecting the appropriate fire suppression system is crucial, as an unsuitable system may cause excessive damage to the equipment and property it aims to protect. Understanding your environment and specific needs is essential for determining the most suitable system type. We specialize in industrial and special hazard suppression systems in Edmonton and surrounding areas.

Various types of fire suppression systems are available, each designed for specific applications:

Clean agent suppression system: Ideal for various applications, especially when protecting delicate equipment is essential.

CO2 suppression system: Utilizes high-pressure or low-pressure CO2 to safeguard a large room or specific equipment.

Dry chemical suppression system: Tailored for situations requiring a specialized fire suppression response, such as those in gas stations.

Foam suppression systems: Requires cleaning of the affected area after deployment.

Aerosol suppression system: Best suited for protecting relatively small enclosures.

Water suppression: While fire suppression systems often involve non-water-based solutions, water fire sprinklers remain one of the most common types.

Inspection Cycles

Fire suppression requires an annual inspection. Depending on the system type, additional requirements may apply.

For instance, CO2 and clean agent suppression systems mandate a semi-annual inspection of containers to verify proper weight and pressure. They also require a 1-year review, testing of the entire suppression system, and a 5-year check. Additionally, CO2 suppression systems necessitate a 12-year Hydrostatic Test for never-discharged cylinders.

Call us for more detailed information about inspection cycles for your specific fire suppression system!

Common Deficiencies

During regular inspections, deficiencies are identified when devices and components fail to meet acceptable standards. Here are some commonly found flaws in fire suppression systems:

Clogged nozzles

Incomplete semi-annual inspections

Incorrect tank weight without inspection

Cylinders losing pressure or leaking

Liquid level indicators showing leakage

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