Fire suppression refers to the extinguishing and the prevention of fire spreading in a building.
Fire suppression systems are designed to reduce the heat of the fire and/or restrict the spread within an allocated space. This can be achieved through releasing a chemical to reduce oxygen or the reaction between the elements. These systems usually work by either manual or automatic detection which then releases the chemical.
Fire suppression systems are usually installed in areas of risk. Contact our specialist team to identify the areas of risk in your building and rest assured the equipment is seamlessly installed with no malfunctions. These systems should regularly be tested and serviced by professionals.