Protect, Prevent, Peace of Mind: Fire Sprinkler Systems by All American Fire Protection.
In the face of fire emergencies, every second counts.
We offer state-of-the-art Fire Sprinkler Systems designed to detect and respond to fires instantly, ensuring the safety of people and the preservation of assets.
Why Fire Sprinkler Systems?
Fire Sprinkler Systems are a cornerstone of comprehensive fire protection. These systems are proven to:
- Save Lives: Rapid response reduces the risk of injuries and fatalities.
- Limit Property Damage: Quick action prevents fires from escalating, minimizing damage.
- Lower Insurance Premiums: Many insurers offer deductions for properties equipped with sprinklers.
Features of Fire Sprinkler Systems
- High Sensitivity: Immediate detection of temperature changes signaling potential fires.
- Reliability: Designed for minimal false activations.
- Eco-Friendly: Uses water efficiently, ensuring minimal wastage.
- Aesthetically Pleasing: Our systems blend seamlessly with your interiors, without compromising safety.
Get Your Free Safety Survey
Within 24 hours we will setup an appointment for your free on-site safety survey to see how we can help protect your business.
Frequently asked questions
How often do suppression systems need to be inspected?
How can I prevent kitchen fires?
There are a number of steps you can take to prevent kitchen fires including:
- Installing a Kitchen Fire Suppression System.
- Making sure you are up to date with kitchen fire suppression inspections, and you’re compliant with fire codes
- Cleaning your range hoods, walls and grease traps when they collect grease, as grease has a high risk of igniting when exposed to flames or heat
- Keeping flammable trash and shipping materials away from open flames or heating devices
- Establishing a fire safety plan
What happens during a kitchen fire suppression system inspection?
The All American Fire Protection inspection process includes:
- Visual inspection of conduit and location of the appliance, duct, and plenum nozzles.
- Inspection of the link line and position of detectors.
- Inspect the automatic actuation of the fire system by cutting a terminal test link.
- Test the remote pull station.
- Verify electric and gas shut off when the system is activated.
- Replace fusible links and center link housings.
- Verify the gauge on pressurized tanks is at the proper level.
- Internal inspection of non-pressurized tanks for corrosion.
- Examine cylinders to record and verify the hydro test date.
- Examine the regulator to record and verify the test dates.
- Replace system cartridges when required by the manufacturer. (For an additional charge)
- Remove and clean nozzles to ensure they are not clogged. Replace nozzle caps.
- Test all electrical interlocks (Electric shut-offs and fan interlock requirements vary by the local authority having jurisdiction)
- Inspect the piping and copper tubing for tightness.
- Record any obvious deficiencies discovered during the inspection.