Fire Suppression Systems
Quality Fire Suppression Systems for Homes & Businesses
Some of the most popular fire suppression systems and products in the industry today Include:
- Range Guard
Every one of our technicians is expertly trained in the working of all automatic fire suppression systems and products and gives each of our customers the benefit of their expertise with every job we perform. We maintain all types and sizes or fire suppression systems. A range of different areas, such as paintbooths, hazmat storage, kitchen and sensitive storage areas requiring clean agent.
Here at All American Fire Protection of Fayetteville, Inc., we know that fire suppression systems have saved countless lives all over the world, and that is why we are dedicated to bringing the best of those systems to all of our customers in the North and South Carolina area. Contact us today and let us walk you through the process of any fire suppression systems you may be interested in, and help you decide which is the best to suit your needs and your budget.
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.