What Can Clearwater Fire Suppression System Installation Do For Your Building?

Protecting your business, your equipment, and your employees is what we do best at DynaFire. Here’s why you need to call us for your Clearwater fire suppression system installation.

Being prepared for a fire can give you peace of mind that even if there were an emergency, your property loss and downtime would be minimal. The Boy Scouts have it right when they say, “Always be prepared.” At DynaFire, we know that a professionally-designed Clearwater fire suppression system installation is a critical piece of your Fire & Life Safety puzzle. 

What Is A Fire Suppression System?

Simply put, a fire suppression system is any product that is designed to keep a fire from growing and spreading. All fires can be extinguished by smothering, cooling, starving, or interrupting the combustion process. Fire suppression systems are typically triggered by heat and/or smoke. Our job at DynaFire is to discover what type of fire suppression system is best for your property, create a custom design, then perform your Clearwater fire suppression system installation, keeping your property protected and your employees safe.

What Types Of Fire Suppression Systems Are Available?

When you think of fire suppression, you may think of the standard sprinkler system. Sprinkler systems are a wonderful way to quickly extinguish a fire, but other systems might better suit your needs. 

Water sprinkler systems are the most common type of fire suppression system, and they are ideal for large spaces containing non-combustible materials. Automatic sprinkler systems are designed to come on when they come in contact with smoke or heat. Fire suppression systems that use water are not suitable for every facility, however. Whether you are concerned about your mission-critical equipment or the volatile combustibles on your property, a waterless fire suppression system may be what you need.

What Types Of Businesses Benefit From A Waterless Fire Suppression System?

Some examples of facilities that require alternate forms of fire suppression:

  • Airport hangersClearwater fire suppression system installation
  • Boat and marine applications
  • Cellular sites
  • Chemical processes
  • Computer server rooms
  • Factories
  • Flammable liquid storage areas
  • Fuel stations
  • High-tech medical applications
  • Power plants
  • Switchgear rooms
  • And more

What Are The Different Types Of Waterless Fire Suppression Systems?

If water is not the right type of fire suppression system for your facility, we offer other types of systems that won’t damage high-value assets and cause extended downtime.

Foam Suppression Systems

If water would damage the materials housed in your facility, foam is a good alternative. Foam suppression systems are best for areas near transformers, oil storage tanks, or any type of combustible material. This method uses a mixture of foam concentrate and water and acts like a giant fire extinguisher dispensing foam to extinguish the fire.

Clean Agent Suppression Systems

Also called gaseous suppression systems, a clean agent system uses gas instead of water or foam to choke out the fire. It removes one or more of the components needed for a fire: heat, oxygen, fuel, or chemical reaction. This method reduces the oxygen available for combustion while cooling the area and inhibiting the chemical reaction. There are several categories of clean agent types, including:

  • Carbon dioxide
  • Halocarbon agent
  • Inert gas

DynaFire Can Handle Your Clearwater Fire Suppression System Installation

Whatever your fire suppression needs, our team can design and install a system that meets them. And we don’t stop there. We will test and inspect your fire suppression system as needed to ensure that it works when you need it most. 

We offer annual suppression system testing, semi-annual suppression testing, enclosure integrity testing, CO2 concentration testing, deficiency corrections, and more. Contact us today! We look forward to assisting you with your Clearwater fire suppression system installation needs.

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