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How Exactly Does a Kitchen Fire Suppression System Work?

How Exactly Does a Kitchen Fire Suppression System Work?

To protect your restaurant and everyone else inside, you will want to invest in a proper kitchen fire suppression system.

According to the National Restaurant Association, over half of all restaurant fires originate from some cooking equipment. This means that preventing restaurant kitchen fires, as well as grease fires can be as easy as installing a kitchen hood suppression system. To protect your restaurant and everyone else inside, you will want to invest in a proper kitchen fire suppression system. You don’t want to mess around with the safety of anyone in your kitchen, plus you could be breaking some strict laws without a proper fire suppression system installed. In this post, you will learn how these systems work so you can be ready in the event of a restaurant fire emergency. Here’s a breakdown of your kitchen fire suppression system.

Which Buildings Benefit from Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems?

While fire suppression systems are very common in restaurants, they can also be installed in apartment buildings or even student homes. Most commercial building owners feel that investing in a kitchen fire suppression system is less expensive than repairing fire and smoke damage.

How Do They Work?

A fire needs three essential things to thrive: heat, oxygen, and fuel. Once the system locates a fire, the nozzles above the appliance will then discharge wet chemicals. These wet chemicals are designed to quickly put out the fires by covering the flames and depriving them of oxygen. The minute the system trips, the gas line to the appliance will also be cut off, starving the fire of fuel. This approach quickly puts out a kitchen fire without affecting any other cooking stations. This means that you won’t lose all the food in your kitchen, just the food that was toasted in the fire.

Are Fire Suppression Systems Only for Kitchens?

Fire suppression systems can discharge all kinds of different chemicals for different applications. For example, a different chemical will be used for grease fires than for electrical or oil fires. Make sure to hire a fire protection contractor who is familiar with the type of system that’s needed for your application.

The Benefits of a Kitchen Fire Suppression System?

It’s less pricey to prevent kitchen fires than to repair structural damage after a fire. For this reason, lots of business owners appreciate the security that comes from installing a fire suppression system.

Fire Protection Services from Fireline

Whether you need smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, or an automatic sprinkler system installed at your commercial property, Fireline has you covered. We have been protecting people and property from fire damage since 1947—and our experience shows in our excellent work! We are known for our superb customer service, our expertise, and our reliability. For more information on how we can help your residential or commercial property, visit us online or give us a call at (800) 553-3405. We are located in Baltimore, MD, with a second office in Leesburg, VA. For more fire safety tips, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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