Are you a restaurant owner? If yes, do you have the proper fire systems installed in your restaurant to keep your property protected from fire damage? If you are uncertain whether you restaurant has the proper fire systems installed, Fireline Corporation is here to help you pick the right fire systems for your restaurant. This article will provide you a solid overview and comparison of Wet Chemical Pre-Engineered Restaurant Systems and Water Sprinkler Systems to help you pick the right fire protections for your restaurant. Get started.
The most recognized and current fire suppression system in the fire protection industry is the Wet Chemical Pre-engineered fire suppression system. Wet Chemical Systems are used to protect your commercial kitchen hoods, ducts and appliances from fire hazards.
The Wet Chemical Systems are highly efficient, automatic fire detectors that respond fast to fire hazards by preventing re-ignition. When combined with water sprinkler systems, you can have highly effective fire systems in your restaurant.
Water sprinklers can be used anywhere water is readily available. Yes, water sprinkler systems can be used as substitutes for wet chemical pre-engineered systems but work more effectively when used together.
Automatic Water Sprinklers do not address specific restaurant hood, duct, or appliance fire protection needs. The automatic sprinklers do address general functional, strength, corrosion and nozzle coverage for fire protection.
On the other hand, Wet Chemical Pre-engineered Systems are tested for performance so they can extinguish restaurant-cooking appliances. Wet Chemical Pre-engineered Systems can extinguish fire on duct, hood, deep fat fryers, griddles, gas, electric, char and chain broilers. The wet chemical systems can successfully extinguish commercial kitchen fires without splashing or re-igniting cooking grease. This means that Wet Chemical Systems can provide complete protection simultaneously to all commercial restaurant hazards.
By using wet chemical systems and automatic water sprinklers, your restaurant will be following the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards that help minimize the possibility and effects of fire. Get your proper fire systems installed today with Fireline Corporation.
Commercial restaurant kitchens are equipped with ranges, broilers, fryers and ovens. These appliances, when combined with high temperatures and cooking oils, provide an ideal environment for a fire. The best protection against restaurant fires is the installation of a pre-engineered wet chemical restaurant suppression system. Our pre-engineered restaurant hood wet chemical systems have successfully suppressed many restaurant cooking equipment, exhaust hood and duct fires and are the industry standard. Re-engineered wet chemical systems have pre-determined flow rates and quantities of extinguishing agent, as well as the specific pipe sizes and number and types of nozzles prescribed by the manufacturer. It is vitally important to have these systems designed installed by a qualified fire protection contractor. Semi-annual inspections, including fusible link replacement, are also important factors to ensure proper operation in the event of a fire.
Ask us about our Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher and Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers and Sprinklers for the best commercial restaurant kitchen safety.
We are a Maryland corporation founded in 1947 by John S. Waters. Fireline remains a pioneer in the fledgling fire equipment distribution business and we have grown to encompass all facets of fire protection. Our Totally Integrated Protection Solutions provide you with a wide variety of services. We can design, install, inspect, or service any type of fire protection system. From fire alarm to fire extinguisher, we do it all.
If you have any questions about Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher and Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers, Sprinklers, fire equipment, or other Fireline products and services, contact Fireline by calling 410.247.1422 or click here today!
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Source: Wet Chemical Pre-Engineered Restaurant Systems and Water Sprinkler Systems: A Comparison