SPECIAL HAZARD CLEAN AGENT SYSTEMS are a specialize area of fire protection. At Master Fire Mechanical, our certified design team will create a customized solution for the most challenging fire protection needs. With over 50 years of experience in the fire protection services industry, Master Fire Mechanical is a company you can trust to install or retrofit a suppression system for your facility. We serve the New York City area and beyond.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
Depending on the special hazards inside your facility, your business will require a unique fire suppression system. Whether it’s a data center, a museum or power plant, the detection of a fire and the fast-acting response of a system is important to help limit damage to your assets.
Master Fire Mechanical will help you design, install, test, inspect and service a special hazard fire protection system. There are several special hazards fire protection systems. Deluge Systems (water-based sprinkler system) have open nozzles to quickly release a large douse of water over a wide area. These systems are commonly deployed in industrial facilities, chemical storage facilities and power plants.
High Expansion Foam Systems release blankets of foam to smother and suppress a fire. Such systems are deployed in highly combustible storage facilities. Clean Agent and CO2 Systems are fast acting fire suppression systems that use Carbon-dioxide (CO2) to suppress fires. CO2 systems require no clean up, leave no residue, and are non-conducive. Such systems are used in electronic operations and power generation facilities. Water Mist Systems are fire protection systems which use very fine water droplets or mist to put out fires. Such systems use less water and create less water damage than traditional sprinkler systems.
Master Fire Mechanical will work with NYC DOB to get your special hazards clean agent system approved. For more about the expediting process visit https://masterfiremechanical.com/services/nyc-dob-permit-expediting-services-in-manhattan/
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