Fire suppression systems always consist of at least one component designed to extinguish a fire by applying an external substance. Many fire suppression systems also consist of fire detection systems and signaling mechanisms designed to alert workers to the problem and prompt responsible persons to take further suppressive actions. The detection of fire often automatically activates the extinguishing component of the system; however, some fire suppression systems require manual activation.
Benefits Fire Suppression Systems
- The benefits of all types of clean suppression systems are that they are environment-friendly and don’t deplete the ozone.
- Safe to use where people are present, a suppression system can be installed in both occupied and unoccupied rooms.
- It will diffuse the fire quickly (10 seconds) and
also minimize the amount of soot and smoke
that fills a room during a fire.