While having an alarm system in place will help ensure those on location are alerted to any problems, in most buildings the greatest risk of loss occurs when the facility is unoccupied. Detecting a fire early can mean the difference between losing everything and keeping damage to a minimum. Fire sprinkler systems are crucial for property and investment protection, but most importantly the protection of lives. Improperly designed, installed, or serviced systems can lead to catastrophic failure. All portable fire extinguishers are required to have an Annual Fire Extinguisher Inspection performed by a state licensed inspector every year.
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We can provide fire alarm installation and inspection services. Good fire alarm coverage is essential to protecting your home or business from fire damage. Comprehensive sprinkler systems can help prevent fire damage and protect your business. Our experienced team can install and inspect the systems at your business. Not all fire extinguishers are created equal. We provide our clients with only quality extinguishers manufactured to meet National Fire Prevention Agency standards. Keeping your kitchen facilities protected from fires is vital. Hood suppression systems prevent damage to your kitchen from stovetop or oven fires. Having a comprehensive fire escape plan saves lives in the event of a crisis. We develop plans and train your employees for fire emergencies.
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Our Location West 78th St. Suite , Edina, MN. Phone Number Pre-action fire sprinkler systems employ the basic concept of a dry pipe fire sprinkler system in that water is not normally contained within the pipes.
Pre-action fire sprinkler systems employ the basic concept of a dry pipe system in that water is not normally contained within the pipes. The difference, however, is that water is held from piping by an electrically operated valve, known as a pre-action valve. Valve operation is controlled by independent flame, heat, or smoke detection. Two separate events must happen to initiate sprinkler discharge. First, the detection system must identify a developing fire and then open the pre-action valve.