SERVICES

Fire Suppression, Fire Alarms, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Suppression, First Aid

Fire Alarm Systems

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  • Installation of ESTFIKE Industrial Alarms – Tomorrow’s Technology Today.
  • Vesda Air Sampling Smoke Detection
  • Service Avaliable on all Types of Systems
  • 24 Hour Supervised Monitoring
  • Licensed Technicians for Service or Installation
  • Free Consultation Available
  • Systems custom designed to meet your particular needs.
  • NFPA:  “Fire Alarms are to be inspected Semi-Annually”

Fire Suppression Systems

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Coverage Available For:

  • Computer Rooms
  • Telecommunication Rooms
  • Vaults
  • Archives
  • Generator Rooms
  • FE-227/FM-200 Clean Agent
  • Ecaro-25 Halon Replacement Systems
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Halon 1301
  • Systems custom designed to meet your particular needs
  • NFPA: “Suppression Systems are to be inspected Semi-Annually”

Hood Fire Protection Systems

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  • New Wet Chemical Systems custom designed to meet your particular needs
  • Ansul
  • Kidde-Fenwal
  • UL-300 Listed
  • Upgrade / remodel to meet UL-300 Standard
  • NFPA: “Hood systems are to be serviced Semi-Annually”

Fire Extinguishers

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  • Inspections
  • Hydrotesting
  • 6 year maintenance
  • Recharges
  • Ansul
  • Amerex

OSHA 1910-157 (g) states: Training and education (1) where the employer has provided portable Fire Extinguishers for employess in the work place; the employer shall also provide an educational program to familiarize employees with the general principles of Fire Extinguisher use and the hazards involved with incipient stage of fire fighting.

Demonstrations / Fire Extinguisher Training

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Why Conduct Training?

  • OSHA Requirement
  • Save Lives
  • Build Confidence
  • Promote your Awareness

What Does it Involve?

  • Actual Hands-On Experience
  • Classroom Instruction
  • Training Videos

What do you Receive?

  • Certification of Completion
  • Valuable Knowledge
  • Confidence to Fight Fires

Paint Booth Fire Suppression Systems

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Coverage Available For:

  • Paint Booths
  • Dip Tanks
  • Flammable Storage Tanks
  • Chemical Storage
  • Dry Chemical
  • Vehicle / Racing / Off Road
  • Foam Systems
  • Systems custom designed to meet your particular needs
  • NFPA: “Suppression Systems are to be inspected Semi-Annually”

First Aid

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Coverage Available For:

  • First Aid kit & AED supplies
  • OSHA/ANSI compliant First Aid Maintenance
  • First Aid, CPR & AED Training with National Safety Council Certificate
  • Staff Nurse
  • Job site analysis,
  • Promotes Safety
  • Save Lives
  • Recognize emergencies

Other Services

  • Complete Service on Fire Alarms, Extinguishers, Sprinklers and Suppression Systems
  • 24 Hour On Call Service
  • Mobile Vans with Recharging Capabilities
  • Recharging all makes of Extinguishers – Including Halon 1211
  • High Pressure and Low Pressure Hydrostatic Testing – DOT Approved
  • Hydrostatic Testing of Medical Oxygen Cylinders and SCBA Cylinders
  • Repair and Hydrostatic Testing of Fire Hose
  • Exit and Emergency Lighting Inspection
  • QLFT Respirator Fit Testing
  • Confined Space Training
  • Sprinkler Systems
  • SCBA Flow Test
  • SCBA / Respiratory Audit
  • Showroom Services including Hands-On product training such as demonstrations and / or sizing

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Links and References to Regulatory / Standards Information

To review the Fire Extinguishers Older than 1984 Replacement Process

  • From NFPA 10 2007 Chapter 4.4.1 “Dry chemical stored pressure extinguishers manufactured prior to October 1984 shall be removed from service at the next 6-year maintenance interval or the next hydrotest interval, whichever comes first.”

Fire Extinguishers to be inspected by certified personnel: NFPA 10 2007 7.1.2.2

  • “Maintenance, servicing, and recharging shall be performed by trained and certified persons having available the appropriate servicing manual(s), the proper types of tools, recharge materials, lubricants, and manufacturer’s recommended replacement parts or parts specifically listed for use in the fire extinguisher. 7.1.2.3 The certification of service personnel shall be required after August 17, 2008.”
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