AFP began installing clean agent systems in 1947. We understand that high value and sensitive areas require a different approach to fire protection. Whether you need to protect priceless artwork or valuable computer data, clean agent systems are designed to quickly suppress a fire while minimizing the damage that can be caused by water based sprinkler systems. This means reduced collateral damage AND a rapid recovery after a fire.
Our qualified teams are ready to handle all types of clean agent suppression equipment:
Industrial Dry Chemical Systems
Industrial dry chemical systems help protect many special hazard areas. From paint booths to chemical storage lockers to industrial machinery, your dry chemical system must be designed well and kept in top condition to respond when it is needed.
Our qualified teams are ready to handle all types of industrial dry chemical fire suppression equipment:
• Paint Spray Booths
• Vehicle Spray Booths
• Open-Face Spray Booths
• Exhaust Ducts
• Gas Stations
• Hazardous Material (HazMat) Storage
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides comprehensive information on NFPA 704 which presents a simple, readily recognized, and easily understood system of markings (commonly referred to as the “NFPA hazard diamond”) that provides an immediate general sense of the hazards of a material and the severity of these hazards as they relate to emergency response.
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- Alarms, extinguishers & sprinklers
- Kitchen systems
- Backflow preventers
- Clean agent systems
- Central station monitoring
- And more