Wet Chemical Fire Suppression Systems
Wet chemical fire suppression systems meet the needs of our commercial cooking customers applications including but not limited to fryers, griddles, range tops, etc. Wet chemical systems also meet the needs of our customers for off-road equipment including but not limited to forestry, mining, and agriculture equipment. Wet chemical systems quickly knock down flames and cools hot surfaces while generating a tough vapor securing blanket that helps prevent reflash. Ahern has been fire safety focused and designing custom wet chemical suppression systems for over 30 years. We will work with you to find the best solutions to your needs.
Inspection &Installation Services
Ahern takes safety very seriously. That’s why each wet chemical fire suppression system is made to be NFPA 17a and 96 (commercial cooking) code compliant. Each system is customized based on your kitchen or off road vehicles design and needs. Our manufacture certified technicians will work with your schedule to accurately and quickly efficiently install your Wet Chemical Suppression System so your business can be back up and running in no time. After installation, we will train your staff on how to safely and effectively use the system. Ahern will work with your maintenance team to setup a maintenance agreement to perform as well as conduct regular inspections and maintenance.
More than 75% or our certified or licensed service technicians have over 10 years of industry experience.
The main advantage of the wet chemical fire suppression system is its ability to automatically and quickly react after fire detection. In the kitchen and off road equipment applications, fires can spread extremely fast and wet chemical suppression systems provide the protection needed for these hazards. Since the system is pre-engineered JF Ahern has flexibility in nozzle, detection, and cylinders placement specific to the fire-risk hazards.
No AFP project has had to be finished by another contractor. Nine times since 2010, we've finished work that another contractor couldn’t.