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Fire Protection/Life Safety

The fire pump controller monitors several alarms and devices specific to the fire pump operation.

Now is the time to invest in your fire protection systems or retrofit your building with lifesaving and property conserving protection.

Air Compressor Maintenance

Monday, January 15, 2018

A reliable source of clean, dry air under the proper pressure is necessary for Dry and Preaction Fire Protection Systems. Proper air pressure requirements will be determined at the time of the system design.

Did you know that anytime you change the layout, occupancy, use or process of an area or storage in your facility you need to evaluate the fire protection system’s capacity?

Winter is Coming, Time to Winterize is Here

As cold weather approaches, we want to remind you of some Building Owner requirements of NFPA-25, 2011 edition for Dry-Pipe and Antifreeze Fire Sprinkler Systems:

We have all read about fire deaths too many times during any given calendar year. Witnessing this unnecessary pain and suffering in person or through the news media is truly heartbreaking.


How does performing regular, proactive planned maintenance affect your building systems?

CPVC Pipe and Chemical Compatibility

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

The use of CPVC pipe materials for sprinkler fire protection systems is often the material of choice for several building occupancy types when installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s listings.

Which Fire Extinguisher Should I Use

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Fire extinguishers are a first aid tool that should be kept within businesses for small first-response situations.

As cities grow and/or become more landlocked, the only place to go is up. That is why we are seeing more high-rise and multi-story buildings being constructed to account for the limited space. These types of construction can be difficult as it relates to fire protection.