Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems

Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems

In addition to the standard array of wet, dry and deluge fire sprinkler systems, we offer Clean Agent Suppression Systems for computer rooms, and other sensitive environments, as well as the latest hybrid Nitrogen/Water Suppression System for museums, libraries, data centers and power systems, and CO2 systems for enclosed machine spaces, electrical gear cabinets and other spaces that are confined and are not occupied by humans.

Kidde Clean Agent Systems

Utilizing a waterless, non-toxic, clean gas, these systems are used where water discharge or chemicals would damage sensitive equipment, typically in small rooms. They are extremely fast-acting, clean and environmentally safe. The system is controlled by a dedicated detection and alarm system. Eastern Fire is a licensed distributor of KIDDE and Siemens clean agent fire suppression systems.

Kidde CO2 Systems

Carbon Dioxide is an economical clean agent for enclosed spaces. It leaves no residue and is non-damaging to sensitive electronic equipment. With total atmosphere and local applications we can design a custom solution for you.

All design is performed on Auto-Cad based software, giving us file-sharing capability with Architects and Engineers, and our licensed staff Fire Protection Engineer assures that your project is designed to perform when needed, without false discharges or critical failures.

Our fire suppression systems are fabricated “in-house”, in our own state-of-the-art fabrication facility, where we have total quality control.

Call us to discuss the various design options and let us help you select the best system for your facility. Eastern Fire has designed and installed systems for municipal airports as well as military facilities.

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