Fire Suppression

Fire suppression systems are automatically triggered in the event of a fire. There are many different types, from water sprinklers to inert gases. Suppression agents might include:

  • AFF Foam
  • CO2
  • Chemical based cooker hood systems
  • Watermist
  • FM200/HFC227ea
  • IG55/Argonite
  • IG541/Inergen
  • Powder
  • 3M Novec 1230
  • Halon (special applications only)
  • Aerosol

Why would you choose one type of system over another? This really depends on who, or what, you are trying to protect. For example, water will put out a fire in an art gallery, but it might destroy precious paintings in the process. In this instance, a clean agent suppression system should be used, as this will not leave a residue on evaporation. Some suppression agents are hazardous to human life: high concentrations of carbon dioxide in a confined space such as a ship's engine room can kill within seconds.

It's vital, therefore, to consult with certified experts such as Allsaved when considering the optimum fire safety plan for your premises.

Award-winning Suppliers

FirePro is our valued supplier of industry-leading, environmentally friendly automatic fire suppression systems.  FirePro products are used in 110 countries globally, and they're tested and certified according to the most stringent international standards and requirements.

How Can We Help?

We can custom-design safe and reliable fire suppression systems for your building, whatever the challenges. Contact us for a fire risk assessment to see how our certified assessors can help. Our pricing is honest and transparent, and we won't tie you in to long contracts.

Suppression systems can start from just £300, offering better value and total peace of mind.

Meet One of Our Team

Wayne Fantauzzi, Electrical Engineer

I'm Wayne, I'm an electrician but I do enjoy getting involved in the fire protection side of the business, especially fire suppression systems. I am also a qualified PAT tester but when I am not working I enjoy cooking and spending my weekends in my allotment.