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Fire Extinguishers

Portable fire extinguishers provide a convenient and proven way to combat the first signs of fire. We offer an assortment of fire extinguishers, each manufactured for specific fire classification. We provide a comprehensive program of inspecting, recharging, replacing, and hydrostatic testing of fire extinguishers. In addition, we offer training and demonstrations by our team of qualified technicians to familiarize your employees with the proper use of portable fire extinguishers.

The 6 types of Fire Extinguishers

1. ABC POWDER FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Powder fire extinguishers are effective for Class A, B and C fires.

2. CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHER
A carbon dioxide fire extinguisher (CO2) leaves no residue and requires no cleanup. The CO2 extinguisher is effective for class B fires that involve flammable liquids and electrical fires.

3. WET CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER
A wet chemical fire extinguisher is used on Class K fires and is most effective in a cooking environment. However, it can also be used for Class A fires for such things like paper and wood fires.

4. WATER MIST FIRE EXTINGUISHER
A water mist fire extinguisher is a specialized extinguisher that can be effective for use across all class A, B, C, and K fires, making it the most versatile of the six types.

5. FOAM FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Foam fire extinguishers are suitable for Class A and Class B flammable liquids, but not effective for gaseous fires. Foam extinguishers are some of the best for liquid fires, such as gasoline fires, and can also be used on Class A fires involving solid combustibles like wood.

6. CLEAN AGENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER
A clean agent fire extinguisher is used for Class B and C fires; It is commonly used in electrical rooms to protect electronics and computer equipment. The agent used for this extinguisher is electrically non-conductive, so there is no residue after discharge. It is also safe to be used while people are present. This unit is a perfect fit for data centers or businesses where files are stored in server rooms.

Alarm and Detection

Whether you need a simple monitoring panel for a fire sprinkler system or a complex addressable system incorporating smoke and fan controls, you can rely on Consolidated Fire Protection. Our specialists will complete a thorough analysis of your facility to integrate the proper alarm, and detection elements into your fire protection system, for a complete and comprehensive solution. We can design, install, inspect, and service the fire and life safety system tailored to fit your facility needs.

Our team of engineers and technicians can furnish your facility with the appropriate alarm and detection equipment:

  • conventional and addressable detection products
  • audio/visual notification devices
  • smoke and fan controls
  • elevator recall
  • monitoring
  • fire alarm control panels
  • fire alarm system networks
  • test, inspect, and monitor devices
  • emergency voice evacuation systems
  • access control and security

We represent a full range of respected, independent manufacturers of alarm and detection solutions. Our family of manufacturing companies and our long-standing manufacturer partnerships enable us to recommend the best fire protection system for your business environment. We prefer not to install systems with proprietary technology. This gives our customers the freedom to have their systems serviced by a provider of their choice, for life of the system.

Suppression Systems

Fire Sprinkler Systems

Our custom sprinkler systems are designed for each particular facility and are built to meet or exceed NFPA fire codes and insurance requirements. We can provide solutions to furnish, install, inspect, repair, and service the following equipment:

  • wet fire sprinkler systems
  • dry pipe systems
  • pre-action systems
  • underground supplies
  • standpipe systems
  • fire pumps
  • backflows
  • fire hydrants
  • antifreeze loop systems

 

Special Hazard Fire Suppression Systems

Special hazard systems are designed to detect and extinguish dangerous situations in locations where standard fire suppression systems are not adequate.

Dry Chemical Fire Suppression Systems

Pressured dry chemicals used in conjunction with the proper detection system can extinguish a fire before it becomes detectable to the eyes, thus protecting your valuable resources from damage and your business from any major interruptions.

Gaseous Fire Suppression Systems

Carbon dioxide is a clean and non-flammable gas that is commonly used as a fire-extinguishing agent for areas that are not typically occupied by people. CO2 efficiently and effectively extinguishes fire without leaving any toxic or liquid residue that might damage property or equipment.

Foam Fire Suppression Systems

Foam extinguishing systems are effective for rapidly controlling and extinguishing flammable liquid fire. Our team of mechanical and electrical technicians can provide the foam system that is ideal for your high-risk industrial setting.

Restaurant Kitchen Hood Systems

Commercial kitchens are high-risk environments that are susceptible to oil and grease fueled fire. You can rely on us to design, install, and service the right kitchen hood system to protect your commercial kitchen exhaust hoods, ducts, and cooking appliances.

Security Solutions

At Consolidated Fire Protection safety is our goal. We have a dedicated security team to help you find the right solution to meet your demand. Our team will visit your site, work with you to determine your needs, and customize the right security plan to fit your business.

Security Intrusion

  • Intrusion Control Panels
  • Security Keypads (Arm/Disarm/Fire Alarm)
  • Door / Window Contacts
  • Motion / Glass / Specialty Sensors
  • Devices available in wireless or hardwired

Access Control

  • Card Access / Keyfob / Call Box Systems
  • Door Strikes / Mag Locks
  • Request to Exit (RTE) Motion / Push Button
  • Push to Exit – Paddles / Crash Bars

CCTV 

  • IP / HD Over Coax / Analog CCTV Cameras
  • NVR / DVR / Hybrid System (all types)
  • Mobile & Remote Visual Access
  • Integrate & Service all brands

All systems are delivered complete and ready for installation by our trained technicians. Each Security System is programmed to your preference.

We are a trained and authorized dealer for DSX Access Systems, Inc.

Security Solutions

At Consolidated Fire Protection safety is our goal. We have a dedicated security team to help you find the right solution to meet your demand. Our team will visit your site, work with you to determine your needs, and customize the right security plan to fit your business.

Security Intrusion

  • Intrusion Control Panels
  • Security Keypads (Arm/Disarm/Fire Alarm)
  • Door / Window Contacts
  • Motion / Glass / Specialty Sensors
  • Devices available in wireless or hardwired

Access Control

  • Card Access / Keyfob / Call Box Systems
  • Door Strikes / Mag Locks
  • Request to Exit (RTE) Motion / Push Button
  • Push to Exit – Paddles / Crash Bars

CCTV 

  • IP / HD Over Coax / Analog CCTV Cameras
  • NVR / DVR / Hybrid System (all types)
  • Mobile & Remote Visual Access
  • Integrate & Service all brands

All systems are delivered complete and ready for installation by our trained technicians. Each Security System is programmed to your preference.

We are a trained and authorized dealer for DSX Access Systems, Inc.

Backflow 

Is your drinking water safe?

Consolidated Fire Protection provides Backflow prevention services for the following applications: 

  • Domestic Water
  • Fire Lines
  • Irrigation Systems
  • Hydrant Meter Applications
  • Soda Fountain Carbonators

We make it easy by handling all the city paperwork for testing and certification of your system.

What is backflow?

Backflow is when undesired water flows in any pipeline or plumbing system opposite from its intended direction. This has the potential to contaminate the water in plumbing systems and become unusable. Backflow can be especially dangerous if it occurs where drinking water is dispersed. A Backflow preventer must be properly installed, tested and maintained to prevent water from flowing backward in community water systems, to prevent contamination. For more information and resources on backflow safety see American Water Works Association.