A sprinkler system is designed for one purpose – to contain and extinguish fires. And it is only useful if it works. Sprinkler Systems are complex so monitoring the system’s integrity is extremely important. A properly functioning system offers two types of signals for your water-flow alarm and supervisory devices.
Water flow alarm devices send an alarm signal to a monitoring center, usually when there is a fire, a water leak, pressure surges or broken pipes. The monitoring center is responsible for notifying the fire department and/or the customer.
Sprinkler supervisory devices send a supervisory signal that indicates a condition that could prevent the sprinkler system from functioning properly. This can include water pressure, air pressure, water and air temperature, water level, fire pumps, pump engines, room temperature, and supply valve conditions. Customer’s can be alerted to the potential damaging conditions.
Our reliable and affordable fire detection and suppression systems comply with strict commercial fire codes can be challenging to adhere to. These systems continually monitor for signs of smoke or fire an our manual pull stations are Fire Marshall and UL approved to allow for manual system activation. Our water flow supervisor systems monitor emergency water flow to minimize water damage, cause when your sprinklers are activated.
If you’re starting a business, moving or expanding or need to upgrade your commercial fire protection system, don’t worry. We can walk you through design, installation and monitoring setup to make the process easy and painless.