Much like fire sprinklers and clean agent fire suppression systems, automatic fire extinguishers provide round-the-clock protection from fire, without needing to be manned or monitored. Automatic fire extinguishers can be a critical piece of your building’s fire safety, serving as an alternative to potentially damaging fire sprinkler systems. Types of … Continue reading Benefits and Applications of Automatic Fire Extinguishers
We get this question from business owners frequently, and while there is no single best fire alarm panel out there, there are a number of different fire alarm features that can make the system easier or harder to operate. Remember—in the case of a fire alarm panel, easier is always … Continue reading What Is the Best Fire Alarm Panel?
A fire in a data center or computer room could be devastating for your business. Not only is there the risk of personal injury or loss of life, but you could also lose all your data and equipment—and with it, your entire business. Even the downtime and loss of productivity … Continue reading How to Keep a Computer Room Safe from Fire
In a matter of seconds, a single spark can turn into a deadly blaze, putting people and property at risk. Fire extinguishers are crucial to keeping your building protected, but if you don’t take proper safety measures with your extinguishers, they won’t do you much good! There are a number … Continue reading Fire Extinguisher Safety Guidelines
If you run a museum, data center, or any other building that relies on sensitive equipment, you most likely have a clean agent fire suppression system keeping it protected. But when was the last time you had that fire suppression system inspected? Commercial fire suppression systems are vital for keeping … Continue reading Is Your Fire Suppression System Outdated?
As important as fire sprinklers are to the safe operation of a business, many people have questions about their cost, how they work, etc. Since your fire sprinkler system is one of the most important components in your building, it is important to know everything you can about choosing the right one.
The number of fire extinguishers and the type of fire extinguishers you need in your New Jersey (NJ), Pennsylvania (PA) or Delaware (DE) commercial building or restaurant depends on two main factors – hazard level and square footage of the building. Building codes and OSHA Standards use these factors when determining what fire protection requirements are needed for each structure. Furthermore, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) determines the types of fire extinguishers needed for each building, and is responsible for ensuring their proper use and maintenance with inspections each month
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