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FM-200 Systems

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FM-200 Inspections & Maintenance

Fire Extinguisher Service Center will provide the inspection and maintenance schedule to keep your system in compliance. We keep accurate inspection and maintenance records that are required by code and AHJ officials. We provide immediate response to fire suppression system discharges whether accidental or from a fire to get your system back into service as quickly as possible.

  • Test and clean all detectors
  • Verify shutdown and evacuation circuits
  • Verify cylinder pressures and weights
  • Check for changes in hazard integrity
  • Check input and output circuit supervision
  • Simulate system discharge and test releasing circuits
  • Visually inspect agent piping and nozzles
  • Check hydro-test dates for cylinders and discharge hoses

Fire Extinguisher Service Center professionals are ready to support your Nevada or Northern California organization’s fire protection systems and service requests 24 hours a day. Call now for more information about fire suppression system services. (775) 324-0117.

Mission Critical Equipment Requires Special Fire Suppression Considerations

Many fire suppression systems can damage or destroy the very equipment they’re meant to protect. Sensitive computer, electronic and telecommunications equipment – like that found in data centers, telecommunication facilities and other tech businesses – require special fire suppression considerations and advanced planning. If your building houses mission critical electronics and you have limited space, consider FM-200 (FM200), a Halon alternative waterless fire suppression system that is specifically designed to protect sensitive computer, electronics and telecommunications equipment.

How FM-200 Works

FM-200 is a clean agent fire suppression system designed specifically to protect sensitive electronic equipment. FM-200 suppresses a fire fast using a combination of chemical and physical mechanisms. FM-200 discharges gas (1,1,1,2,3,3,3-Heptafluoropropane) directly onto the surface of combustible materials.

FM-200 deploys quickly and cleanly – it won’t leave behind oily residue, particulate or water. FM-200 is one of the fastest suppression systems available; its extinguishing levels are typically reached in ten seconds or less. This extreme speed results in less damage, lower repair costs and shorter downtime.

Typical Customers Using FM-200 Systems

FM-200 can be safely used where people are working and present. Common environments using FM-200 for fire suppression are businesses, government buildings, universities, hospitals, museums and many others. Worldwide, over 100,000 systems have been installed to date. The FM-200 agent is stored in cylinders as liquid. Pressurization is achieved using nitrogen which saves huge amounts of storage space. FM-200 takes up to seven times less storage space than systems based on CO2 and inert gases. When discharged, the liquid flows through a network of piping into the protected area where it vaporizes.

Learn More about FM-200 – Contact the Professionals at Fire Extinguisher Service Center

Using the wrong type of fire suppression system in a telecommunications or data center environment can cause major damage. Fire Extinguisher Service Center offers a variety of cutting edge fire suppression systems including FM-200 for companies in Nevada and Northern California.

(775) 324-0117


INERGEN Fire Suppression Systems

The INERGEN Fire Suppression System protects enclosed areas where people may be present, fire may strike day or night, and damage from conventional agents cannot be tolerated.  Upon discharge, INERGEN agent fills the room, mixing with the air to suppress fires quickly and effectively.  Safe for people, INERGEN agent is non-synthetic and made of naturally occurring gases: nitrogen, argon, and carbon dioxide.  Once discharged, it returns to the atmosphere in its natural state.

INERGEN agent is free of residues and corrosive by-products that may produce further property damage.  And because it poses no ozone depleting or global warming threat, INERGEN agent will never be subject to future legislative bans.

Halon 1301 Fire Suppression Systems

 

halon-fire-suppression-systemsDo you currently have a Halon 1301 fire suppression system installed in your Nevada or Northern California office building? While scientific evidence has determined that Halon 1301 is an ozone depleting substance, and in accordance with the Clean Air Act of 1994, new production of Halon 1301 has been banned. However, it is legal to still own and operate a Halon 1301 fire suppression system if you already have one installed. If you want your Halon 1301 fire suppression system inspected, repaired, recharged or replaced, call Fire Extinguisher Service Center today.

Halon 1301 Fire Suppression System Inspection

Because of Halon 1301′s powerful ozone depleting properties, the EPA has very strict laws pertaining to the inspection and maintenance of Halon 1301 fire suppression systems. NFPA 12A standards, which pertain to Halon 1301 fire suppression systems, require that all systems be thoroughly inspected, tested and documented for operation by a certified trained fire suppression systems technician.

During inspection, the quantity of extinguishing agent and the pressure of refillable containers must be checked. If inspection shows significant changes in these levels, meaning a five percent loss in net weight or a 10 percent drop in pressure, the system must be refilled or replaced.

Halon 1301 Fire Suppression System Repair

If your existing Halon 1301 fire suppression system is in need of repairs, call Fire Extinguisher Service Center. Our trained technicians can service and repair your Halon 1301 fire suppression system to make sure your building is always kept safe from fire.

Halon 1301 Fire Suppression System Recharge

Even though new Halon 1301 manufacture has been banned, there is still plenty of existing recycled Halon 1301 that can be used to recharge your system in the event of a discharge. If you need to recharge your Halon 1301 fire suppression system, call Fire Extinguisher Service Center today.

Halon 1301 Fire Suppression System Removal

While you are not required to remove your Halon 1301 fire suppression system from use, the EPA highly recommends doing so and replacing your system with a more environmentally friendly option. Fire Extinguisher Service Center can remove your Halon 1301 system from your building and can recycle any remaining Halon you had on hand. Newer agents were developed to replace Halon 1301 and if you find that the area you have protected by 1301 has to be modified or enlarged, Fire Extinguisher Service Center can work with you on implementing a solution utilizing FM-200.

If you have a Halon 1301 fire suppression system and want to have it inspected, repaired, recharged or removed, call Fire Extinguisher Service Center today. Our certified trained technicians can service your Halon 1301 fire suppression system and make sure your Nevada or Northern California building is always protected from fire.

(775) 324-0117


 

Why call Fire Extinguisher Service Center?

Fire Extinguisher Service Center has over 30 years of experience providing complete fire protection services for businesses, organizations, government buildings and restaurants in the Nevada and Northern California area. Our number one focus is your safety – we want to make sure your employees, property and valuables are safe from the dangers of potential fires. We take pride in our “customer first” reputation, and will do whatever it takes to make sure your property and valuables are protected from fire hazards and that your building meets fire safety codes.

The best thing about partnering with Fire Extinguisher Service Center is that we are your single source solution for all fire protection services. Our experienced fire safety professionals specialize in all aspects of fire protection – from fire suppression system design and engineering, to sales, installation, testing and inspection, maintenance and repairs; from commercial kitchen fire suppression to extinguishers and emergency exit lighting – we do it all!

Located in Nevada or Northern California and want to learn more? Call us today to speak with one of our experienced fire safety professionals and discover why top names in business and government consistently recommend Fire Extinguisher Service Center.

We provide fire protection services in:

Nevada: Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Elko, Winnemucca, Fallon, Gardnerville, Minden, Fernley, Wendover, Hawthorne, Verdi, Lake Tahoe, Incline Village, Silver Springs, Cold Springs, Stead, and many more!

CaliforniaLake Tahoe, Truckee, Herlong, Susanville, Bishop, and many more!

Our Service Areas

Reno/Sparks
775-324-0117

Carson City
775-883-1366

Fallon
775-423-7117

Winnemucca
775-623-1176

Elko
775-753-1032
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