Active Fire Protection​

The best way to define active fire protection systems is to think about items or systems that require an action or motion in order to start working.

For example, alarms and sprinkler systems are designed to trigger in the presence of smoke and heat. Alarms will alert those working or living in the building and sprinkler systems can slow the spread of fire. Fire extinguishers can put out small fires completely, and in the case of larger fires, firefighters are the best equipped to tackle the blaze and put the fire out.

Other examples of Active Fire Protection are:

  • Fire Blankets
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Standpipes
  • Sprinkler Systems
  • Gaseous Clean Agent
  • Foam Suppression Systems
  • Low, Medium and Large Expansion Foam