Appliance Full Flood (Advanced)
Appliance Full Flood (Advanced)
Full-flood appliance fire suppression is for the busy commercial kitchen where equipment moves in and out or changes based on the menu. These systems are very cost-effective for medium and heavy-duty cooking lines requiring greater protection.
Appliance Full Flood (Advanced)
Full-flood appliance fire suppression is for the busy commercial kitchen where equipment moves in and out or changes based on the menu. These systems are very cost-effective for medium and heavy-duty cooking lines requiring greater protection.
Appliance Full Flood (Advanced)
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Amerex Zone Defense
The full flood/overlapping restaurant fire suppression systems solve the problem of protecting a kitchen where the appliances are moved around, rolled in and out for cleaning, or replaced with different appliances to accommodate changing menus. This system is cost-effective with medium and heavy-duty cooking lines requiring greater protection.
Certifications:

ABS — American Bureau of Shipping

UL/ULC Listed per UL 300

Codes:

Meets requirements of NFPA 17A

Meets requirements of NFPA 96

New York City Department of Buildings (MEA)

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Ansul Piranha
Dual agent fire suppression systems combine water and chemical agent to suppress the fire. The agent discharges first, suppressing the fire followed by water to cool the hazard and prevent reflash. Dual agent systems can be either appliance specific or full flood.
Certifications:

ABS — American Bureau of Shipping

UL/ULC Listed per UL 300

Codes:

Meets requirements of NFPA 17A

Meets requirements of NFPA 96

New York City Department of Buildings (MEA)

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Ansul R-102 Overlapping
An overlapping fire system has the nozzles placed every couple of feet along the length of the hood. The nozzles form overlapping cones of protection over your appliances, ensuring an effective, yet flexible, fire suppression package that makes it easy to change your kitchen configuration.
  • Metal blow off caps — for high heat applications
  • Horn strobes — for visual and audible emergency notification
  • K-Class handheld extinguishers
Certifications:

ABS — American Bureau of Shipping

UL/ULC Listed per UL 300

Codes:

Meets requirements of NFPA 17A

Meets requirements of NFPA 96

New York City Department of Buildings (MEA)