Fire Suppression System for Commercial Kitchens in the GTA
A restaurant fire suppression system is imperative when it comes to providing fire protection for restaurant cooking appliances, exhaust hoods and ducts as defined by the National Fire Protection Association. Canadian Industrial Fire Protection Co Inc can install and service restaurant kitchen hood fire suppression systems and provide annual inspections, emergency support and a full range of maintenance services. Commercial kitchens usually do not work without oil and solid fuels which are highly combustible in nature. A fully functional suppression system is a part and parcel of every commercial kitchen. We offer our services at fair and competitive prices. Call us for a quote today.
Kitchen Suppression System (Featured Products)
Canadian Industrial Fire Protection Co Inc offers fully functional suppression systems for your kitchens for optimum fire protection. Rely on us for high-quality installation and maintenance of exhaust hoods, ducts, and more.
Wet Chemical Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems
UL and ULC approved
Complies with NFPA standard 17A and 96
Meets the requirements of the Building Officials and Code Administrators (BOCA)
Meets the requirements of the International Building Code (IBC)
Approved by the City of New York Material and Equipment Acceptance Division (MEA)
The KITCHEN KNIGHT II Restaurant Kitchen Fire Suppression System is a pre-engineered solution to the appliance and ventilating hood and duct grease fires. The system is designed to maximize hazard protection, reliability, and installation efficiency. Automatic or manual system activation releases a throttled discharge of potassium carbonate solution on the protected area in the form of fine droplets to suppress the fire and help prevent re-ignition after the discharge is complete.
Industrial Dry Chemical Fire Suppression Systems
Limits the escape of spray, vapour, and residue
Power ventilation system
Pyro-Chem's dry chemical extinguishing agents are appropriate for Class A, B, or C fires
Total flooding and screening application techniques as defined by NFPA 17 are utilized