Special Hazards

Special Hazard Systems in Nevada & Utah

Businesses dealing with electronics and sensitive data must have a fire-safe system in place to defend against damages. It only takes seconds for a catastrophe to occur, causing you to lose product inventory, personal belongings and even lives. Special hazard fire protection systems can be the difference between a small cleanup and having to relocate to a different building because the appropriate technology was not in place.

Here at Certified Fire, we specialize in the design, assembly and installation of fire hazard systems for your commercial space in the states of Nevada and Utah. Our professionals will drive out to your location to help you prepare for the unexpected.

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What are special hazard systems?

Special hazard systems are engineered to detect and control fires in environments unfit for traditional water sprinklers. This technology is responsible for alerting nearby employees and releasing agents to limit devastation. The goal behind incorporating a special hazard fire protection system is to save lives and shield valuable documents and assets that are irreplaceable.

A special hazard system setup features a suppression method geared to eliminate messes in a confined space. Your industry will determine which type of agent is the best choice for your applications, whether it’s high-pressure carbon dioxide, foams or dry chemicals.

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Benefits of Installing

In case of a fire, a special hazard system can keep your employees and information safe with it’s extensive benefits and capabilities.

Certified Fire is here for all your special hazard system needs.

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Runs 24/7

One rather than multiple fire protection systems

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Enables quick evacuations

Minimizes Losses in fires

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Benefits of Installing a Special Hazard System

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Using a special hazard fire protection system enables business owners to create a custom plan for emergencies. These installations are fast-acting, run 24/7/365 and help you minimize losses. Managers and decision-makers get the satisfaction of knowing employees, security personnel and customers can evacuate safely before a fire spirals out of control.

Special hazard systems also give you the convenience of having heat sensors, alarms and suppression components housed together in the same setup. There is no need to configure multiple fire protection systems together and hope for the best.

WHERE TO INSTALL SPECIAL HAZARD FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

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Special hazard systems are versatile enough for rooms of all sizes. From power equipment areas to data centers, installations are flexible and will safeguard the resources you rely on for success. Some common places you might find a special hazard fire protection system include:

  • Museums & Art Galleries
  • Telecommunication Centers
  • Manufacturing & Industrial Facilities
  • Health Care Offices
  • Archive Rooms
  • Aircraft Hangers
  • Power Plants

Contact us for further information about special hazard systems

Does your company operate out of the states of Nevada and Utah? Certified Fire wants to keep your staff members, products and facilities safe. If you have questions about our products or services, give us a call at 801.281.0746 or complete our contact form for further information about pricing and we’ll get in touch promptly.