Fire suppression system
Fire suppression systems are used to extinguish or prevent the spread of fire in a building or vehicle. Suppression systems use a combination of dry chemicals and/or wet agents to suppress equipment fires.
In the USA fire suppression systems are governed by the codes under the National Fire Protection Association. Suppression systems have become a necessity to several industries as they help control damage and loss to equipment. Common means of detection are through heat sensors, wiring, or manual detection (depending on system selection).
- Fire sprinkler systems (wet, dry, pre-action and deluge)
- Gaseous agents
- Wet and dry chemical agents
- See Also Homemade Fire Suppression systems
- Fully Automatic Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems
- Manual Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems
Vehicle fire suppression systems
Although most fire suppression systems are static and are used to protect a building against damage, some systems are available for use in vehicles.
- National Fire Protection Association
- Fire Equipment Manufacturers' Association
- Fire System Training Web site
- Fire Suppression Systems Association
- Fire Suppression Systems
- Concept Fire Suppression Systems
- Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems
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