Fire Suppression Systems

IG- 541, IG-01, IG-55, IG-100

Inert gases are a great choice as they are natural products. They work by reducing  the oxygen levels in the hazard to a level that does not support combustion but still high enough to support life. They are stored at high pressure hence can be installed at distances from the protected areas.

  • Development Bank of Kenya
  • Kenya Data Networks Limited
  • Frontier Optical Networks Limited
  • Sevenseas Technologies Limited
  • Co-operative Bank of Kenya
  • Ministry of Lands, Survey of Kenya
  • Liquid Telcom Limited
  • United States International University
  • Chase Bank
  • Eastern Produce Kenya Limited
  • Safaricom Limited
  • ICEA Lion Insurance Company Limited
  • Harambee Sacco
  • Henkel Kenya Limited

For the protection of commercial kitchens in restaurants, hospitals and factories, we supply and install “Wet Chemical Restaurant Fire Suppression Systems”. They detect and put off fires within the cooker hood automatically and shut off the gas and power supply to the cooking appliances, they are easily linked the main building Fire Alarm System.

  • Crowne Plaza Hotel
  • Parklands Sports Club
  • NAS Airport Services
  • German Point
  • The Tune Hotel
  • KCB Pension Building
  • Hilton Inn
  • Safaricom Limited
  • DoubleTree by Hilton
  • Karen Hotels and Cottages

FM-200, FE-13, 36 and NOVEC 1230

They work by reducing the heat, isolating the oxygen and inhibiting the fire chain reaction. Clean agents are quite fast and effective as they extinguish fire in its incipient stages. Their storage requirements are smaller compared to Inert agents, hence ideal where space is a premium.

  • Safaricom Limited
  • African Re-insurance Corporation
  • Abyssinia Bank, Ethiopia.
  • Kenol Kobil Limited
  • FPSD, Burundi
  • United Bank, Ethiopia
  • Africare Limited
  • Jubilee Insurance Ltd
  • SportPesa
  • Kenyatta National Hospital.
  • Riara University

This is a fire protection system that uses water in form of a mist to suppress fire, by cooling both the flames and the surrounding gases by evaporation. The water is pressurised to about 100 bars and discharged through stainless steel nozzles. These systems are ideal for hazards with openings such as generator rooms.

Liquid Telecom Ltd.