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Ansul R-102 Kitchen Suppression Systems
We are specialists in the supply, installation and maintenance of Ansul R-102 fire suppression systems.
In a busy catering environment or large company providing catering for its staff, it is necessary to take adequate precautions against fire to ensure the ongoing, successful operation of your company.
Imagine if you lost your business through fire
In todays commercial kitchens, higher temperature cooking oils, high-efficiency, slow-cooling appliances such as deep fat fryers have combined to make fire suppression more challenging than ever. But the fact remains: the need to protect people and property from fire is crucial. And the system more and more food service operations are trusting to do this is Ansul R-102.
Ansul R-102 RESTAURANT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
Kitchen Fire & Hygiene ltd Solutions are approved to supply, install and maintain the prestigious Ansul R-102 Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems.
Additional system features:
- Low pH agent
- Proven design
- Ease of recharge and post-fire cleanup
- Reliable gas cartridge operation
- Aesthetically appealing
- UL Listed – Meets requirements of UL 300
- ULC Listed – Meets requirements of ULC/ORD-C1254.6
- ABS and CE approved and listed
- Certificate Of Approval – New York City
- Five-year limited warranty
Fire Solutions: Questions & Answers
A: Inside and below the canopy there are no heat or smoke detectors or any other detectors in the extract ducting leading out from the canopy, therefore fire alarm has no way of detecting a fire as all the flames, fumes and air are getting pulled out from the effects of the fan.
A: Kitchen fires are extremely fierce and very dangerous fires to try and fight even by the fire brigade. Equally, portable fire extinguishers cannot be used to fight a fire behind the filters and the ducting as the fire is invisible at this point.
A: If your insurance company finds out that you have not completed your fire risk assessment properly by not identifying the all the above risks they may well not pay out for your fire damage. But did you know that if you tell your insurance that you have a fire suppression system they may offer you a substantial discount on your premium and within a few years the system will pay for itself in savings alone.