City Fire Equipment Company Datasheets for Fire Suppression Systems

Fire suppression systems are used to suppress flames in the event of a fire. There are several types of suppression systems including wet sprinkler systems, dry sprinkler systems, deluge sprinkler systems and dry chemical suppression systems These systems work in conjunction with heat sensors, smoke detectors and fire alarm systems to improve and increase public safety.
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Product Name Notes
Air Pressurized Water (APW) extinguishers Air Pressurized Water (APW) extinguishers cool burning material by absorbing heat. Effective on Class A fires, they have the advantage of being inexpensive, harmless and...
Wet Pipe Sprinklers Wet Pipe sprinklers are the most common type of fire sprinkler systems and the most reliable, with the only operating components being the automatic sprinklers and, in...
Clean Agent extinguishers displace oxygen (CO2 or inert gases), remove heat from a combustion zone (Halotron or FE-36) or inhibit chemical chain reactions (Halons). They are considered clean agents because...
Deluge systems are systems that have open sprinklers – the heat-sensing operating element is removed or specifically designed to be open so that all sprinklers connected to the water piping...
Fire suppression system that discharges multipurpose dry chemical agent.
Fire suppression system that discharges proven multipurpose dry chemical agent.
Foam water fire sprinkler systems are special application systems, discharging a mixture of water and low expansion foam concentrate, resulting in a foam spray from the sprinkler. These systems are...
Industrial Dry Chemical fire extinguisher system use foam or powder pressurized with nitrogen and extinguish by separating the four parts of the fire, preventing the chemical reaction between heat, fuel...
Pre-Action Sprinkler systems are hybrids of wet, dry and deluge systems, depending on requirements. There are two main sub-types of pre-action systems: single interlock and double interlock. Single interlock systems...
Recommened for backup of primary fire suppression system.
Special hazard situations demand special attention. We recognize the value a business or public facility places on irreplaceable information and materials. We will custom-design a fire suppression system that fits...
Today’s commercial kitchens are home to more than recipes for fine food – they also are home to recipes for fire emergencies. Low-fat foods cooked with hotter vegetable oils can...
Vehicle (off-road) Fire Suppression Systems provide manual and/or automatic fire suppression capabilities for uniquely defined special hazards that exist on mobile or stationary equipment commonly used in agricultural, construction, forestry,...
With a broad variety of products available, many businesses and property managers are unsure of which best fit their needs and meet all fire code requirements. City Fire’s industry expertise...
ABC extinguishers ABC extinguishers employ multipurpose dry chemicals. They are filled with monoammonium phosphate, a yellow powder that leaves a sticky residue that may be damaging to electrical appliances such...