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RESTAURANT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS

Restaurant Fire Suppression Systems

Northland Fire is your source for ANSUL® commercial quality restaurant fire suppression systems. Our certified professionals will install and service your system. ANSUL® liquid agent systems continues to be the #1 protector of today's kitchen equipment.

R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System

Appliance-Specific Design

R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System
The most efficient fire protection is accomplished when nozzles are selected and aimed at specific hazard areas on each appliance. This method typically provides the most economical use of liquid agent reducing the size or quantity of storage tanks and associated hardware.

Overlapping Appliance Protection

When flexibility and simplicity are most important, nozzles are placed in a straight-line arrangement providing overlapping agent discharge patterns. This creates a virtual fire-free zone where appliances of various types and sizes are protected - even if they are replaced or rearranged under the hood.

PIRANHA Dual Agent Restaurant Fire Suppression System

PIRANHA Restaurant fire suppression systemsThe only agent-plus-water fire suppression hybrid on the market today, the PIRANHA Dual Agent Restaurant Fire Suppression System outperforms all conventional single-agent systems. The system employs the best firefighting attributes of two extinguishing agents: the fast flame knockdown and securing power of wet chemical and the fast cool-down capability of water. Tests using the "Double-Agent" concept have shown dramatically increased firefighting performance. Twice the coverage of conventional single-agent systems. Cools down cooking oils 15 times faster than wet chemical systems. Flexible overlapping nozzle coverage for most appliance arrangements. Smaller and fewer agent storage tanks required per system.