Our automatic fire suppression systems employ the patented FirePro Compound (FPC) technology that is itself the result of intensive and extensive R&D. FirePro systems are tested and certified according to the most stringent international standards and requirements. The modular, pre-engineered FirePro units efficiently and effectively protect conventional, as well as, specially-designed projects. FirePro is currently commissioned to safeguard key assets for a portfolio of prestigious customers in 110 countries globally.
We are a licensed Amerex Dealer for Extinguishers and Parts. Amerex Corporation has manufactured quality and innovative firefighting products since 1971. Amerex is recognized worldwide as a leader in the manufacture of hand portable and wheeled fire extinguishers, pre-engineered automatic restaurant systems, vehicle fire suppression systems, gas detection, and industrial systems.
The damage from a cooking fire can be devastating, forcing companies to cease operation for sustained periods of time or close their business. Wet chemical fire suppression systems used in commercial cooking operations have an excellent record of helping suppress cooking fires when the systems are properly installed and maintained.
These manikins help to save lives! How?
They are life-like manikins & training aids being used extensively in the UK, Europe, and really, world-wide.
Dräger is a German company which makes breathing and protection equipment, gas detection and analysis systems, and noninvasive patient monitoring technologies. Customers include hospitals, fire departments and diving companies.
We asked ourselves how we could design a product that helps firefighters perform at their best and deliver maximum protection and comfort at the same time. We put your needs at the core of each product design.
By partnering with Valmin Fire Protection you’ll reduce the burden of Fire and Life Safety compliance. Our company’s mobile units save you time and money by providing onsite servicing such as recharging and maintenance
Marine firefighting tactics are developed to minimize damage to the vessel and the marine environment. This means compliance with all international standards and ensuring that firefighting methods incorporate the latest technologies and best practices.
Industrial fires usually require different suppression techniques and equipment. Depending on the hazards, firefighting tools can be high-volume foam proportioning equipment and foam concentrates.