Warehouse Fire Protection - SERVPRO of Norristown
According to the National Fire Protection Association, 1,210 warehouse fires were reported annually in 2009-2013. These fires cause an average of $ 155 million in direct property damage, 19 civilian injuries and 3 civilians die each year.
If you have a warehouse, you will probably want to protect it from fire. If your warehouse is destroyed by fire, it can cause costly damage to your business or even loss of business. Installing fire extinguishing systems in your warehouse will help prevent loss of ownership due to fire. Many irrigation systems are available in the warehouses.
In-Rack Sprinkler System
When a fire starts in a warehouse, it can spread quickly if it is not prevented. A shelving shower system helps stop the spread of fire in a particular shelving storage area. This prevented the fire from spreading to other parts of the building. Rack sprayers have a network of tubes that surround the rack structure and point to a specific area. ESFR sprayers
ESFR (Early Suppression, Fast Response) sprayers for ceiling systems used in warehouses. These systems are designed to suppress a fire by discharging large amounts of water directly into the fire. Rapid response early suppression systems are faster than traditional sprinkler systems and use larger drops of water.
ESFR systems can often be used instead of on-shelf sprinkler systems. The ESFR system usually provides better protection than the rack system. However, there are some restrictions on the use of ESFR systems. ESFR systems do not apply to certain storage configurations or building types.
Source irrigation system
The Quell fire sprinkler system can be used in cold stores and unheated warehouses. It can be used to protect areas with high storability. This system surrounds the protected area and receives a lot of water. The Quell system eliminates the need for rack-mounted fire sprinkler components, giving you more flexibility in storage configurations.