FIRE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
We sell fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems, alarms, exit signage and more to several commercial industries. We offer the latest technologies and systems and the best product brands.
INSPECTIONS & MAINTENANCE
Fire Control Systems offers inspection, repairs, and installation of fire alarm control equipment and more. Our products and training are up to date with the latest industry standards and local codes.
INSTRUCTION & EDUCATION
Fire Control Systems understands that your company, employees, and possessions are valuable. Our trained technicians are certified to show your company how to operate equipment and practice fire safety at work.
WE ARE A PROUD DISTRIBUTOR OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS
WE FURNISH AND MAINTAIN FIRE SAFETY PRODUCTS FOR LARGE COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
Your first line of defense against those fire hazards are Hand Portable Fire Extinguishers. Fire Extinguishers must be inspected and maintained on an annual basis.
EMERGENCY LIGHTING / SECURITY ALARMS
Fire Control Systems offers inspection, repairs, and installation of exit and emergency lighting and alarms as required by the National Fire Protection Association and Life Safety 101.
KITCHEN SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
Our technicians are certified to design, install, and rountinely service your kitchen suppression system; including recharge and hydrostatic testing of your system bottles.
FIRE SPRINKLERS & BACKFLOW PREVENTION DEVICES
We install, maintain and inspect fire sprinkler and backflow prevention systems. Rely on our team to make sure your system is compliant and fully functional for optimal safety.
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Fire safety training can save lives. It’s as simple as that. Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can mean the termination of jobs since many offices and factories destroyed by fire are never rebuilt. Fire safety training is about making sure everyone knows what to do in case […]
What do you do if you are on the 20th floor of a high-rise building and a fire breaks out? Most high-rise buildings have fire and life safety systems designed to control a fire and lessen the need to evacuate all occupants. High-rise building fire alarm systems are required to have emergency voice communication capability. […]
There’s a fire in the kitchen from burning grease! How are you going to put it out? You grab a fire extinguisher but is it suitable for putting out grease and oil fires? Wet chemical fire extinguishers are designed for putting out fires caused by burning fat, oil and grease commonly found in commercial kitchens. […]
An electrical fire can be difficult to identify which makes them more dangerous and destructive than other types of fires. Knowing how an electrical fire start can help you take actions to prevent them from occurring. Here are the most common causes of electrical fires. Extension cords Always insert plugs directly into the wall when […]
If you have recently used your fire extinguisher to put out a fire, you have two choices: recharge or replace it. So which option is the right one? Let’s look at how to tell which option is best for you. When to Recharge a Fire Extinguisher If the exterior shell and other parts of your […]
When you decide to install a fire alarm system, you should know about the different types on the market. The two main types of fire alarm systems are conventional and addressable. Not certain which one is best for you? Use the following information to help you decide which type will work best in your facility. […]
Fighting fires with the appropriate foam allows firefighters to do their job more effectively, efficiently and safely. The foam acts as a fire suppressant by cooling and coating the fire to prevent contact with oxygen. There are many types of firefighting foams for different types of fires. Class A Foams Class A firefighting foams combine […]
Sprinkler systems are one of the best tools to fight fires. They have been shown to reduce deaths and property loss significantly. Fire sprinklers are activated when a fire occurs and help to minimize property damage. Most building codes require sprinkler systems in new construction and building renovations. But how do they work? Heat Detected […]
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), an estimated number of three million non-fatal workplace illnesses and injuries are being reported every year. To prevent minor workplace injuries from becoming serious, OSHA requires that first aid supplies and responders should be made available to treat injuries occurring in the workplace. All workplaces including […]
From Thanksgiving to Christmas family and friends get together and enjoy holiday traditions. But that also means a greater risk for fire. Here are a few fire safety tips to follow to ensure that the festivities are both happy and safe. Cooking Cooking is a leading cause of holiday fires. It is easy to get […]