Life Safety: Fire Sprinklers Go Beyond Mere Detection | #ESC_LLC #Fire #Sprinkler #SprinklerSaves | It’s not everyday you have a potentially devastating fire at your business facility, but when you do, it’s nice to know ahead of time that there’s a working, well-maintained fire sprinkler system in place to stop it from getting out of control.
The fact is, detecting a fire (fire detection) is all about saving lives by evacuating them from a building once it’s ablaze, but fire sprinkler systems is all about life safety and property protection.
“If you’re thinking about installing one, Electronic Systems Consultants (ESC) is a great place to begin. After a site survey, we can advise you on the type of fire sprinkler needed as well as the cost and other details,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “To discuss your need with an ESC fire sprinkler expert, call 614-754-1393, email ESC@tpromo.com, or use the handy contact form at the end of this blog post. Thank you!”
The following are short news items with referring links that prove without a doubt that fire sprinklers are worth the cost and trouble involved to install them.
#Fire on Sunday damages Minot #apartment | #ESC_LLC #SprinklerSaves | A northwest Minot apartment complex suffered water damage Sunday on all three floors after a stove top fire in a third floor unit caused by overheated cooking grease, according to a press release from the city of Minot. Firefighters responded but found the building’s sprinkler system extinguished the fire. (click here)
Electrical #fire damages part of Southern #University building; some classes cancelled | #ESC_LLC #School | The university said the fire started around 1 a.m. in a second-floor office at the nursing school building. The flames caused sprinklers to activate and extinguish them before fire crews arrived. (click here)
Fire sprinkler system prevents major damage at ML business | #ESC_LLC #SprinklerSaves #FireCode #Fire | “The fire had been contained to the vehicle through the proper operation of the fire sprinkler system. Two sprinkler heads opened and suppressed the fire until firefighters could access the seat of the fire and fully extinguish it using fire hose hand lines.” Read about it: (click here)
For help in selecting the right fire sprinkler system for your application, call us at 614-754-1393, email ESC@tpromo.com, or use the handy contact form below: