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Kitchen Hood Suppression Systems

Kitchen Hoods
Fire Prevention is our #1 priority
Inspection & Maintenance
New Construction & Remodel

Kitchen Hoods Inspection & Maintenance

Leave your kitchen suppression system worries up to us

Kitchen Hoods

Performing your semi-annual inspections

FPS is here to take the maintenance burden off your plate so you can worry about the things that matter when it comes to your life & your business. We make sure the system is installed in accordance with MFG UL listing. We then make sure the kitchen appliances are covered properly by the suppression system. Then we continue on by checking cartridge weight, inspecting all cylinders, and testing proper operation for the remote pull station, which is accessible in the event the system does not automatically engage.

Kitchen Hoods
Our Process

01

We provide general semi-annual inspections, where we make sure your suppression system is set up to work properly in case of a fire.

02

Performing a heat test when cooking appliances are operational to ensure we are placing the correct links at the correct temperature to avoid accidental discharge.

03

Advising the customer on how to maintain the suppression system in between our inspections and answering of any further questions you may have.

Kitchen Hood Suppression Systems New Construction & Remodel

We want you to be worry-free so you can cook in complete safety

Kitchen Hoods Suppression Systems

The safest hood suppression systems available

Once you have your appliance layout, FPS is here to help you by surveying your proposed food service plans. From that point, we go through the design process, bringing you along for every step of the way. Throughout this whole time, we are working hand-in-hand with your general contractor and/or building owner to ensure your potential hazards are properly protected. During this time we are also scheduling & coordinating with other trades on the job site.

Kitchen Hood Suppression Systems
Our Process

01

Understanding the layout when designing your Kitchen and the fire suppression needs that come with that layout.

02

Identifying and selecting the proper suppression system for your appliance’s potential hazards.

03

Ensuring the system is tied into the fire alarm system or an independant horn strobe.