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Fire Sprinkler Service is our Speciality.

Looking for fire sprinkler maintenance, inspections, service and repairs for your commercial and residential systems? As the experts in fire protection, we’re licensed and certified to ensure that commercial and residential systems meet the highest standards for safety and efficacy.

Don't have a fire sprinkler system
in place or need to replace an outdated system?

We provide in-house AutoCAD fire sprinkler system design and installation, as well as corrosion management.

We’re certified and licensed in in-house fire sprinkler system design and fire sprinkler installation. Using AutoCAD fire sprinkler system design software, we’ll create a custom fire sprinkler solution for your property.

Fire sprinkler hazard classification is a must before beginning an AutoCAD fire sprinkler system design. Before our in-house fire sprinkler system design, we’ll evaluate a variety of the building’s features to decide how many sprinklers are needed, what the water supply should look like, how many fire pumps are necessary, and more.

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Fire Sprinkler Repair & Service

Our fire protection service starts with a complete on-site fire sprinkler service inspection, design with blueprints, installation, and certification. We also repair and replace existing systems. We are skilled at fire sprinkler inspection, repair and corrosion management, and will repair or replace any defective parts on an existing system.

Wet Pipe Sprinkler System

The piping in wet pipe sprinkler systems is always filled with water. In the event of a fire, the temperature around the sprinkler head rises and breaks a glass bulb or fusible link. Then, water flows out. Only the sprinkler heads necessary will activate this way, which keeps water damage to a minimum.

Wet pipe sprinklers are the most common, because they’re the most reliable and cost effective. However, they’re not appropriate in every situation. If there is a chance the water in the pipes will be exposed to freezing temperatures, an alternative should be chosen.

Dry Pipe Sprinkler System

Dry pipe sprinkler systems are activated in the same way as wet pipe sprinkler systems. However, the pipes are not constantly filled with water. Instead, a dry pipe valve holds the water back until it is needed. When the sprinkler head opens, air is released and the drop in pressure opens the dry pipe valve. Then, water fills the system and flows out of the sprinkler head.

The size of dry pipe sprinkler systems is limited, to keep the time it takes for water to flow out at a minimum. However, they are ideal for areas that are not temperature-regulated, such as attics, because they are not as vulnerable to water freezing in the sprinkler pipe.

Deluge Sprinkler System

Deluge fire sprinkler systems are not activated directly by higher air temperatures, like dry pipe and wet pipe systems. The system is empty of water until a separate detection system - such as a smoke detection system - is engaged, opening the deluge valve and filling the pipes.

In a deluge sprinkler system, the sprinkler heads are open. This means that nothing on the sprinkler head must be broken for water to flow freely. Once the water fills the pipes, all of the open sprinkler heads in the deluge sprinkler system will activate at once. Deluge sprinkler systems are ideal for high fire hazard areas.

Water Mist Fire Sprinkler

There are a variety of types of water mist sprinkler systems. They share many similarities to dry pipe sprinklers and wet pipe sprinklers, but water mist sprinklers use a very fine spray to control, suppress, or extinguish fires. This means they use less water to cover a larger area.

The droplets they release are about ⅕ the size of the droplets released by wet and dry pipe systems. These tiny droplets of water quickly turn to steam once they meet the hot air, absorbing the fire’s heat and displacing the oxygen that fuels it. They are often used as an alternative option to gaseous or chemical fire extinguishing

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Peace of mind.

We provide in-house AutoCAD fire sprinkler system design and installation, as well as corrosion management.

We’re certified and licensed in in-house fire sprinkler system design and fire sprinkler installation. Using AutoCAD fire sprinkler system design software, we’ll create a custom fire sprinkler solution for your property.

Fire sprinkler hazard classification is a must before beginning an AutoCAD fire sprinkler system design. Before our in-house fire sprinkler system design, we’ll evaluate a variety of the building’s features to decide how many sprinklers are needed, what the water supply should look like, how many fire pumps are necessary, and more.

Our experienced technicians are available to help you with repair, inspection, design, and installation of fire sprinkler system.

As Southern California’s most trusted fire protection company, we offer more than fire sprinkler service. We’re proud to offer fire sprinkler system design, installation, testing, repair, maintenance and certification.

Fire extinguisher service, industrial and residential fire protection services, and fire pump installation are also available throughout Palm Springs, CA, and Southern California. If you require the Los Angeles Regulation 4 testing in any area, please give us a call. We are certified in most fire protection disciplines.

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