Waterless Fire Protection and Building Codes
Most of the customers Cease Fire works with feel little confidence in their understanding of building codes. Often the person tasked with solving the company's fire suppression riddle has little or no knowledge of building codes and fire suppression and doesn't have the faintest idea where to start. This may be a result of the current business landscape, which often gives people more and more responsibilities with less and less applicable knowledge. In addition to this, many fire suppression companies don't give adequate assistance or information for the questions the customer might have, making the situation even more confusing. At Cease Fire, however, we simplify fire suppression rather than make it more complicated.
Consider Cease Fire your resource for assisting with navigating through the process of evaluating your fire suppression needs while keeping current and informed on building code requirements. Don't rely on sources that provide inadequate or incorrect information on local building codes—Cease Fire has worked in the fire suppression industry since 1986 and is well acquainted with the myriad variables of building codes. We are well versed in the national codes and standards relevant to fire protection published by the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) and the different interpretations on the local levels by AHJ (Authorities Having Jurisdiction), and consider it part of our job to make sure that your building's fire suppression system is customized to fit your fire protection needs in a way that meets and exceeds local building codes.
Trying to navigate the maze of local, city, state, and federal building codes can be a nightmare. Cease Fire dry fire suppression systems solve these difficult challenges for customers simply and easily: we boil down the answer to the problem to its lowest common denominator: the cubic footage of the space and the surfactant desired for this space. If the customer knows the length, width, and height of their space we can help identify which codes apply to them and which ones don't, and then design the best fire suppression system for that space. With the ease of our truly modular fire suppression units, it is simple to come up with a customized solution for your fire suppression needs. If a space is too large for one unit, multiple units can be linked together in a network of units. We help customers determine which fire suppressing agents and units will work best for the space that is to be protected, and when it comes to installation time, the process is simple, requiring no pipes or wiring or messy, invasive remodeling.
Designing and installing the best dry chemical fire suppression system for the protection of your property is much easier than you might think. Just give us a call or send us an email and we'll get a fire protection system in place that will both meet your local building codes and take care of that vulnerable equipment, technology, or documents that your company can't afford to lose. With Cease Fire, fire suppression couldn't be simpler.