Fire suppression systems are very similar to normal extinguishers, with a few exceptions. Firstly, fire suppression systems are pressurized to higher pressure than the typical "portable" extinguisher. This is to ensure that they can put out larger fires, and over a wider area, than a typical extinguisher.
Secondly, they are usually mounted to a certain location, not able to be moved. This is to ensure that special, or highly dangerous, hazards can be covered without endangering the operator of the system. Such hazards include deep fryers, paint booths, and more.
Finally, fire suppression systems typically hold more chemical than the average extinguisher.
Fire suppression systems must be installed by a licensed professional. If you need a suppression system, give us a call today!