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Commercial Kitchen Fire Protection System

Kitchen Fire Suppression System: In today’s bustling restaurant industry, ensuring the safety of your staff, customers, and property is paramount. One area where safety precautions are of utmost importance is the kitchen, which is prone to fire hazards due to the use of high heat, flammable substances, and electrical equipment. To protect your establishment from potentially devastating kitchen fires, it’s crucial to invest in a reliable fire suppression system and equip your staff with appropriate fire extinguishers. In this article, we will explore the ins and outs of Kitchen Fire Suppression System, the importance of Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems, and the best practices for maintaining a safe environment.

About EuroSafe Kitchen Fire Suppression System

Electric and gas-powered kitchen cooking gadgets contain a lot of flammable chemicals and are especially prone to sparking and catching fire.

The Eurosafe Kitchen Fire Suppression System is a pre-engineered, automatic system that protects the kitchen area, including ducts and plenums, as well as all culinary appliances such as deep fat fryers, woks, griddles, salamanders, chain broilers, and more.

This system meets the requirements of small and big kitchens in hotels, restaurants, hospitals, and public organizations. The system can also be constructed for residential premises’ domestic hoods.



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BENEFITS OF Kitchen Fire Suppression System

Straightforward and low-maintenance suppression systems provide efficient protection for kitchens in high-risk fire environments such as hotels, restaurants, and public institutions.

The system safeguards the duct, hood, and cooking equipment areas by utilizing a continuous cable that connects all cooking devices and strategically placed detectors. Each detector consists of four components: detectors, a bracket, two “S” links, and a fusible link.

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Frequently asked questions

Kitchen fire suppression systems are highly effective fire containment systems. Once a fire is detected, the system’s nozzles discharge wet chemicals from above the appliance. The wet chemicals cover the flames and starve the fire.

These hoods are needed to be installed above appliances that emit grease-laden fumes or smoke. They must include both automated and manual activation techniques. Wet chemical extinguishing systems (UL 300) and carbon dioxide extinguishing systems are the most popular.

Oil or grease fires (sometimes known as pan fires) Fires caused by electrical equipment.

A tiny multifunctional Wet Chemical fire extinguisher is ideal for keeping in your kitchen. It will extinguish most forms of fires; however, beware applying it over frying oil. This will enable you to either put out a little fire or help in your escape.