Impact Fire is equipped to handle all your special hazard suppression systems. High value asset protection is the cornerstone of our business model. Our engineered systems include clean agent, foam, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, and water mist systems. Whether you operate a data center, restaurant kitchen, a power plant, chemical storage or processing facility, or a server farm, Impact Fire provides 24/7 service combined with the latest technology to ensure your facilities are operating safely and within fire code. We have skilled and responsive technicians that provide a wide range of services, including installation, emergency system repairs, semi-annual inspections, and retrofit.
Our special hazards experts have decades of experience designing and installing the most sophisticated systems for the most demanding environments. Our technicians are factory trained, experienced across all regulatory requirements, and certified. We will manage the design and installation from start to finish ensuring your facility is in the best hands.
Impact Fire will inspect and maintain your fire suppression systems at your locations by our qualified technicians on a semi-annual or annual basis per the manufacturer’s manual and NFPA 12, 17, 72 and 2001 as well as any state and local codes. Once we have identified the inspection due date, all information concerning the location will be uploaded into our state-of-the-art information and dispatch system to ensure that our inspections will always be on time.
Our Service Areas
Our Impact Fire technicians can service areas such as:
- Heavy industrial facilities
- Computer rooms
- CT scan or MRI rooms
- Telecommunications centers
- Manufacturing facilities
- Storage vaults
- Museums and libraries
- Gas stations
Types of Fire Suppression Systems
Clean Agent Suppression System
Clean Agent systems utilize gases that are safe for humans and the environment. These systems are ideal for all occupied spaces that hold valuables.
Sustainable HFC alternative fire suppression fluid that works quickly, cleanly, and efficiently to help stop a fire before it starts. An environmentally acceptable, people compatible, clean agent for vital facilities with a wide range of applications.
Developed as a Halon replacement, FM-200® for clean agent fire protection where water is not an option. Suppresses fires quickly, reduces damage, and saves on floor space. Leaves no residue and doesn’t require costly cleanup.
Inert gas suppression system that rapidly extinguishes fire while providing a safe environment for people by decreasing cardiac distress and maintaining mental performance in low oxygen levels. Zero Ozone Depletion Potential and Zero Global Warming Potential.
FireTrace Systems provide cost-effective, stand-alone, automatic fire suppression for your critical production equipment, electrical enclosures, and various micro-equipment enclosures.
Foam systems rapidly secure flammable liquid fires. When protection is needed in flammable aircraft storage and process areas, foam systems offer many advantages over conventional water-based systems.
CO2 Suppression System
The original “clean” agent, carbon dioxide suppresses fire without leaving behind any agent residue to damage sensitive equipment. Because there is no agent to clean up, you’re back in business faster. High pressure and low-pressure CO2 systems can be customized to protect anything from large rooms to a specific piece of equipment with systems that range in size from 50 pounds to 60 tons. To provide the most economical system arrangement without sacrificing performance, we offer both high and low-pressure systems, from Kidde Fire Systems and Ansul.
STAT-X Aerosol Suppression System
Aerosol fire suppressant is a potassium-based aerosol that suppresses fire by chemically interfering with the free radicals of flame. These systems are great for protecting small enclosures.
Impact Fire offers a full line of special hazard fire protection products, including fire suppression/detection systems, extinguishing agents, and portable fire extinguishers
CO2 Maintenance Schedule Per NFPA 12
Every 6 Months
- Verification of CO2 cylinder weight and pressure
- Testing of all CO2 control panel, including initiating devices and equipment as required by NFPA 12 Standard on CO2 Fire Suppression Systems
Every 5 Years
- Hydrostatic Test if cylinders holding agent have been previously emptied
Every 12 Years
- 12-year Hydrostatic Test if cylinders have never been emptied or system has never discharged
Clean Agent Maintenance Schedule Per NFPA 2001
Every 6 Months
- Semiannual verification of clean agent cylinder weight
- Testing of all clean agent system control panel equipment, including initiating devices and equipment
- Room integrity testing
Every 5 Years
- Inspection of containers, reducing likelihood of need to hydrostatic test
Semi-annual Inspection process for Kitchen Hood System
- Check the hazard area to determine if any changes have been made
- Check to determine if the tamper indicators are in place the systems have not been tampered with
- Inspection of the entire system for mechanical damage
- Disconnection of the control head or pneumatic tubing from the agent cylinders
- Removal of the cartridge from the control head and exercising the control head to ensure that it is functioning properly
- Check that the remote pull station is operating properly
- Visual inspection to determine that there is no damage to the detector or build-up of foreign debris
- Reinstallation of the cartridge and replacement of the control head cover and tamper indicator
- Inspection of the cylinder pressure. Light gauge tap to ensure that the needle is moving freely and has the correct operating pressure
- Determine if the nozzle blow-off caps are intact and undamaged and replace if necessary
- Detailed inspection report identifying that the system is in compliance and operational
- Affixing of a weather protected tag with a wire to the system identifying all required items per NFPA 17 and state and local codes
ANNUAL INSPECTION PROCESS FOR KITCHEN HOOD SYSTEM
- Inspect as per the six-month maintenance instructions above
- An operational/functional test of the detection system in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
- Disconnection of the discharge piping from the agent cylinder
- Use of compressed air or dry nitrogen to blow out the discharge piping and replace all nozzle caps
- Removal of the cylinder to verify the fill weight
- Documentation of findings
INSPECTION PROCESS FOR CLEAN AGENT AND CO2
- Check of all initiating devices and verification of time delays for system discharge
- Ensure releasing device activates properly
- Verification of abort device and manual release functionality
- Check of weight and/or pressure of agent containers
- Verification of the orientation of all discharge, pipe fittings and nozzles
- Performance of enclosure integrity test
- Check of batteries and signal
- Verification of as-built drawings and flow calculations