When building new facilities, or upgrading out-dated systems, it is often advantageous to consider future needs in your fire protection design. Some things to consider:

  • Design flexibility for market demands and supply-chain factors
  • Take advantage of current market prices
  • Possible changes in building occupancy

Sebench’s experts can design fire protection with the flexibility to adequately cover current occupancy and future expansion.

There are many different types of suppression systems, many suited for special hazards.  Among these are:

  • Clean Agent Systems –  for protecting sensitive electrical equipment
  • Gaseous Agent Systems – for protecting certain chemical hazards
  • Aqueous Foam Forming Systems – for protecting highly flammable hazards
  • Wet Pipe/Dry Pipe – for protecting ordinary hazards
  • Preaction and Deluge – for protecting certain unique hazards