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Ansul

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Ansul’s R-102 kitchen fire suppression system, the top choice of businesses worldwide, is designed to protect cooking equipment from the risk of fire. By detecting and suppressing fires within the canopy, the system can protect equipment, hoods, ducts, plenums and auxiliary grease extraction devices.

 

The R-102 fire suppression system is certified to UL 300: the only standard that demands performance testing across multiple appliances. The R-102 system incorporates a flexible design with an extremely effective ANSULEX Low pH Liquid Agent - ANSULEX quickly knocks down flames and cools hot surfaces, while generating a tough vapor securing blanket that helps prevent re-flash.

 

As a proud authorised distributor, we install and service Ansul R-102 suppression systems in locations throughout the UK. Any installation comes with a manufacturer’s five-year warranty and can be altered and repaired by our engineers. If you require maintenance on your fire suppression system, or you are interested in finding out more, contact us today and we’ll be glad to help keep your business safe.

 

When an Ansul R-102 Suppression system is installed, it will immediately offer protection to staff, premises and equipment. The Ansul R-102 system uses fusible link technology to quickly detect a fire, whilst also simultaneously interfacing with gas valve/electrical supply. After 6 months, a bi-annual service will be required. This ensures you are meeting the system requirements and, subsequently, ensures you are conforming to your insurance providers requirements. In addition, we offer 24/7 call outs to keep your system in optimum working order and to keep your business safe and running.

 

Once the system reaches 10 years old, it must be given an overhaul. This is a specific requirement to comply with British standards. If this requirement is not satisfied, the system may not work when required to do so or, even worse, cause an injury to someone when the system is fired.