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Fire suppression systems in Archives & Museums

Archives contain the most valuable information and material for your office or museum. These items are often irreplaceable and need to be protected against fire. At the same time these items represent a great fire load, stacked closely to each other, often difficult to extinguish.


Traditional water based fire suppression systems can cause irrevocable damage to library and archive collections. Restorations, when possible, can take years at significant costs.


As an all round supplier of fire suppression systems, Fire Suppression Industries offers tailored fire detection and suppression systems for archives and libraries, using non-water-based suppression agents in combination with the latest techniques available. Every fire safety solution offered is carefully reviewed based upon quality, durability, effectiveness, consequential damages, environment, personal safety and costs.

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