The Ansul R-102 Fire Suppression System

The Ansul R-102 Fire Suppression System is specifically designed to protect areas that are associated with restaurant style ventilation and cooking equipment. High temperature cooking oils, slow-cooling appliances and deep fat fryers are things used every day in commercial kitchens and these can cause a devastating fire within an instant. Therefore, the need to protect staff and consumers from fire and other fire-related dangers is imperative. The Ansul R-102 Fire Suppression System is designed to do just that and uses new fusible link technology, which has been tried and tested to quickly detect fire and save any businesses from being exposed to severe fire damage.

The Ansul R-102 Fire Suppression System automatically monitors for potential risk of fire every single day of year by using detectors, which are installed within the machine’s ductwork. These are designed to quickly suppress any fire within a kitchen. The unique system uses a liquid fire suppressant, which has a low PH and can be cleaned up quickly, as well as being environmentally friendly. The machine is not an eyesore in the kitchen; it has a contemporary design and can be installed fairly easily.

The suppression agent used in the system is sprayed onto fire and forms a solid layer of foam, which reduces the supply of oxygen to the fire and suppresses it within thirty seconds. The commercial kitchen can then quickly be cleaned up and business can continue as normal. Ansul also offers a call out service in order to maintain the system. This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and helps to keep the R-102 in perfect working order.

If you would like to see a video on how the Ansul R-102 works then click here.

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