Special hazards are defined as any area that contains equipment that meets one of the three following criteria:
- Equipment or processes of exceptionally high value
- Unique or irreplaceable assets
- Where the revenue produced by equipment is higher than its actual value
Special hazards span across all industries and property types. A special hazard can also be characterized as a single building, a designated room or even just one piece of equipment. These types of areas are challenging when it comes to fire prevention. An everyday smoke alarm and sprinkler system is not an appropriate way to protect these areas. The goal is to minimize damage as much as possible, while also helping to save money from costly repairs and downtime.
Special hazard systems are often specifically engineered for a space to quickly detect a fire or high heat condition, provide early notice for evacuation, suppress fires using clean agents, and limit the loss of assets, data or important equipment.
Just some of the services RTF Fire Protection provides include:
- Customized fire suppression system
- 24-hour emergency services
- Testing, servicing, and inspections of special hazard systems
- And more
Installing high value special hazard fire protection systems involves an extremely specific skillset. RTF Fire Protection is your partner in keeping your protecting your expensive equipment while also helping to mitigate any potential business interruption from fire.
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