Spray Paint Booth Systems
Spray Paint Booth Systems
Patriot Fire provides total fire system expertise for all of your paint booth fire suppression needs. We are experts at designing dry chemical fire systems for Spray Paint Booth Systems. Using detailed CAD drawings, our technicians will efficiently install your paint booth fire system while meeting all associated fire safety codes. Our in-house paint booth fire suppression system experts bring together all the elements you need for fully integrated fire protection system in your commercial paint spray booth. When you run a chaotic auto collision repair center the survival of your business depends on the ability of your paint spray booth fire suppression system to quickly detect and suppress fires. Between the fumes, the heat and the fast paced working environment, paint spray booth fires can be extremely volatile. Therefore, without a reliable paint booth fire suppression system, any fire can potentially destroy your business. Don’t gamble with the safety of your collision repair center, your employees and your guests. Call Patriot Fire today if you need us to install, inspect or service your paint booth fire system.
The Paint Booth Fire Suppression System Installation Process
Design and CAD Drawings
Plans, Permits and Approvals
Installation of a complete pre-engineered dry chemical fire suppression system
Electrical Control Interlocks
On-Site Coordination and Installation
Test and Balance and Final Inspection
The Paint Booth Fire Suppression System Inspection Process
Visual inspection of conduit and location all nozzles.
Inspection of link line and position of detectors.
Inspect the automatic actuation of the fire system by cutting a terminal test link.
Test the remote pull station.
Verify exhaust functions properly when the system is activated.
Replace fusible links and center link housings.
Verify the gauge on pressurized tanks is at the proper level.
Internal inspection of non pressurized tanks for corrosion.
Examine cylinders to record and verify the hydro test date.
Examine the regulator to record and verify the test dates.
Replace system cartridges when required by manufacturer. (For an additional charge)
Remove and clean nozzles to insure they are not clogged. Replace nozzle caps.
Test all electrical interlocks (Electric shut-offs and fan interlock requirements vary by the local authority having jurisdiction).
Inspect the piping and copper tubing for tightness.
Record any obvious deficiencies discovered during the inspection.
DRY CHEMICAL SYSTEMS FOR SPRAY BOOTHS AND INDUSTRIAL HAZARDS
Dry chemical industrial fire suppression systems have been pre-engineered for superior fire protection for industrial hazards like paint spray booths, dip tanks, hazardous material and flammable liquid storage buildings, and paint lockers. Designed for flexibility and economy, the system features mechanical or electrical detection, total flooding or local application methods, two extinguishing agent options, and multiple tank capacities for Class A, B, and C fire hazards in a wide variety of industrial configurations.
ANSUL I-101™ & PYRO-CHEM MONARCH INDUSTRIAL FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
The Ansul I-101™ & Pyro-Chem Monarch Industrial Fire Suppression Systems have been pre-engineered for superior fire protection for industrial hazards like paint spray booths, dip tanks, hazardous material and flammable liquid storage buildings, and paint lockers. Designed for flexibility and economy, the system features mechanical or electrical detection, total flooding or local application methods, two extinguishing agent options, and multiple tank capacities for Class A, B, and C fire hazards in a wide variety of industrial configurations.
AMEREX AUTOMATIC INDUSTRIAL DRY CHEMICAL SYSTEM
The Amerex “IS” system uses our exclusive ABC (Model 555) dry chemical. ABC dry chemical suppresses more fire, by volume, than any other agent, has quick flame “knock-down” and can help to secure Class A fires against re-ignition. Since many hazards involve a variety of fuel sources, our ABC dry chemical, with protection against Class A (wood, paper, pulp), Class B (flammable liquids) and Class C (live electrical equipment) is the agent that is be st suited for most Industrial hazards.
AMEREX VEHICLE FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems may make it easier to obtain insurance and also help you qualify for lower premiums. As the costs of heavy duty vehicles increase, insurance rates escalate accordingly. Many insurance companies have recognized a reduction in claims paid out due to the presence of a fixed vehicle fire suppression system. The Amerex Fire Suppression System will lower your fire risk, which can lower your insurance premiums. The key phrase is “material change of risk.” Ask your insurance agent.
AMEREX SMALL BUS SYSTEM
The Amerex Small Vehicle System (SMVS) is designed specifically for applications involving front engine vehicles such as Para-Transit, Airport Shuttle buses and other small front engine vehicles. The SMVS kit includes all hardware and components required for a complete turn-key Automatic Fire Suppression System. The electronics portion of the system is made up of a Vehicle Operator Display with Manual Release Push Button, a wiring Interface Module, and two Solid State Heat Detectors. The system is continuously supervised by the system panel which can detect and actuate the system even when the vehicle is not in use.
KIDDE FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM 8548 8550 8601
Provide advanced protection in highly hazardous environments with the Kidde Fire Suppression System For Paint Booths 8548, 8550 & 8601. This fire suppression system protects high risk environments along with operations such as in paint booths. With spray paint booths there are various safety features to take care of such as controlling ignition sources to containing vapors that are flammable. It is necessary to protect spray paint booths by an authorized automatic fire suppression system. With this system in place you can effectively suppress sudden fires and thereby prevent extensive damage to property and building.
Vehicle Paint Spray Booths
Open Face Spray Booths
Hazardous Storage Buildings
Flammable Liquid Storage Facilities
Wood Finishing Operations
Automotive Paint Booths
Cross Flow Paint Booths
Industrial Paint Booths
Side Downdraft Paint Booths
Woodworking Spray Booths
Open Face Paint Booths
Truck Paint Booths
Semi Downdraft Paint Booths
Motorcycle Paint Booths
Reverse Flow Paint Booths
Paint Mixing Booths
ETL Listed Paint Booths
Powder Coating Paint Booths