"When it comes to kitchen hood fire suppression, we design hazard-specific wet chemical fire suppression systems to meet your needs and our factory trained technicians give you additional support by installing, upgrading, repairing and maintaining them on a consistent basis.”
Kitchen fire suppression systems work by reducing fires with a wet chemical. The chemical used depends on the manufacturer; However, it's usually a potassium-based chemical. The chemical becomes a foam blanket under the hood which traps combustible vapors and prevents the fire from feeding on more oxygen. Another popular system on the market uses a wet chemical and water which keeps forming the foam blanket and cools the cooking equipment much faster.
ANSUL fire suppression systems are commonly used in diners, fast food chains, food courts, sports complexes, cafeterias, convenience stores, hotels, gourmet restaurants and other food service establishments.