CHURCHES FIRE DESIGN, MANAGE, INSTALL AND MAINTAIN HIGH-QUALITY SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, PREVENTING LOSS OF PROPERTY AND POTENTIAL LOSS OF LIFE
Quality-assured sprinkler systems that you can trust to keep your building and workforce safe.
Churches Fire are specialists in sprinkler systems. No matter the size or type of building, we design and install sprinkler systems specific to your requirement that will suppress a fire within seconds of it breaking out.
With over two decades of experience in the fire safety sector, Churches Fire are a trusted UK sprinkler system provider, focused on ensuring we uphold the highest standards. You can trust that our sprinkler systems will always be top quality and well maintained.
Our sprinkler systems range from simple installations, supplied by the town’s mains water supply, to a more complex installation using its own fire pumps and water storage tank.
We work closely with our clients to provide bespoke service agreements to suit your individual requirements. From installation to ongoing maintenance and servicing, our highly-trained technicians are on hand every step of the way, ensuring the compliance of your systems.
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What is a sprinkler system?
Sprinkler systems are comprehensive fire suppression method, designed to ensure the protection of both property and life – quickly recognising and suppressing fires.
Sprinkler systems save lives and save properties. They are the most common fire suppression method that can detect a fire, sound the alarm, call the fire brigade and suppress the fire. In most cases, the fire is fully extinguished.
How do sprinklers work?
When exposed to a specified temperature, sprinklers release a jet of water as an even spray. Each sprinkler works independently. Wherever a fire travels, the increased heat activates the nearest sprinkler, fighting the fire as it moves.
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Sprinkler Systems Explained
The key benefits of sprinkler systems include: increased building evacuation timescales, reduced insurance premiums, minimisation of water damage (compared to fire brigade services), and containment or extinguishing of fires within short timescales. Sprinkler systems are typically a fire safety requirement in shopping centres, distribution centres, warehouses, and factories.
Our team have over 25 years of experience designing sprinkler systems for all industry sectors. Using the latest CAD and Full Hydraulic Calculation design systems, our LPC qualified engineers both design and modify systems to the highest codes and standards. We are regularly audited by our third party accreditation organisation, thus maintaining the highest of standards in design, installation and maintenance.
We take pride in all our systems – they are built to last. With our field team providing quality on-going maintenance, you can be sure that they will serve your company for years to come.
Our highly-skilled and experienced technicians around the UK are trained with the perfect skill set to carry out immediate repairs and maintenance on your sprinkler systems, without having to call out an installation team. Our team regularly undergo training to keep up to date with the latest sprinkler rules and technology, meaning that you will never be caught out by new legislation or left without potentially life-saving developments.
Sprinklers can come in many various sizes, temperature ratings and styles. There are specific sprinklers for domestic, industrial, commercial, and institutional situations. We work with you, discussing your design expectations and assessing your building structure to find the perfect products for your safety.
With have in-depth knowledge of the best sprinkler products available and can suggest a wide range of options, from downward facing sprinklers that can be used in false ceilings to sprinklers that are concealed only displaying a subtle disc. Sprinklers can be supplied as a ‘standard response’ or ‘quick response’ to meet requirements of operation.
The following are common types of sprinkler systems:
- Wet: This sprinkler system is under pressure and charged with water at all times. With water being readily available, wet sprinkler systems are quick to react when activated. These are most commonly used in buildings where there is a possibility of the pipes being frozen.
- Dry: Compressed air fills dry systems where there is a possibility of the pipes being frozen. When heat is detected, the air pressure drops and a valve opens to allow water to discharge over the fire.
- Pre-action: Working similarly to dry systems, pre-action pipes are commonly filled with compressed air with water only being released if there is a definite risk of fire, when a smoke or heat detection system has been activated. Pre-action sprinkler systems provide the added defence against accidental water damage in areas such as data centres, archives and libraries or laboratories.
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Our accreditations give clients the assurance that all of our work will be carried out in line with industry standards.
Churches Fire are certified under the Loss Prevention Scheme LPS 1048 Level 3. Under this scheme, it is essential for service suppliers to meet a minimum Level 1, to maintain sprinkler systems that are effective. You can be assured that we excel these requirements and that you will be receiving the very highest, independently assessed service.
We are also proud members of the British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association (BAFSA) that actively promotes the use of sprinklers in properties and the training of apprentices throughout the UK.
Experts in fire safety, you can count on Churches Fire to provide sprinkler systems for your organisation. Contact us today to discuss your individual requirements.GET STARTED
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