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If you're concerned about the risk of fire in your kitchen, you may want to consider buying kitchen fire suppression systems. But before installing one, it is important to look at whether this type of system is right for you, and to think about how the installation works to put out fires.

The growth in the use of machinery for all kinds of processes has brought great benefits in terms of productivity, cost savings and efficiency. However, it also brings with it safety risks including those of a machine catching fire, or – in more extreme cases – an explosion. Fitting fire suppression systems is a responsible approach taken by employers who want to ensure the safe operation of factory or agricultural machinery and to reduce fire risks as much as possible.

Once you've made the decision to invest in fire suppression services, the next question is which company to choose as your provider. But how do you choose which company is most likely to be able to fulfil your requirements, now and in the future? As well as considering the technical merits of the different technologies available, you also need to take a good look at the qualities of the companies themselves. Here we suggest seven key things to look for in a fire suppression company:

If vehicles are essential to your business, or if you work in a hazardous environment it is likely that you may be considering installing vehicle fire suppression systems to protect your business from the impact of fire damage.

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Firetrace return to machinery show as demand for reliable automatic fire suppression continues to grow.