Fire Suppression Systems

Quality and reliable fire suppression systems

STF Solutions Ltd offer a wide range of suppression systems to suit all requirements. Here are examples of the type of suppression systems we can offer providing a full comprehensive service from design, installation and maintenance including refills and Hydrostatic DTR testing, complying with all the relevant standards and regulations.

Types of Fire Suppression System

Inert gas fire suppression systems 
No mixing, no agent breakdown, low-cost refills and a genuine green alternative.

CO2 fire suppression
Suitable for switch rooms, non-sealed point suppression, electrical equipment and flammable liquids.

Water mist fire suppression
For low installation and maintenance cost. Can be used to extinguish paper, plastics and other class A solid fuels. In addition, new advances in water mist nozzle technology permit this type of suppression agent to be utilized in areas where once only suppression gases could be used.

Smoke Detection for fire suppression systems

STF Solutions provide fire detection and fire suppression systems, to ensure the earliest warning and fast destruction against the outbreak of a fire in a variety of industry’s. Discover the right fire detection system for you, including bespoke fire suppression system warning alarms, and have the installation and maintenance taken care of with STF Solutions.


Health and Safety with STF

STF Solutions Ltd can design, install and maintain a range of Cooker Hood Suppression systems to suit your needs. We specialise in all aspects of fire safety, designing and installing fire alarm systems.

If you’d like to find out more about the work that we do, then fill in our online contact form below and arrange a call back at your request, otherwise speak to a member of our team directly on 01254 650190 today.

STF Solutions FAQs

Whilst STF Solutions have made every effort to ensure that all our information is available through our website, we understand that you might not find everything you need. Take a look at our most frequently asked questions below. If you still can’t find the answer to your query, then make sure you get in touch with our expert team who are happy to help you with any question you may have. Call us on 01254 650190, or alternatively contact us online and a member of staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

What is fire suppression?

Fire suppression systems are used to extinguish fire in a building. They use a combination of dry chemicals or wet agents to stop fire from spreading.

What are the different types of fire suppression systems?

STF Solutions offer three different types of fire suppression systems; inert gases, Co2 and water mist. Gas systems have a chemical reaction with the fire and extinguishes it. A Co2 system removes the oxygen from a fire by cooling and suffocating it with a blanket of gas. In a water mist system, the water is drawn into the heat creating a cooling effect, which supresses the fire.

What gas is used in fire suppression systems?

An inert gas fire suppression system uses one or more of the gasses nitrogen, argon, helium or Co2.

How much does a fire suppression system cost?

The price of a fire suppression system varies based on the size and type of the system you need installed.

How do I turn off fire suppression?

Locate the control panel of the suppression system and select the disable button to disarm the system for a limited amount of time. If you need more time than the disable button gives you, you can disable the system manually.
If you have a suppression system which involves water mist, locate the water valve and turn it off.
If your system uses a fire suppressant liquid, find the suppressant liquid holding tank and disable from the shut-off valve.

What is a clean agent fire suppression system?

Gas used for fire suppression is also called clean agent fire suppression. This describes the use of inert gases and chemical agents to extinguish a fire.

Which fire suppression agent to use?

This depends upon the nature of what is being protected, whether that’s electronic equipment, paper archives or people, and the location and space available for the suppression system. You will also need to take into account the financial cost, if the event of a fire does occur.

Fire Suppression System Enquiries