Kidde Fire Suppression Systems in TN, MS & AR
Kidde FM-200, Novec 1230, FE-13 & Kidde Argonite Services
State Systems is proud to be an authorized installer of Kidde® Fire Systems products. Designed and installed to meet the highest industry standards set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Kidde fire protection systems have been protecting life and property for more than 90 years.
Call us today at 901-531-6550 to request an estimate or keep reading to learn more about our fire protection services in TN, MS & AR!
Kidde System Installation
State Systems can install a Kidde fire suppression system in your Mid-South building in order to protect the life and property of your business.
Our certified technicians can determine the best Kidde system for your fire protection needs. Learn more about some of the specific Kidde systems that we specialize in.
If you are located in Tennessee, Mississippi, or Arkansas, contact us online or call us today at 901-531-6550 for an estimate!
Kidde High-Pressure CO2 Fire Suppression System
The Kidde carbon dioxide fire suppression system is an engineered system available in three application configurations:
- Total flooding (for unoccupied areas)
- Local application
- Hand-hose line
The Kidde CO2 fire suppression system includes:
- A detector
- A control unit
- Agent storage cylinders
- Discharge nozzles
How Do Kidde Fire Suppression Systems Work?
With this specialized fire suppression system, gaseous carbon dioxide rapidly suppresses fire by a combination of cooling and oxygen displacement—quickly extinguishing any fire while protecting your valuable equipment that might otherwise be damaged by traditional fire sprinkler systems. Discharge duration and agent flow rates are customized for the individual application and installation in your facility.
Clean agent fire suppression systems that are available with our Kidde systems include:
- Kidde FM-200
- Kidde Novec 1230
- Kidde FE-13
- Kidde Argonite
To learn more about fire protection services in Tennessee, Mississippi, or Arkansas, call State Systems at 901-531-6550!
Kidde WHDR Restaurant System Installation
Kidde has an extensive line of fire suppression systems tailored for commercial kitchens. All systems, which we can install in your restaurant or commercial space, exceed UL 300 and NFPA standards and can be customized for your property.
The Kidde WHDR Wet Chemical System offers 24-hour automatic or manual protection for commercial cooking areas, including:
- Cooking surfaces
- And more
The system’s wet chemical agent is designed for quicker flame knockdown and faster suppression. This Kidde restaurant fire suppression system offers unmatched coverage, with fewer discharge nozzles and flow points, meaning reduced installation time and cost.
Kidde System Inspection & Repair
If you already have a Kidde fire suppression system, you should schedule a regular inspection and know who to call if you need maintenance or repair. It’s important to ensure that your system is operating properly and will be able to quickly suppress a fire from damaging your property and equipment or endangering lives.
State Systems can provide all of those services on existing Kidde systems. Contact us today to schedule an inspection or repair!
Fire Suppression Systems from Kidde in TN, MS & AR
We offer Kidde fire suppression system installation services in these cities and the surrounding areas:
- Arkansas (AR): Blytheville, Forrest City, Helena-West Helena, Jonesboro, Marion, Paragould, and Wynne
- Mississippi (MS): Batesville, Clarksdale, Cleveland, DeSoto County, Greenville, Greenwood, Grenada, Hernando, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Oxford, Senatobia, Southaven, Tunica, and Tupelo
- Tennessee (TN): Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Dyersburg, Fayette County, Germantown, Jackson, Lakeland, Martin, Memphis, Millington, Tipton County, and Union City
To learn more about the Kidde fire suppression system we can install for you, or for a quote, contact us or call 901-531-6550.
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