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Amsco Automatic Sprinkler Systems

Amsco Fire specialise in the design & installation of Domestic and Residential Sprinkler Systems for properties ranging from loft conversions, houses and flats to hospitals, care homes and listed buildings etc.

Concealed Sprinkler Systems are becoming more and more popular in the UK. It is the best life safety system available - in fact - the equivalent to having a fireman in each room of your property 24 hours a day! Unlike smoke detector systems which can only warn about fire - Sprinkler Systems will not only warn but will also suppress or extinguish a fire. There has never been a fire death in a home fully protected by a sprinkler system worldwide.

   
 
 

There are two main types of sprinkler systems -

  • The standard system using a dedicated water main or pump and tank.

  • The latest technology 'Low Flow' pressurised mist system which has the huge advantage of being able to more effectively extinguish a fire using less water which, in turn, means needing less water storage and subsequently means less potential water damage.

     
               
   
 
Demonstration held in partnership with Kent Fire & Rescue of an Amsco 'Guardian' Sprinkler System which shows how quickly a fire takes hold. The second part of the video shows how quickly the fire is extinguished using the Amsco Sprinkler System
    Facts about Fire Losses

On average, 600 lives are lost in fires and over 18,000 people are seriously injured each year in the UK. Most fire deaths occur in the home and they happen before the Fire Brigade even arrive  - the average response time in the UK is currently 6.5 minutes.

Sprinkler systems use less water than the Fire Service, therefore wasting less of this vital resource.  The installation of sprinkler systems could save up to 96% of the 5.6 billion litres of water used to fight fires. Also sprinkler systems are environmentally friendly; by extinguishing the fire quickly, they help prevent dangerous toxins reaching the atmosphere.

     
               
Amsco Fire Ltd 11 Murray Street London NW1 9RE Registration N0: 7463116 Place of Registration: England & Wales VAT N0 106 4899 95
Telephone: 01424 813131 Email:
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Low Flow Mist Sprinkler Systems - Automatic Sprinkler Systems - Sprinkler Systems - Low Flow Mist Systems - Amsco Fire specialise in the design & installation of Domestic and Residential Sprinkler Systems for properties ranging from loft conversions, houses and flats to hospitals, care homes and listed buildings etc. Concealed Sprinkler Systems are becoming more and more popular in the UK. It is the best life safety system available - in fact - the equivalent to having a fireman in each room of your property 24 hours a day! Unlike smoke detector systems which can only warn about fire - Sprinkler Systems will not only warn but will also suppress or extinguish a fire. There has never been a fire death in a home fully protected by a sprinkler system worldwide. There are two main types of sprinkler systems - The standard system using a dedicated water main or pump and tank. The latest technology 'Low Flow' pressurised mist system which has the huge advantage of being able to more effectively extinguish a fire using less water which, in turn, means needing less water storage and subsequently means less potential water damage.Free Consultancy Designs, Surveys & Site Meetings. Dealing with Building Control / Water Authorities, Fire & Rescue Services. We also offer free CPD Presentations and Demonstrations with Fire & Rescue Services. Free Design As part of our design package we offer; CAD designs Hydraulic Calculations Advising on the best Sprinkler System for your particular property. providing specification, marked up drawings and data in a pack ready for the AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) - i.e. Authority Building Control, Approved Building Inspector and the Fire Safety Officer.