Fire Protection and Prevention Services of Vancouver and Greater Vancouver
A Fire sprinkler system consist of pressurized water in a network of piping where sprinkler heads are connected to it.
Fire alarm systems have an assortment of initiating and notification devices wired to it for detecting a fire and warning people.
A fire pump is an intricate part of a sprinkler system for increasing the flow pressure when needed.
Backflow preventers protect drinking water from contaminated water and are usually connected to a fire sprinkler systems.
A fire hydrant is a piece of equipment that is connected to a reliable water supply for the fire department to use for fighting fires.
Special suppression systems are installed in all types of applications and can consist of powder, gas, chemical or water for extinguishing fires.
An emergency lighting system will illuminate the emergency exits and pathways in the event of a power outage, which is required in all public buildings.
Fire Safety Plans are safety measures that are implemented in buildings during construction and after occupancy to mitigate hazards and to provided vital information to the Fire Department.
A fire extinguisher is a pressurized metal cylinder with a hose/nozzle connected to it that contains a chemical or water used to fight small fires.