Restaurant/Commercial Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems



When you run a busy restaurant or commercial kitchen in the including your risk of fire is considerably higher than normal businesses. And as commercial kitchens continue to modernize and get more efficient, the fire risk grows. Modern improvements that increase fire risks in commercial kitchens include cooking appliances that heat up faster and cool down more slowly as well as increased use of vegetable-based cooking oils that get much hotter, much faster.

In such a dangerous environment, having a working fire suppression system in your restaurant is crucial to your business’s operations and for the safety of your employees and customers!


We’ve tapped into advances in modern engineering and materials technology to offer effective fire suppression solutions for restaurant and commercial kitchens. In the food service industry, the potential of fire is multiplied when dealing with:

  • Equipment that produces high-efficiency heat sources
  • Flammable oils and greases
  • Power and gas lines
  • The hustle that is common in restaurant kitchens

In the past, kitchen fires were one of the greatest causes of restaurant loss, and they remain a serious threat today. With a properly installed and regularly inspected fire suppression system in your commercial kitchen, you will be able to safely and immediately respond to any fire emergency protecting both life and property within your restaurant.

Kitchen fire suppression systems work by a process called saponification, which essentially turns burning grease and oil into soap, stopping the fire quickly and making it easy to clean up. Besides keeping your space clean, your commercial kitchen fire suppression system is your number one defense against potentially devastating fires.


You need a kitchen fire suppression system that can protect the many hazard areas in your restaurant and perform all the necessary auxiliary functions if a fire strikes. We proudly distribute and offer installation and maintenance services for and will work with you to find the best solution for your restaurant facility and needs.

These fire suppression systems are designed to protect the following areas associated with cooking equipment in a commercial setting:

  • Ventilating equipment including hoods, ducts, plenums, and filters
  • Fryers, griddles, and range tops
  • Upright, natural charcoal, or chain-type broilers
  • Electric, lava rock, mesquite or gas-radiant char-broilers, and woks

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