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July 10, 2019

Why Wind Turbines Catch Fire

When it comes to wind turbines, a commonly asked question is, why do they catch on fire? There are several reasons including lighting strikes, electrical and mechanical failures, age of turbine, and human error. While not all hazards are preventable, you can put safeguards in place to minimize the damage.

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June 27, 2019

Eight Important Fireworks Safety Tips

While fireworks can be fun for the whole family to watch, fireworks do pose certain dangers. From injuries to starting fires, you must be cautious when lighting your own fireworks displays. Read some tips to keep you and your family safe.

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June 19, 2019

The Search for an Effective Halon Replacement

Halon was the choice to use back in the 1980s when sprinkler systems were not an option to protect critical assets due to the damage they would cause. When researchers discovered that halon was harmful to the ozone layer, the agent was ultimately banned in 1994. This left the fire suppression industry needing to find an adequate replacement.

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June 13, 2019

What is a Fire Protection System?

The consequences of not investing in proper fire protection can be devastating to business owners. A fire can spread quickly, destroying valuable equipment, inventory, and infrastructure as well as putting lives at risk

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June 7, 2019

Defining Different Types of Fire Suppression Systems

A fire suppression system’s job is to detect and suppress a fire. With a variety of fire suppression systems available, the system selected should be based on a number of factors including the application and the type of fire hazard.

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May 30, 2019

The Basics of Fire Suppression Systems Installation

Understanding your fire hazards, the type of equipment or area the system will protect, and what type of suppression agent is best suited for your application are key factors for designing and installing a fire suppression system to meet your unique needs.

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May 21, 2019

What are Differences Between Active and Passive Fire Protection?

With 70 percent of businesses never reopening or failing within three years of a major fire, it is crucial for businesses to have proper fire protection in place. Active and passive fire protection work together to prevent the spread and suppress fires allowing people to evacuate quickly while minimizing damage.

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May 14, 2019

What is an Electric Arc?

Arc flashes can happen anywhere there is electrical current flowing and are the leading cause of fires in electrical panels. While not all electrical arc faults can be prevented, electrical panels can be protected from fire with automatic fire suppression to minimize damage and downtime.

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May 8, 2019

Understanding Automatic Fire Suppression Systems

With fires occurring in structures every 63 seconds in the U.S., it is important to understand your fire risks. For businesses with a higher risk of fire, it is crucial to determine the best fire suppression system to minimize risk, protect critical equipment, and keep employees safe.

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April 22, 2019

Exploring the Benefits of Clean Agents

As we celebrate Earth Day, you may be wondering about the environmental and health impacts of the various chemical suppression agents used in automatic fire suppression systems. Clean agents provide a range of benefits while protecting your critical assets.

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March 22, 2019

EDM and CNC Machine Fire Protection: Comparing Your Options

Machine shops lose around $50 billion annually due to unplanned downtime and delays. Putting in place proper fire suppression equipment in your machine shop can prevent lengthy delays, expensive repairs, and decrease risks in your shop and your business.

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March 14, 2019

Why Fires Start in CNC Machines

To make sure you’re running the safest and most profitable business, you can assess your current risk of fire and learn how to implement proper protection measures to maximize success. Fire suppression systems installed on CNC machines protect machines, employees, and the surrounding manufacturing area.

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