Fire Protection System

We offers a wide variety of fire protection systems, ensuring that we will be able to provide the highest quality of protection for any facility. Our sales consultants and project managers work closely with clients to provide detailed explanations for each type of fire protection system available and the benefits of choosing a particular system type. We will help you choose the fire protection system that best fits your needs for simplicity, reliability, and ease of maintenance.

Each fire protection system, for both new construction and existing buildings, is custom designed to meet all applicable codes, time, and budgetary guidelines dictated by the client as well as local and national regulations. Many of our protection systems are available with specialized features, such as concealed sprinkler heads, pre-action systems, and a variety of materials.

Types of Fire Sprinkler Systems and Components

Macro Technology is the expert in the design and installation of all makes and models of fire sprinkler equipment. Our team of trained technicians can keep you in compliance through our testing and inspection services, and are available for 24/7 emergency service to keep your business up and running. We are licensed distributors of some of the leading fire sprinkler manufacturers, including Tyco, Ferguson, Reliable, Victaulic, and Viking, and can design a system that is right for your facility.

Wet Systems - The simplest, most common method of fire sprinkler systems, wet systems consist of pipes that contain pressurized water that is deployed when fire or high temperatures are detected.

Dry Systems - Pipes are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, rather than water and are often used where system piping will be exposed to freezing temperatures. This air holds a remote valve in a closed position. The remote valve prevents water from entering the pipe until a fire causes a sprinkler head to activate releasing the air, opening the remote valve and delivering water to the activated sprinkler

Fire Pumps - Fire pumps, usually powered by an electric, or diesel source, and drawing water from a public or private water supply, are used properly feed a sprinkler system when water pressure is not adequate.

Sprinkler Heads - A key component to ensure effective heat detection and the release of water once a fire has been detected, it is important to ensure all sprinkler heads remain functional and compliant.

Standpipes - This series of pipes connect to fire hose stations located throughout a building, allowing fire firefighters to access the water supply in the event of an emergency.

Deluge Systems - Used in highly hazardous areas such power plants and processing facilities, deluge systems deploy water with a rapid, heavy response to extinguish fires.

Pre-Action System - A two-step system that first identifies smoke, fire, or heat, pre-action systems then activate a pre-action valve that releases water flow onto the affected area. This two-step system is used in sensitive areas where water damage could be costly. We also offers: Jockey pumps, fire hydrants, foam systems, and backflow preventers.