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Fire Equipment.

A structural fire doubles in size every 30 seconds so having the right fire equipment installed and ready to use is critical. Having the correct equipment can mean the difference between life and death. Contact SAFE to ensure you have the correct equipment installed and maintained. (LINK)

Fire Extinguishers.

A Fire Extinguisher is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergency situations.

Portable Fire Extinguishers can save lives and property by putting out or containing fires within the capability of the extinguisher. However, they must be of the correct type for the particular fire, and they must be used correctly.

There are a number of types of portable fire extinguishers available in Australia. Each type of extinguisher may be rated for one or more classes of fire. In some cases, particular extinguishers are not only considered ineffective against certain classes of fire, they can be dangerous if used in those circumstances.

Fire extinguishers are installed in accordance with AS 2444 and are maintained on a 6 monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

SAFE can complete this inspection so you don’t need to worry about remembering when your equipment was last checked. All extinguishers are fitted with a barcode and entered onto our asset management system so they are never forgotten. On completion the service tag showing the date tested is marked or stamped.

SAFE can supply & install all types of fire extinguishers in your building ensuring that they are “ready to use” if needed. SAFE can also conduct training on how to use fire equipment. Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements.

Fire Suppression Systems.

Suppression Systems are designed to protect specific, expensive and critical equipment from fire. There are many types of suppression systems and they can be installed anywhere and protect anything. SAFE specialises in most types of suppression and is the Tasmanian distributor of FirePro.

Vehicle/marine fire suppression systems are designed first and foremost to protect human life. Such systems are designed and installed to suppress a fire before it can reach the operator or passenger areas quickly and efficiently. They also can detect and suppress fires before they have a chance to do severe damage to your equipment.

Today’s commercial cooking environments require the use of hotter burning vegetable oils. This, coupled with highly insulated, slow-cooling appliances have increased the difficulty of extinguishing fires in such kitchens. We can design, install & maintain restaurant & commercial cooking fire suppression systems that will prevent & extinguish restaurant fires in these types of cooking environments.

Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements.

Fire Hydrants.

Fire Hydrants provide a suitable water supply for the fire service, when responding to a fire emergency the fire service connect their pump to the water supply to deliver water to their firefighting hoses & nozzles.

Fire hydrants are installed in accordance with AS 2419 and are maintained on a 6 monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

SAFE can complete this inspection so you don’t need to worry about remembering when your equipment was last checked. All hydrants are fitted with a barcode and entered onto our asset management system so they are never forgotten. On completion the service tag showing the date tested is marked or stamped.

SAFE can supply & repair all types of fire hydrants on your site ensuring that they are “ready to use” if needed. SAFE can also conduct training on how to use fire equipment. Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements.

Fire Blankets.

Fire blankets are ideal for residential and commercial settings where small Class F (fires involving Cooking oil) fires are a risk. A fire blanket cuts off a fire’s supply of oxygen, smothering it either permanently or until more effective firefighting equipment can be employed.

In a residential setting, a fire blanket should be located in the kitchen to assist with fires on the stove. In commercial situations, a fire blanket should be kept wherever oils or fats are exposed to potential ignition.

Fire blankets are installed in accordance with AS 2444 and are maintained on a 6 monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

SAFE can complete this inspection so you don’t need to worry about remembering when your equipment was last checked. All fire blankets are fitted with a barcode and entered onto our asset management system so they are never forgotten. On completion the service tag showing the date tested is marked or stamped.

SAFE can supply & install all types of fire blankets in your building ensuring that they are “ready to use” if needed. SAFE can also conduct training on how to use fire equipment. Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements.

Fire Hose Reels.

Fire hose reels provide an accessible and controlled supply of water to combat a potential Class A (Wood, paper, textiles etc…) fire risk. Various types of reels are available to meet specific needs.

Fire hose reels are installed in accordance with AS 2419 and are maintained on a 6 monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

SAFE can complete this inspection so you don’t need to worry about remembering when your equipment was last checked. All hose reels are fitted with a barcode and entered onto our asset management system so they are never forgotten. On completion the service tag showing the date tested is marked or stamped.

SAFE can supply & repair all types of fire hose reels in your building ensuring that they are “ready to use” if needed. SAFE can also conduct training on how to use fire equipment. Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements.

Fire Sprinklers.

Automatic fire sprinkler systems are widely regarded as the most effective method of controlling fires caused by a broad range of hazards through all types of industries.

Sprinkler systems can automatically detect a fire, transmit an alarm, control the fire and extinguish or prevent the spread of fire throughout a building or onto another building.

Fire sprinklers are installed in accordance with AS 2118 and are maintained on a monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

SAFE can service and maintain all types of fire sprinklers in your building ensuring that they are in working condition if needed.

Please contact us for further information or an obligation free quotation.

Fire Detection.

The early warning of fire is critical to minimising the risk to your staff and reducing the potential damage suffered by your business.

There are many types and brands of fire panels installed throughout Tasmania. SAFE is licensed to Install and maintain all types of fire detection systems no matter how they need to be configured to meet your specific workplace requirements.

Fire detection systems are installed in accordance with AS 1670 and are maintained on a monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

Please contact us for further information or an obligation free quotation.

Fire Evacuation Systems.

Evacuation systems are designed to alert occupants of a building to evacuate under emergency conditions. These systems are normally linked to a detection or sprinkler systems and raise an audible & visual alarm.

Evacuation systems can incorporate WIP (Warden Intercommunication Point) phones to enable the wardens to coordinate a successful evacuation.

These systems are installed in accordance with AS 1670 and are maintained on a monthly basis in accordance with AS 1851.

SAFE can install, service and maintain all types of fire evacuation systems in your building ensuring that they are in working condition if needed.

Please contact us for further information or an obligation free quotation.