Do you have an FM-200 fire suppression system installed in your Houston, Texas building? If so, you probably already know how important it is to have your system recharged immediately after you use it. Like all of your other fire protection systems – especially fire extinguishers – you want to minimize “down time” when your system will be unable to keep you protected.
At Kauffman Co, we offer 24 hour emergency FM-200 recharge service to all of our Houston area customers, meaning you’ll never have to go without the protection of your FM-200 fire suppression system.
To schedule service on your FM-200 fire suppression system, call us today at 713-893-1090!
As we said above, you should try to get FM-200 recharge as soon as your FM-200 system discharges, every time it discharges. Think about it like this—say your FM-200 activates in response to a small electrical fire caused by a spark in your computer room. The system reacts in seconds, putting down the fire before it has a chance to do anything more than blacken a desk. Work continues as normal until another spark jumps from the same plug onto a stack of papers. Your FM-200 system reacts again, but this time it has no FM-200 gas to discharge. No one is in the office at the time and when you get to work the next morning you find that everything is gone.
Remembering to schedule FM-200 recharge as soon as your system discharges is especially important because, unlike fire extinguishers, you probably won’t see your FM-200 system every day, meaning you won’t be reminded of it every day. Your best bet? When you find out your FM-200 system has gone off, call Kauffman Co! Contact us online to get a quote »
If you own or run a building in the Houston, Texas area and need FM-200 recharge, or any other FM-200 fire suppression system services, including installation, inspection or repairs, call Kauffman Co. today! Our highly trained and specialized technicians can take care of all of your needs!
Call us today at 713-893-1090.
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