What Qualifies as Industrial Fire Protection?

If your business has refineries, flammable liquid storage, dipping processes, printing presses, turbines, generators, dust collectors, wire mills, paint booths or large vehicles then you have an industrial fire environment.  Really, any environment where mass production, volatile chemical, or heat processes exist is considered Industrial level and requires what we call in the fire protection industry Special Hazard equipment.  


How Can Marmic Help with Industrial and Manufacturing Safety?

Marmic has decades of experience working with Special Hazard fire protection which includes CO2 (high and low pressure), Dry Chemical, and Clean Agent fire suppression systems manufactured by the likes of Ansul, Pyrochem, Firetrace, and more.  Our designers and technicians are NICET certified and also trained by the manufacturers, allowing our team to design, install, and inspect some of the most sophisticated systems on the market.  

With a national reach, Marmic can service multiple locations at a consistent price and on a schedule that suits you.  Our National Accounts team works with customers to ensure only technicians with the appropriate state licenses work at those locations. 

For companies with brutal environments it’s not uncommon for them to need quarterly or monthly service.  We’ve even made weekly visits to companies whose wire mills frequently experience significant flare ups throughout the week.  They call us to recharge spent extinguishers quickly or swap them out with pre-filled ones.  Going even further, we offer 24-7 Emergency Services because we know down time eats your bottom line. 


What Else Can Marmic Do to Protect You?

As a full service safety company, Marmic can also provide OSHA approved Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), First Aid kits and cabinets, Arc Flash, Absorbents, Lockout/Tagout, Safety Signage, and, of course, Portable Fire Extinguishers.  Preventing injuries with such tools helps stabilize your workforce and keep you compliant with government safety standards and practices.