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Did you know - ?

Nearly every day people die and are injured in fires in the UK

Over 75% of fire casualties happen in peoples' own homes, and these can be prevented.

Residential Fire Sprinklers can eliminate the chance that you will die in a fire in the home.


News and Press

Feb 03, 2014

Sprinkler save at London nurses/doctors residential block


At just before 19:45 on the evening of Monday 3rd February, a kitchen fire occurred in a pan containing cooking oil at a medium to high rise accommodation block for nurses and doctors in Grosvenor Way, Way, Wandsworth, London.

The occupier sadly suffered steam burns when, contrary to all safety advice issued in such circumstances, they threw water on to the blazing pan.

A single sprinkler head, situated in the kitchen of the Towns mains fed residential sprinkler system actuated to control the fire. Two fire crews attended but were not required to take any further fire-fighting action. Fire damage was recorded as less than 5 m²
Note: Sprinklers automatically spray fine water droplets which absorb heat much more quickly than a solid jet of water. This reduces the risk of a violent flare up during hot oil kitchen fires. There are several examples each year where sprinklers have safely suppressed such fires.


Jan 08, 2013

Care Home, Dorset


Dorset Fire and Rescue Service and sprinkler engineers attended a care home today to respond to an activation.


The care home was Castleman House in Blandford and the fire started from an alcohol wipe which had fallen onto a lamp and caught fire. The fire then spread to a bed in the same room.


The lady occupant left the room and pressed the break glass and shut the door. The sprinkler activated and put out the fire. There was no damage outside of the room but some minor water damage to the room below.


As the sprinkler engineer was approaching site the fire crew and police were leaving and they all gave him the thumbs up. The system was been re-commissioned and made operational within 4 hours.