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Posted 9/1/2017

Most local building codes require that rooms pass a “Room Integrity Test” before a gas fire suppression system can be installed. This ensures that the gas does not escape the room while attempting to put out the fire, increasing its efficiency. In fact, if the gas has the opportunity to escape, it may not put out the fire at all. You might be convinced that you need to do a room integrity test; but, if you do your research, you’ll find that such tests are very expensive!

It’s not uncommon to pay $1,500 or more for the initial test, and then pay it all over again once you’ve fixed the problems with the room to get it re-tested. On top of that, you can end up spending tens of thousands of dollars more than you need to install the gas fire suppression system afterward. It doesn’t have to be that expensive! In reality, it’s a rip off, and since you no doubt have better uses for that money, we are here to help.

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Cease Fire’s dual agent systems do not require a sealed room, and never (yes, that’s never) requires a room integrity test. Windows can be open, doors ajar, and your fire will still be extinguished. There’s no complicated and expensive plumbing or wiring; everything is contained in the unit itself. Just hook it up to the ceiling, and you are good to go.

In addition, our systems have been scientifically proven to be non-corrosive, non-toxic, and non-conductive. A basic vacuuming is all that is needed to clean up the minor powder residue. We also offer our systems for significantly lower cost than our competitors, allowing you to make the most of your money.

You can give us a call to talk about your project at 1-888-232-7334, or, if you’d like, click the “Get a Quote” button below to use our contact form. We’ll get back to you quickly.