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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Choose KSA FIRE PROTECTION Fire & Safety?

In every industry there is one company that stands above all others—a leader who sets the standards of excellence. KSA FIRE PROTECTION Equipment Company’s record for the past 9 years establishes it as that company.​

When are you available to perform service?

KSA FIRE PROTECTION operates well-equipped service vehicles to perform on-site service and recharge. M. Jacks Fire & Safety offers Emergency Service, 24 Hours a day, 7 Days a week.

Do I need a fire pump?

If your building features fire sprinklers, chances are good you also need a fire pump. This machine ensures every sprinkler in the building receives enough water to extinguish a fast-growing blaze. If the pressure drops, the fire pump turns on automatically to increase the water flow to an adequate level.

How often do I need fire protection system inspection and testing?

The short answer to this question is to schedule inspection and testing services for your fire protection equipment once a year. Annual maintenance from the professionals at KSA Fire & Safety helps to catch and correct problems with your fire protection system. It’s important to maintain records of our visits for auditing purposes since fire code requires annual fire protection system testing in many states.

Keep in mind that you should also perform simple inspections and testing between yearly visits from a professional. Contact us for a complete list of safety checks you can perform yourself.

Why is fire protection in restaurants and commercial kitchens so important?

Cooking equipment is the number one cause of structure fires, both in residential and commercial buildings. The combination of open flames, high temperatures, flammable cooking fuels, and a frenzied environment makes kitchens a prime place for flash fires. Since the kitchen is the heart of every restaurant, it’s vital to have adequate fire protection here.

Commercial kitchen fire suppression is a combination of several components, including hood ventilation and automatic foam fire suppression. It’s also important to have Class K fire extinguishers installed in your restaurant or commercial kitchen. This way, attentive cook staff can douse the blaze quickly before it spreads to the rest of the building.