KITCHEN RESTAURANT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
Ansul R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System or Ansul Kitchen Fire Suppression System products protect more food service kitchens from fire than any other brand. The R-102 Fire Suppression System incorporates a flexible design with an extremely effective ANSULEX Low pH Liquid Agent. This agent quickly knocks down flames and cools hot surfaces, while generating a tough vapor securing blanket that helps prevent re-flash.
Ansul R-102 Kitchen Restaurant Fire Suppression System is designed to protect areas associated with ventilating equipment, including hoods, ducts, plenums, and filters. It also protects auxiliary grease extraction equipment and cooking equipment such as various types of kwali, fryers, grill, oven, steamer and a myriad of other high temperature cooking appliances. The system is ideally suited for commercial kitchens in fast food chains, retail food courts, diners, convenience stores, catering facilities, mobile food trucks, hotels and casinos, stadiums, schools, hospitals and more.
Ansul R-102 Kitchen Restaurant Fire Suppression System is cooking equipment friendly and offered in two designs: Appliance-Specific and Overlapping. The appliance-specific design aims the nozzles at the specific hazard areas of each appliance. With the overlapping design, the nozzles are arranged to overlap and provide a “fire-free zone” throughout a group of appliances
ANSUL R-102 KITCHEN RESTAURANT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM – OVERLAPPING
Overlapping Appliance Protection is one of the two design options available with the Ansul R-102 Kitchen Restaurant Fire Suppression System. The design is flexible and simple. Nozzles are placed in a straight-line arrangement, providing overlapping agent discharge patterns and creating a virtual fire-free zone.
Nozzles are installed in a straight line with a maximum nozzle spacing of 25.5 in. (647 mm) and a height of 40-45 in. (1016-1143 mm) above the cooking surface. The nozzles are not aimed individually at specific appliances but instead are aimed at the hazard zone centerlines. These overlapping discharge patterns create a continuous zone of protection in which all appliances within this area are protected.