Our Services

Portable Fire Extinguishers

We install, maintain and inspect fire extinguishers all over the northeast with no account being too small.

  • Sales
  • Service
  • Installation
  • Recharging
  • Inspection
  • Annual Maintenance
  • Hydrostatic Testing


Kitchen Suppression Systems






Because it is a statistical fact that there are a lot of fires in commercial cooking facilities, Ansul Systems have changed to protect the modern kitchen. Having a good fire protection system in a restaurant or institutional cooking facility is more important than ever before.

In the last 10 years major developments have changed the ways of commercial cooking. Cooking equipment currently manufactured uses more efficient burners, resulting in much higher heating rates.

More cooking is done with vegetable oil instead of animal fats. Vegetable oils have a much higher autoignition temperature.

Fryers are now made with improved insulation that slows the cooling rate, but which also increases the risk of a re-flash in the event of fire.

Kitchen suppression systems are actuated by a fusible links located above the cooking appliances.

The links melt during a fire, causing cartridge to fire propelling gas into the liquid agent tank.

The distribution piping system carrys the agent to nozzles located above the cooking appliances, in the plenum above the filters, and in the duct above the plenum.

When updating your kitchen system to the latest technology, be sure and change your fire extinguishers, too.  Fire extinguishers designed specifically for kitchens are now available.  Please note that changes by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) #10 now require this special "K Class" hand portable fire extinguisher in cooking areas. 





Fire Extinguisher Training Services




Your fire extinguishers are only as effective as the people using them.


 Fire Extinguisher Training services will help ensure that your employees have the confidence and skills necessary to take action should a fire occur at your facility.


The training program includes:


Overview of the fire protection equipment installed in your facility

Review of proper procedures and fire evacuation routes

Emergency preparedness training

Alertness to fire hazards

Review of the types of fire extinguishers and their proper use

Identification of the classes of fires and how each is fought

Indoor or outdoor hands-on experience

Know what you need to do even before fire occurs.

Contact us and a training professional will help you establish fire extinguisher training for your employees and advise you of the most current regulatory guidelines for proper workplace fire protection.


Don't forget to ask us about how our regular fire extinguisher services including placement, inspection and testing of on-site extinguishers can help you stay prepared for fire emergencies.


Regulatory Requirements:

OSHA 1910.157(g)(1) — Annual Training for Incipient Fire Training

Where the employer has provided portable fire extinguishers for employee use in the workplace, the employer shall also provide an educational program to familiarize employees with the general principles of fire extinguisher use and the hazards involved with incipient stage fire fighting.


OSHA 1910.157(g)(2)

The employer shall provide the education required in paragraph (g)(1) of this section upon initial employment and at least annually thereafter.


OSHA 1910.157(g)(3)

The employer shall provide employees who have been designated to use fire fighting equipment as part of an emergency action plan with training in the use of the appropriate equipment.


OSHA 1910.157(g)(4)

The employer shall provide the training required in paragraph (g)(3) of this section upon initial assignment to the designated group of employees and at least annually thereafter.



Emergency Lighting Inspection And Repair




Are you sure your emergency lighting is adequate ?


Are you sure your units will work during a power failure ?


Are you sure they are being properly maintained ?


Exit lights and emergency lighting provides lighting in corridors,

stairwells,ramps, escalators, aisles, and exit passageways.

During power outages if your emergency lights fail to operate properly,

the building occupants can become disoriented.


Routine maintenance of emergency lights and emergency

lighting is frequently overlooked until an emergency occurs,

and then its too late.


Regular maintenance is required by

NFPA Standard No. 101, chapter 31, section 1.3.7.

NFPA Standard No. 101-31-1.3.7


First Aid


Your business has more to worry about than whether or not

your first aid kit is stocked with bandages.


We will deliver top quality American First Aid products

that meet OSHA, FDA, DEA requirements.


We strive to attain the highest level of customer

and user satisfaction.  We do not just throw some supplies

in your cabinets and then disappear.  We cater to our customer's

needs and concerns so every employee in your organization can be

healthy, happy and more productive.

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