Mist Fire Suppression for Waste
Management and Recycling
The waste industry is well known for having fire hazards and a bespoke fire suppression system is essential for every location in the waste industry. Recently, the waste industry has been put under pressure because of fires that have been widely reported across the sector. With the SmartMist waste suppression system, now is the moment to invest in Fire Protection.
SmartMist specialise in the design and installation of high-pressure water mist systems for the waste industry.
- Quick activation
- Far less water consumption – Upto 90%
- Less equipment
- Top firefighting performance
- Minimal water damage
- Far Environmentally friendlier
- Safe to use
- Excellent coverage
Any waste management, recycling plant, or waste to energy plant contain numerous fire hazards that are easy to start and have traditionally been difficult to extinguish. SmartMist Global’s fully accredited fire suppression systems offers the perfect solutions to these challenging environments.
How does it work?
SmartMist can be linked to a heat detection system or manually operated.
SmartMist Global fire suppression systems are specifically designed to meet the ever-changing demands and specific fire hazards found in the waste management and recycling industry. Fully accredited to industry standards and comprising proprietary, state-of-the-art, technology, SmartMist Global provides numerous options to protect the busiest 24/7 waste management and recycling centre. Operating twenty fours hours a day, all waste management, recycling plant, or waste to energy plant contain numerous fire hazards that can ignite without warning and have traditionally been difficult to extinguish. SmartMist Global’s fully accredited fire suppression system offers the perfect solution to these challenging environments.
Once agreed, Our expert team of in-house engineers will design, install and service the most appropriate custom-made system for the waste industry’s specific needs and comply with the terms of the plant’s insurance provider’s contract and the Environment Agency’s sign off.