Self Contained Pump Tank System
This system requires not tapping in the main Public Utilities Water System. They are usually used in homes that are in an area that does not have sufficient water pressure.
UL Listed Antifreeze
UL Listed – first and only agency listed antifreeze solution
Meets NFPA 13, 13R, 13D and 25 requirements for use of listed antifreeze
Minimum use temperature of -10°F (23,3°C)
FBC™ System Compatible for use with BlazeMaster® CPVC pipe and fittings
Compatible with most fire sprinkler system materials
* For the purpose of this product, non-toxic means acute exposure to ingredients in the LFP antifreeze does not pose a risk of adverse effects in humans or the environment following short-term exposure in scenarios related to fire sprinkler system installation, maintenance, and discharge.
U.S. Fire Administration: USFA
An entity of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency, the mission of the U.S. Fire Administration is to provide national leadership to foster a solid foundation for our fire and emergency services stakeholders in prevention, preparedness and response.
This resource has information on Cost & Benefits – Performance nd demonstration videos.
Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition
A resource for accurate non-commercial information and materials for consumers and professionals.
International Residental Code – Fire Protection Coalition
The IRC Fire Sprinkler Coalition advocates fire sprinkler protection for all new homes. The Coalition coordinated the efforts of more than 100 public safety organizations to win approval of a home fire sprinkler requirement in the International Residential Code, and the Coalition has an ongoing mission to promote adoption of this requirement by state and local jurisdictions.
At Hydro Fire install fire systems mostly in new homes. Although some home remodels require the installation of a fire suppression system as well. Our building season in Tahoe is short due to weather and "dig" guidelines, home and new construction can only be done...read more
Tahoe Douglas Fire District Announces that all New Build in Their District will be Required to have Fire Sprinklers
As of June 1st 2019, ALL new construction builds in the area will be required to have a Fire Sprinkler System as part of the construction process. This means that when submitting your plans for approval you must also have a fire sprinkler plan engineered and...read more
After a great 2018 for Hydro Fire Protection, we are excited to start 2019 with the Sierra Colina Project. This is a large new housing project in Nevada South Shore area. The development will be 14 free standing homes and 30 townhomes. Yup, that's a lot of...read more
Hydro Fire started in 2008 right before this code came into effect. Steve Ashbaugh owner of Hydro Fire Protection started installing commercial fire sprinkler systems in Las Vagas 1994 after moving back to Lake Tahoe he continued to work in the fire sprinkler...read more
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Backflow Certified Testing
Commerical and Residental Fire Sprinkler Systems