Restaurant UL 300 Fire Suppression

Installation & Repair of all Restaurant UL 300 Fire Suppression

  • Restaurant Hood Systems Service
  • Fire System Upgrades and Repairs
  • Fire System Installation and Services
  • Fire System Removal
  • Fire System Semi-annual maintenance


The Commercial kitchen is one of the essential parts of a restaurant, and each one is distinguished by the good food and the diversity of dishes it offers, therefore maintaining safety is a very important component. It is common that fires to occur in kitchens due to high temperatures, the different ingredients used to make dishes, and the fuel used to cook food.

Kitchen suppression systems use advanced extinguishing agents to smother the flames and eliminate vapors quickly. The cooling of the high-performance appliances after suffocating the first flames is of vital importance to avoid the reactivation of the fire and minimize the interruption of the business.

The system is configurable for automatic detection and takes action, in addition to remote manual triggering. Supplementary equipment is accessible for connection to the fire alarm box of the building, closing, electrical connection, and mechanical or electrical devices to shut off the gas supply.

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CO2 Fire
Suppression Service

Installation & Repair of all C02 Fire Suppression Sytems

CO2 is a fire suppression system that uses carbon dioxide to reduce oxygen levels in space to a point that combustion can no longer occur. A CO2 fire suppression system is environmentally friendly, fast-acting, and electrically non-conductive. CO2 systems leave behind no residue, cause no damage to sensitive equipment, and require no clean-up. These systems can be used on Class A, B, and C fires but are not safe to use in occupied areas.

Applications where CO2 systems are used:

  • Licensed Professionals & Bonded fire Protection Company
  • Complete Inspection & Code Deficiency Reports
  • Free Consultation on all types of services
  • Most Dependable & Trained Technicians
  • Full-Service Repair and Testing program
  • We have over 15 Years of Experience
  • We Offer Same Day Service

Co2 (Carbon dioxide) is a clean agent fire suppression system that can extinguish fires without damage to sensitive equipment. You can use an FM 200 Fire Suppression system with C02 and there is no cleaning up of Fire Suppression agents after the fire. The system helps businesses restore full operations faster than chemical-based systems. CO2 (Carbon dioxide) is one of the most popular and effective fire suppression systems available today. CO2 (Carbon dioxide) can be used on many types of fires and for many commercial and residential applications. CO2 (Carbon dioxide) suppression systems raise the level of carbon dioxide that is concentrated in the fire, which neutralizes the oxygen supporting the fire and thus extinguishes the flame. One of the best features of a CO2 (Carbon dioxide) suppression system using an FM 200 Fire Suppression setup is that it does not negatively affect sensitive equipment like electronics and high voltage applications

Our technicians are certified in their areas of expertise. Omega Fire Protection provides full in-house training for all employees. Our training includes classroom and online modules instruction on several fire protection subjects.


FM 200 Fire Suppression Service

What is FM-200?

FM-200 systems use the HFC-227ea fire extinguishing agent. These systems are fast-acting, cause zero ozone depletion, and are non-electrically conductive. FM-200 is a clean agent fire suppressant and can be used on Class A, B, and C fires. It is a colorless, odorless agent that leaves behind no residue and minimizes downtime. This system is safe to use in occupied areas.

Applications where CO2 systems are used:

  • Data centers
  • Telecommunication facilities
  • Military applications
  • Computer rooms
  • Control rooms
  • Museums
  • Historical archive storage
  • Art galleries
  • Pharmaceutical and medical facilities
  • Record storage facilities

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Halon Fire Suppression Service

Installation & Repair of all C02 Fire Suppression Sytems

There is no rule for replacing the old Halon suppression system. By the 1990s this system stopped being produced because its gas is harmful to the ozone layer. However, its use has not been banned. The fact is that there are still thousands of these systems still active, and their active agent can still be bought in the market and recycled. The problem lies in the discontinuity of the system, and its limited availability for part replacement – the risk potential in systems without maintenance is large.

The common misconception is that halocarbon removes oxygen from the air, but what happens is that the system reacts with all three major components present in a fire: fuel, oxygen, and ignition source, not removing oxygen.

So how safe is it? Intense research was conducted to determine the toxicity of Halon over time. In the past, these surveys were carried out by observation in laboratory animals, and the researchers were testing and determined two main levels of agent concentration: the Non-Level Observation Adverse Effect and the Minimum Effect Observation Level.

This type of system is no longer produced, but its agent is still available in the market in recycled form. For this reason, it is still allowed to recharge these days. There is nothing that forces the user or company to remove this system, but its components for maintenance are very limited in the market, sometimes extinct.

More recently, researchers have used a method called the “Psychological Pharmacokinetic Model,” to determine a more accurate assessment of how long a person can be exposed to the chemical compound. Through these studies, Halon concentration and time levels that a person may be exposed to the product have determined that it is safe.

If Halon is housed in cylinders, it can be reused. Some distributors and users have been doing this for years, even before being found to damage the ozone layer. Recycling is the only way to get the system, and it is a highly recommended practice.