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Fire Suppression Tank

For the installation or modification to all non-water based suppression systems, including but not limited to: wet chemical (commonly installed on kitchen hoods), dry chemical (commonly installed in paint booths), and clean agents (commonly installed in electrical rooms.
Fire suppression systems are governed by the codes under the National Fire Protection Association, also known as the NFPA. This organization writes codes, regulations, and recommendations on the proper installation and maintenance of these fire suppression systems. Likewise, the NFPA also lists criteria that must be met for the requirements of certain types of fire suppression systems.