Imagine your kitchen’s chef is cooking a delicious meal for one of your restaurant guests when he tosses in some oil and suddenly the meal being prepared goes up in flames. The flames get larger and larger as the surrounding grease begins spreading the fire to other parts of your kitchen. Within a matter of seconds, your Houston restaurant could be gone.
By design, commercial kitchens cook large quantities of foods at extremely high temperatures with oil and greases, creating breeding grounds for a fire emergency that will spread at a quicker rate than any other business or industry. To keep your kitchen staff and restaurant diners protected in case of a fire emergency, a working kitchen fire suppression system is a must.