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FAS Protection, was created to provide both the private and public sectors with fast and reliable customer service and 100% customer satisfaction regarding fire protection safety.
A hight level Quality Control in compliance with National and In International regulations and standards
Since 2005, FAS Protection has been providing quality life safety products and services to protect customers from the potential devastation of fire, theft, or intrusion. Our success in providing the latest fire and security technology in a cost effective and efficient way comes from our commitment to quality and excellence. We will do the job right, on time, and to your satisfaction. Regardless of project size, our friendly and experienced professionals are dedicated to serving your needs.
Our goal is to be the most trusted fire safety and security provider, protecting what matters most to our customers and delivering unmatched service with passion each and every day.
“Be Safer with us” is what FAS Protection is trying to reach. Global Fire Fighting Protection awareness is increasing coupled with continued capital expenditure on projects. This, in our opinion, FAS Protection operates in a long-term industry
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FAS Protection is specialized in Fire Fighting Solution systems provider founded in 2005. We focus on all types of solutions (Design, supply, installation and maintenance). We supply a comprehensive range of services:-
Which are used in Fire Fighting Systems Protection. We provide one-step cost-effective solutions to our customers with the objective of optimizing their assets while minimizing operational downtime.
During 2009-2013, an estimated 37,000 fires in industrial and manufacturing properties were reported to U.S. fire departments per year: These included:
In 2011, the total cost of fire was an estimated $329 billion, or 2.1 percent of U.S. grossdomestic product (GDP). The total cost of fire includes the losses that fire causes, suchas human losses (e.g., lives lost, medical treatment of injuries, pain and suffering) andeconomic losses (e.g., property damage, business interruption); and the cost of provisionsto prevent or mitigate the cost of fire, such as fire departments, insurance, and fireprotection equipment and construction.
During 2007-2011, an estimated 282,600 intentional fires were reported to U.S. fire departmentseach year, with associated annual losses of 420 civilian deaths, 1,360 civilian injuries, and $1.3billion in direct property damage: These fires included:
U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated annual average of 45,210 reported U.S. homestructure fires involving electrical failure or malfunction in 2010-2014. These fires resulted in420 civilian deaths, 1,370 civilian injuries and $1.4 billion in direct property damage each year.Some type of electrical failure or malfunction also contributed to the ignition of 16,070 nonhomestructure fires during this period, resulting in an estimated annual average of 12 civiliandeaths, 210 civilian injuries, and $614 million in direct property damage.