• UL 300 Wet Chemical Systems for Commercial Cooking

UL-300 Wet Chemical Automatic Fixed Fire Suppression Systems

"Wet chemical fire-extinguishing systems shall comply with standard UL 300, Fire Testing of Fire Extinguishing
Systems for Protection of Restaurant Cooking Areas...  Hazards and equipment that can be protected using wet chemical
extinguishing systems include the following:
(1) Restaurant, commercial, and institutional hoods
(2) Plenums, ducts, and filters with their associated cooking appliances
(3) Special grease removal devices
(4) Odor control devices
(5) Energy recovery devices installed in the exhaust system
Each protected cooking appliance, individual hood, and branch exhaust duct directly connected to the hood shall be
protected by a system or systems designed for simultaneous operation...  All systems shall have both automatic and
manual methods of actuation...  The extinguishing system shall be connected to the fire alarm system, if provided, in
accordance with the requirements of NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm Code®, so that the actuation of the extinguishing
system will sound the fire alarm as well as provide the function of the extinguishing system."
-NFPA 17A - 5.1,5.2

Specialized automatic systems, often referred to as Restaurant Fire Suppression systems, are designed to protect the
following areas associated with cooking equipment; ventilating equipment including hoods, ducts, plenums, and
filters; fryers; griddles and range tops; upright, natural charcoal, or chain-type broilers; electric, lava rock,
mesquite or gas-radiant char-broilers and woks.

The system is typically utilized in restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, hotels, schools, airports, and other
similar facilities.

The system is capable of automatic detection and actuation and/or remote manual actuation. Additional equipment is
available for mechanical or electrical gas line shut-off applications.

The detection portion of the fire suppression system allows for automatic detection by means of specific alloy rated
fusible links, which, when the temperature exceeds the rating of the link, the link separates, allowing the regulated
release to actuate.

  • Dry Chemical Systems for Spray Booths and Industrial Hazards

Auto body refinishing areas are susceptible to fire. The potential for personal injury and down time are greatly
reduced with the Amerex Dry Chemical System.

Features include:  Designed specifically for paint spray booths, mix rooms and industrial applications
24 hour protection
Reduced fire loss and down time
Meets NFPA 33
Choice of two dry chemical agents

  • Gas Station Fire Suppression Systems

What if this (or worse) happens at your gas station?

Modern Automobile fueling areas are designed with high-speed self-service pumps, enabling customers to fuel their
vehicles faster than ever before.  However, the same modern equipment that makes fueling quick and easy also makes
the fueling area more susceptible to fire.

Accidents Do Happen
Customers might drive away without returning the nozzle to the pump or use the nozzle incorrectly resulting in a
spill.  Modern high-volume pumps can discharge a large quantity of flammable liquid onto the fueling area very
quickly.  Burning cigarettes, running engines, sparks and other heat sources can ignite the flammable liquids and/or
vapors very quickly.

Protect Your Customers and Your Investment
Allstate Fire Co. will install a Fire Suppression System specifically designed for today's modern fueling
stations.    
Systems include
Automatic Detection & Control provides 24-hour protection
Manual activation allows immediate actuation at the first sign of fire and provides separate backup to the automatic
detection
Safe to use on fires involving energized electrical equipment
A variety of systems and piping configurations ensure that we can cover virtually any fueling area layouts
Electrical connections allow for pump shut-off and audio/visual alarms
Meet or exceed UL1254, NFPA17 and NFPA30 codes & standards

  • Portable Fire Extinguishers

Effective fire safety depends on having the appropriate fire fighting equipment for the type of fire, knowing where
to place it and how to use it. Extinguishers also have a numerical rating which serves as a guide to the amount of
fire they should be able to extinguish, as defined by Underwriters Laboratories.  For fire fighting purposes, fires
are broken down into five classifications:

Class A - Ordinary Combustibles (wood, paper, cloth, etc.)
Class B - Flammable Liquids
Class C - Electrically Energized Equipment
Class D - Combustible Metals
Class K - Combustible Cooking Media (vegetable & animal oils)

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Services
Allstate Fire Co. employs trained technicians to service and maintain your fire extinguishers. In an effort to
provide you with the highest level of service, we use only genuine manufacturers' parts and chemical fill in all of
our work, ensuring compliance for your organization.

Our services and your responsibilities include the following:  Monthly Inspections
Annual Inspections
Recharging
6-year Maintenance & Hydrostatic Testing
Repairs
Training
Installations

Portable Fire Extinguisher Products

Classification of Fires


Effective fire safety depends on having the appropriate fire fighting equipment for the type of fire, knowing where
to place it and how to use it. Extinguishers also have a numerical rating which serves as a guide to the amount of
fire they should be able to extinguish, as defined by Underwriters Laboratories.  For fire fighting purposes, fires
are broken down into five classifications:

Class A - Ordinary Combustibles (wood, paper, cloth, etc.)
Class B - Flammable Liquids
Class C - Electrically Energized Equipment
Class D - Combustible Metals
Class K - Combustible Cooking Media (vegetable & animal oils)

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NFPA 10 Update
The general requirements for the selection and servicing of portable fire extinguishers is set forth in the National
Fire Protection 10, Standards for Portable Fire Extinguishers. Included in the 1998 edition are the following
changes:  New Extinguisher Class (K)- Fires in cooking appliances that involve combustible cooking media (vegetable
or animal fats and oils).
Selection of Hazard - New fire extinguishers provided for the protection of cooking appliances that use combustible
cooking media (vegetable or animal oils and fats) shall be listed and labeled for Class K fires.
Verification of Service - An extinguisher that has undergone maintenance that includes internal examination or that
has been recharged shall have a "Verification of Service" collar located around the neck of the container. The
exceptions are extinguishers undergoing maintenance before 1/1/99 and cartridge operated extinguishers.

  • Residential Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems

Did you know...
22% of all home fires are cooking related.
33,000 kitchen fires occur daily.
Fires strike 1 of every 6 kitchens annually.
Home cooking equipment fires cause more than 5,000 reported injuries yearly.
It is estimated that over 12 million home cooking fire going unreported, causing 640,000 injuries annually.

Many who try to extinguish the fire unknowingly add to the fire, Increasing damage and injuries. Calling the fire
department is important - But, regardless how fast the response, the grease fueled flames can quickly engulf the vent
hood and enter the structure of your home.

The time to protect your family and home from a range top fire is before it strikes. That's why so many people depend
on the The Guardian for proven family and home fire protection...

The Guardian is a state-of-the-art system, which installs in the hood of your range. When a fire erupts, a fire
suppressing liquid is released, snuffing out the flames. It also automatically disconnects the electricity or shuts
off the gas line so the fire does not re-ignite. These systems are so compact they install in the cupboard above the
range.

Features
Automatic Operation
Continuous 24-Hour Protection
Wireless Sonic-Activated Shutoffs Disconnect Gas or Electricity
Audible 106 db Alarm
State-of-the-Art Engineering
Supervised Circuitry
Low-Battery Warning
Auxiliary Output for Security Systems
No Electrician Required
UL listed

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Sensitivity of Heat Sensors: Preset and Factory Tested
Alarm Level: 106 db
Indicator Light: Solid State Red LED indicates system operation status
Dimensions: 9-3/4"(H)x6-1/2"(W)x9-1/2"(D)
Weight: 12.8lbs
Operation Voltage: 9V DC
Auxiliary Output: Provides one (1) second impulse at 5 AMP,250 VAC
Maintenance Cycle: Every 12 yrs
Fire Suppressant: Ansulex Low pH Wet Agent
Operating Pressure: 100 psi @ 70 F
Extinguisher Capacity: 5lbs. by weight or 58 oz. by volume.

Quality Guaranteed - The Guardian III is engineered for optimum performance and manufactured under strict quality
control practices.  Twenty First Century warrants material and workmanship for one (1) full year from date of
purchase per its standard limited warranty

  • Exit and Emergency Lights
(contact office for details)

  • Exhaust Hoods-Fans and Ventilation Systems
(contact office for details)
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ALLSTATE FIRE COMPANY
FIRE EXTINGUISHER - FIRE SYSTEM - SALES & SERVICE
1600 S. Noland Rd. Ste 214  - Independence MO 64055 - (816) 463-2672 - f (816) 463-2686

Serving the Kansas City Metro - Missouri and Kansas
Products to meet your Hazard-Specific Fire Protection Needs

  • UL 300 Wet Chemical Systems for commercial cooking
  • Dry Chemical Systems for Spray Booths and Industrial Hazards
  • Gas Station Fire Suppression Systems
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Residential Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems
  • Exit and Emergency Lights
  • Fire Extinguisher Cabinets
  • Fire Retardant
  • Exhaust Duct Access Doors and Exhaust Fan Hinge Kits
  • Replacement Hoods, Exhaust Fans and Fire Wrap
  • Commercial Kitchen Hood Replacement Filters
  •  Lease Programs available
  • Master Card, Visa and American Express accepted

Service agreements available but not required. Review your current
service agreement and give us a call for a competitive service
quote.