KPI is a proud recipient of the 2020 HIRE Vets Medallion Award.  >> LEARN MORE

KPI is a proud recipient of the 2020 HIRE Vets Medallion Award.  >> LEARN MORE

KPI is a proud recipient of the

2020 HIRE Vets Medallion Award.

>> LEARN MORE

FIRE suppression systems

FOR high-risk, high-value & Mission critical Applications

The RIGHT FIRE SUPPRESSION AVOIDS CAUSING MORE DAMAGE THAN THE FIRE ITSELF.

Not all fires should be extinguished using water and, to further illustrate the point, sometimes water can cause as much damage as the fire itself. That’s why matching the extinguishing agent to the hazard is a critical part of the system design.

Keystone has been designing special hazard suppression systems for over 60 years. In fact, it’s how we started. We have proven solutions for specialized challenges like protecting artwork, data storage rooms, commercial cooking operations, and flammable industrial hazards to ensure zero downtime and no harm to your valuable assets.

DESIGN      INSTALL      INSPECT      TEST      REPAIR

Clean Agent Suppression

Clean agents are colorless, odorless, electrically non-conductive, leave no residue, and are safe for humans. Clean agents interrupt the chemical chain of fire, accelerating suppression and absorbing heat, without damaging sensitive equipment or electronics.

Protect high-value assets like data centers or priceless artifacts in a museum with waterless, environmentally friendly clean agents. Keystone proudly designs and installs clean agent fire suppression systems from the industry’s leading fire suppression manufacturer, Kidde Fire Systems.

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Carbon Dioxide Systems

CO2 is an odorless, colorless, inert gas that extinguishes fire primarily by reducing oxygen that supports combustion in or around the hazard. It can be designed to flood a space, or to be applied locally to a specific hazard or surface. CO2 is not recommended for normally occupied spaces, except when other means of fire protection are not effective.

CO2 requires no cleanup, which greatly reduces cost and downtime. CO2 systems are applicable to a wide range of flammable and combustible materials and are approved for class A, B, and C exposures. Typical hazards protected include printing presses, vaults, open pits, dip tanks, spray booths, ovens, engine rooms, coating machines, hoods and ducts, generators, and flammable liquid storage areas.

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WET CHEMICAL KITCHEN SYSTEMS

Wet chemical agents overcome flames quickly and clean up easily. A wet chemical fire suppression system reduces downtime better than a dry chemical system.

Today’s high temperature cooking appliances present unique fire protection challenges for your employees, your customers, and your business. Thus, a restaurant fire suppression system is crucial to ensure that your business operates safely and effectively. Restaurant fire suppression systems are specifically designed to handle the suppression needs of kitchens to quickly extinguish fires and clean up easily, reducing downtime.

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DRY CHEMICAL INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS

Dry chemical suppression systems are a great choice for areas where sprinklers and water are not preferred. They are specifically designed to meet the unique demands of rigorous industrial hazards typically found in manufacturing environments. While dry chemical systems have one of the least desirable cleanup profiles, they are one of the least expensive fire suppression systems to install and maintain.

IND systems, as they are known, offer the choice of two dry chemical agents, ABC Powder and BC Powder. ABC Powder (monoammonium phosphate) is a multipurpose agent and can be used for Class A hazards like wood, paper, and other ordinary combustibles. BC Powder (sodium bicarbonate) is most effective on Class B flammable liquid fires and Class C electrical fires. 

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Micro-Environment Systems

Sometimes the smallest spaces are the most difficult to protect. See how you can reduce even the most critical small space fire risk.

We are Experts at Working in Tight Spaces and with Tight Budgets

In those small spaces where electrical equipment and mission-critical processes reside, Keystone offers micro-environment suppression systems from Firetrace™. Micro-environment suppression systems are completely self-contained, require no electrical power, and are easy to install and maintain — think of them as automatic fire extinguishers.

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WHAT DO YOU MEAN THE MONA LISA GOT WET?

Keystone matches the right waterless fire extinguishing solution to your hazard, so there is zero downtime, zero cleanup, and zero damage to your process or high-value assets.

Trust Keystone to keep you clean & dry