Effective fire suppression is a complex task that necessitates a diverse set of products, techniques, and expertise. We've long been a pioneer in this crucial aspect of assisting in the protection of individuals and assets. We have been providing our customers with expertise, advancements, and support

 

We now provide, arrange, and install an unrivalled range of fire suppression systems, including sprinklers and valves, extinguishers and agents, special hazardous systems, and related components and fittings.  We serve Small- medium business and organizations, complex, multi-site projects.

 

We can help you build a life safety solution that protects your investments and gives you peace of mind, no matter what possible threats you encounter.

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Fire Sprinkler Solutions and Services

 

We'd be happy to assist you in finding a code-compliant and cost-effective sprinkler solution for your application. No matter what size, complexity, or business line, we can create a solution that meets your needs: industrial, commercial, retail, healthcare, hotel, academic, entertainment, public sector, governmental, and more. We will configure your system precisely for its location, from a new installation to retrofit, independent or integrated, with care given to ease of extension or future modification.

We offer elements that building managers and insurers require, such as LEED point considerations and better rates on everything from design and installation to acceptance testing and follow-up services. Our standard guiding principles enable us to deliver the high-quality, cost-effective solutions you demand, regardless of where your facility is situated or how many sites you have.

 

We can keep up with national standard updates by serving on NFPA committees.

 

Examine changes to get LEED points that could result in tax benefits regularly.

 

From design to deployment, acceptance testing, and follow-up services, we handle the entire project.

 

Project managers who can supervise any subcontractors working on turnkey refit projects such as ceiling repair and disposal, painting, and other restoration.

 

To bring your facility into compliance, you'll need to reconfigure your sprinkler system and upgrade your plumbing.

Every unit is constructed by our own expert sprinkler fitters.

 

 

Dry-type sprinkler system

The pipes in a dry-type sprinkler system are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen rather than water. The air keeps a remote valve, also known as a dry pipe valve, closed. The dry-pipe valve, which is located in a hot area, prevents water from entering the pipe until one or more sprinklers are activated by a fire. As a result, the air escapes and the dry pipe valve opens. Water then enters the pipe and flows onto the fire via open sprinklers.

 

Sprinklers are built for environments depending on weather conditions. 

 

Extended Coverage

Extended coverage sprinklers are meant to protect areas larger than those covered by standard spray sprinkler installation rules. Extended coverage sprinklers are available in a variety of finishes, temperatures, and styles, and are approved to protect the light, ordinary, and excessive hazard occupancies.

 

By decreasing the number of sprinklers, branch lines, fittings, and installation time, reliable extended coverage sprinklers can save money on both materials and labour.

 

Nozzle and Nozzle accessories

For producing and directing a stream of water, foam, powder, or other fire-fighting substance. A tube with a terminal attachment that adjusts the stream is the most basic sort of nozzle.

The fire hose is attached to a handline nozzle, which provides water flow to put out flames. The quality of the handline nozzle you select assures excellent fire suppression and improved water flow.

Designed to handle a wide range of specific hazard situations.

 

Standard Spray

Sprinklers for standard coverage areas and systems.

Designed for usage in light, ordinary, and extra-hazard business occupancies such as banks, hotels, shopping malls, factories, refineries, chemical facilities, and so on.

Used in the region beneath the sprinkler, a hemispheric water spray pattern is discharged.

Fire Extinguishers and Services

Because each site faces unique obstacles, fire extinguishers are not a one-size-fits-all answer. We can assist you to get the correct number and kind of fire extinguishers to meet code requirements or enhance an existing fire sprinkler system, all while providing the finest service and maintenance plan for your needs. We have servicing, inspection, and lease-to-own programmes available, making it easier for you to budget with predictable costs.

 

We can monitor the lifecycle of your extinguishers with our Electronic Inspection Reporting technology, ensuring that they are always refilled, examined, and replaced as necessary.

 

 

Ability to provide extinguishers that are suited for the potential hazard on your property.

 

Fully-trained experts are available to inspect and maintain your extinguishers regularly to ensure they're in good operating order.

 

Extinguisher training services for your personnel to educate them with hazards and how to use extinguishers effectively in the early stages of a fire.

 

Extinguishers and agents of various classes (A, B, C, D, K) and types (water, dry chemical, CO2, Purple K, Metal-X, FE36, etc.) are available.

 

Electronic extinguisher monitoring and real-time data are used to deter and defeat vandalism and decrease liability and ensure compliance.

 

 

 

Portable Hand Extinguishers with Stored Pressure

Extinguishers made with dry chemicals suited for light and common risks

 

Dry Chemical Extinguisher

 

Dry chemical extinguishers are intended to guard against light and common dangers. These small, portable fire extinguishers are suitable for both industrial and commercial applications. Dry chemical extinguishers can be found almost anyplace a general-purpose fire extinguisher is required, including schools, offices, and automobile shops.

 

High-Flow, Stored-Pressure Fire Extinguishers

Commercial and compliance markets require high-flow, stored-pressure fire extinguishers. The NFPA 10 Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers is met with this portable fire extinguisher, which provides cost-effective, high-performance fire suppression.


 

Carbon dioxide extinguishers

Fires are caused every year as a result of a range of events, costing businesses their most valuable assets. Carbon dioxide extinguishers are designed to fight against Class B and Class C fires and provide the power to respond fast and efficiently. Indoors, these extinguishers are ideal for use in furnace rooms, printing presses, pump rooms, and electrical power plants.

 

Water Extinguishers

Water extinguishers are exclusively designed to put out Class A fires. In-office and industrial settings and warehouse and oxidising chemical storage areas, Class A risks such as wood, fabric, rubbish, and other objects that leave ash are common.

 

Cartridge-operated Fire extinguishers. 

In high-risk industries such as chemical, petrochemical, oil and gas, mining, aviation, and power generation, safety directors recommend cartridge-operated fire extinguishers as the premium firefighting units. Increased reliability, on-the-spot recharging, ease of service, and greater performance are all advantages of cartridge-operated Fire extinguishers.


 

Wheeled Fire Extinguishers 

Designed for places where large-scale fires are always a threat.



 

Wheeled units Dry Chemical

Extinguishers are meant to defend high-risk areas where major fires are a potential. These heavy-duty units offer higher extinguishing agent capacity than hand-held extinguishers, yet they're still portable and easy to use. These extinguishers can protect a wide range of applications.

 

Large diameter steel wheels transport the unit more swiftly and conveniently to the fire source, and the quick-opening valve option allows for one-step operation.

Wheeled extinguishers with dry chemical or special dry agent powders are offered to provide optimal protection against a wide range of fire hazards.


 

Wheeled units Carbon dioxide 

 

Carbon Dioxide Wheeled Fire Extinguishers are designed to protect locations where flammable liquids and gases or charged electrical equipment could cause fire. Indoors, where winds and draughts have little effect on discharge or when a clean extinguishing chemical is required, can be utilised. In places like aircraft hangars, paint spray booths, quench tanks, and metal tube manufacturing, these extinguishers provide the best protection.

 

Carbon dioxide is a non-corrosive, non-damaging fire extinguisher that leaves no residue. Because carbon dioxide is a gas, it will permeate and disseminate to all sections of risk. Because carbon dioxide displaces oxygen, proper safety precautions must be taken to evacuate enclosed locations where carbon dioxide is released.

 

These extinguishers are used to protect areas from the fire that are classified as Class B or Class C.



Clean Agent Hand Portable Extinguishers.

Extinguishers built for facilities with sensitive or valuable equipment and materials


 

Clean Agent Extinguishers

Clean Agent Extinguishers are meant to protect delicate or irreplaceable assets in commercial and industrial buildings that could be damaged or destroyed by water, foam, dry chemical, or carbon dioxide. Computer centres, data/document storage areas, communications facilities, control rooms, sensitive/expensive equipment, laboratories, museums, art galleries, and other applications benefit from them.

 

Conditional Extinguishers

Conditional extinguishers have many of the same functions as normal Clean Agent Extinguishers, but they are designed for places where extinguishers are required, such as magnetic imaging rooms, semiconductor fabrication facilities, and other similar settings.

Special Hazards Installation and Services

Our specific hazards suppression systems better prevent high-risk, high-value areas and operations, from computer rooms to fuel-pump islands, valuable documents to manufacturing equipment. Contact us if your company has locations where chemicals, flammables, processes, or equipment necessitate specialist fire prevention and suppression solutions.

 

We will develop, construct, install, and maintain sophisticated special hazards systems according to your specific requirements, as well as supplement suppression with specialized fire extinguishers. There isn't a hazard we can't shield against, whether it's non-magnetic extinguishers for an MRI room, a complex suppression system for a computer room, foam extinguishers for a petrol station, clean agent systems, dry agent systems, mining protection, or farm protection. We also have access to a wide amount of products from some of the world's most prestigious brands. When creating our solutions, we also follow a “Zero Harm” to human and the environment attitude.

 

Fire detection and suppression solutions from a single source that work together to assist promptly control and extinguish fire.

 

Range of Clean agent solutions that safely and successfully suppress fire while also assisting you in maintaining a clean environment in order to keep your business running.

 

Restaurant fire suppression systems are installed and serviced to protect restaurant cooking appliances, exhaust hoods, ducts, and other high-temperature appliances that use oil or solid fuels.

 

Comprehensive service packages for any size business and any budget, which include annual inspections, emergency response, and maintenance services.

 

Live instruction and hands-on experience via webinars or e-learning classes at one of our training centres.



 

Antifreeze Solution for Fire Sprinkler Systems

In regions with harsh winters, protecting the integrity of pipes in fire protection systems, particularly in structures or portions of buildings that aren't climate regulated, is a concern. To avoid leaking, a drop in pressure that causes a system malfunction, or substantial damage when pipes freeze and burst, water-filled pipes must remain above 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Cold temperatures can be addressed in a variety of methods, including the installation of preaction and dry systems, pipe insulation, and inventive system design. However, one long-standing approach – using antifreeze.

The mechanism is the same in a fire sprinkler system as it is in a car and HVAC system: a solution of water and an active antifreeze ingredient is poured into wet pipe systems to prevent the water from freezing.

 

Foam Concentrates, Hardware, and Equipment

Wherever highly flammable substances are manufactured, stored, transported, processed, or dispensed, they require special fire protection. Our passion for security motivates us to develop solutions that help you protect your people, assets, and processes across the supply chain. We can help you fulfil your fire and vapour suppression requirements with our experience, knowledge, and the industry's biggest range of foam products.

 

Solutions for a variety of fuel types and hazards that have been evaluated and certified by third parties (UL, FM, IMO, ICAO, etc.).

 

Allow our skilled technical service staff to create a solution for your unique fire prevention requirements.

 

Our Mobile solutions can help you combat fires more effectively.


 

Foam Concentrates 

We provide a wide range of high-quality foam concentrates. Foam solutions are available for a variety of firefighting applications, including industrial, marine, mining, municipal, oil, petrochemical, aviation, and transportation.

Foam for fire and vapour suppression of hydrocarbon, polar solvent, and Class A fires.

Advanced research, technical support, providing the services, and logistics are all areas where we excel.


 

Fixed System Equipment

Fixed System Equipment includes everything you need to store, proportion, and discharge firefighting foam.

 

Hi-Ex generators, bladder tanks, monitors, and other standardised and custom solutions for a variety of demanding hazards



 

Large Mobile Response Equipment 

We have a wide choice of world-class response equipment available.

Mobile equipment and accompanying foam concentrates, High-volume water pumps, Large trailer- and skid-mounted monitor packages
 

Portable response equipment

Foam capacities can be brought to the front lines using portable response equipment.

Includes Handline eductors and nozzles, A variety of foam concentrates, Foam trailers, carts, and portable Hi-Ex foam generators.


 

Services and Incident Response

We assist in the development of reaction strategies, equipment, advanced crisis management, and mitigation techniques.

Site-specific hazard assessment, Customized fire and hazard protection by a world-renowned firefighting team with years of expertise


 

Gaseous Fire Suppression Systems and Control Panels

We recognize the difficulties of installing gaseous fire suppression systems in places with sensitive equipment and where operations continuity is crucial. The requirement to preserve such resources necessitates the use of a dependable solution. Our answer consists of two parts: time-tested compounds that leave no residue and are safe for the equipment being protected. Our technology may even be able to help minimise the pipe network's footprint, complexity, and size. In a nutshell, our technology allows engineers to incorporate gaseous fire suppression systems in a less obtrusive manner while still meeting the specific needs of a protected area.

 

Designed to put out fires quickly.

Systems are modified to satisfy unique needs.

Ideal for securing sensitive equipment and materials.


 

Low-Pressure Carbon Dioxide Systems

Carbon dioxide extinguishes fire without leaving any residues behind, preventing damage to sensitive equipment. There is less downtime after an incident because there is no agent cleanup. Carbon dioxide systems are commonly used to protect printing presses, vaults, open pits, dip tanks, spray booths, ovens, engine rooms, and coating machinery.

 

High-Pressure Carbon Dioxide Systems

Carbon dioxide extinguishes fires without leaving any residues behind, preventing harm to sensitive electronics. There is less downtime after an incident because there is no agent cleanup. The carbon dioxide system, when properly designed, will suppress fire in Class A, B, and C hazards by displacing the oxygen-rich air that fuels combustion. Printing presses, vaults, open pits, dip tanks, spray booths, ovens, engine rooms, coating machines, process equipment, hoods and ducts, flammable gas or liquid storage spaces, and generators are some of the threats that carbon dioxide systems protect against.

 

For non-occupied risks, the High-Pressure Carbon Dioxide System is very effective. Individuals in carbon dioxide-protected spaces must be evacuated before the device is turned on. As a result, for occupied hazards, discharge time delays and alarms are required. Every system, from the cylinder to the nozzle, can be custom-designed for specific fire hazards. Using electric, pneumatic, or mechanical valve actuators, cylinder valves can be opened automatically or manually, locally or remotely.


 

Agent releasing control Panels

For commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings that require agent-based releasing, provide accurate fire detection, signalling, and protection.

Options available - Conventional or addressable 

 

Analog Addressable Releasing Systems

Detection, control, and fire suppression system release panels enable automatic fire protection 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The modularity and ease of system planning are key features of Agent Releasing Control Panels. For smaller building applications, the panels can be customised with just a few devices, or they can be designed for a big campus or high-rise application. To suit the application, peripheral equipment might be incorporated.



 

Conventional Releasing Systems 

Detection, control, and fire suppression system release panels enable automatic fire protection 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Smoke, heat, and flame detection are all alternatives for detection. The control panels process detection signals from protected zones and quickly respond by performing operations like-sounding alarms, shutting down equipment, and releasing the fire suppression system.

 

Smoke/heat/flame detectors, manual pull stations, horns, strobes, bells, abort switches, maintenance switches, and other accessories are available.



 

Smoke detecting equipment

Our smoke detectors offer you the time you need to examine an alarm and respond appropriately to avoid injury, property damage, or business interruption. Detectors provide multi-level warnings and a wide range of sensitivity, allowing for the detection of minute levels of smoke before a fire has a chance to spread. These detectors are suitable for a wide range of situations and applications, from tiny to extremely large open spaces, and from clean to unclean.



 

Restaurant Systems

All varieties of cooking equipment are protected by our fire suppression systems for more clients than any other brand. Our desire to protect your valuable staff, customers, and livelihood drive product innovation and application approaches.

 

Auxiliary grease extraction equipment and cooking equipment such as fryers, griddles, range tops, broilers, char-broilers, and woks are also protected. Fast-food chains, retail food courts, diners, convenience stores, catering facilities, mobile food trucks, hotels and casinos, stadiums, schools, hospitals, and other commercial kitchens will benefit from the system.

 

Liquid agent extinguishes fires and cools hot surfaces quickly.

Protect a variety of appliances and ventilation systems.

Adapt to specific needs or modifications in appliance layouts.

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Services we provide : 

1. Fire hydrant system

2. Fire suppression system - FM-200, CO2, Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems, Fire sprinklers

3. Fire alarm system - smoke detector, heat detector, Manual Call Point (MCP), hooter

4. Fire extinguishers - DCP (ABC) Stored Pressure Type, Carbon Dioxide Type, Stored Pressure Water Type, Stored Pressure M. Foam Type, Stored Pressure Clean Agent Type

5. Accessories: Burglar Alarm, Wall mounting brackets, hose belt, Trolley, etc

Advantages of Fire safety systems

  • Keeping Fires Under Control

  • Saving Lives

  • Protecting the Environment

  • Easy to install and maintain

  • Result in Minimal Collateral Damage

  • Help in fast-acting

  • Require Minimal Clean-up and Leave No Residue

Why Bharat Vikas Networks

Talk to our expert and get the best device and service suitable for your need

Proper consultation and support ensuring your business runs smoothly without any disruption

One year warranty on the devices and the service

Cut down the operational costs and unwanted labor costs using our automation services.

Frequently asked questions

What Are Common Causes of Fires?


Cooking equipment, heating equipment, electrical and lighting equipment, smoking materials, and intentional fires. By knowing what may cause a commercial fire, your business can take proper precautions to prevent damage to your property.




How Many Fire Extinguishers Are Required on a Business Premise?


It depends on Factors that include: Size and layout of the room, Fire hazard level of the building, Presence of flammable liquids, Stairwells.




Can I view live and recorded video locally?


Yes. Onsite monitoring of both live and recorded video is possible.




Why Is a Fire Alarm System Important?


Fire alarms are important because they can give you an early signal to something that could be tragic – basically saving you and your family.




Do I Need Both a Fire Alarm and Fire Sprinklers?


Fire alarm and fire sprinklers are both vital pieces of fire protection equipment.

Fire alarm features smoke detectors to sense fire, pull stations for watchful people to set off the alarm, and strobe lights and horns to alert everyone in the building.

While fire sprinklers go straight to work putting out the fire. High heat sets off one sprinkler at a time to help minimize property damage.




What’s the cost of services?


Although this is the last question on the list, it’s sometimes the first question we are asked. Unlike most vendors, we welcome this query beforehand and we’re pleased to provide as much information as possible. From a rapid estimate to more detailed pricing based upon your specific requirements and specifications, all you have to do is “Contact Bharat Vikas Networks”




What happens if there is a power outage?


Security DVR/NVRs will come back on as soon as power is restored. However, we suggest an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) which provides a short period of backup power and also serves as a surge protection device. This ensures your video surveillance will still be online in the event someone cuts the power to break in unnoticed.




How Often Do I Need Fire Protection System Inspection and Testing?


It’s important to schedule inspection and testing services for your fire protection equipment once a year.




Which Fire Extinguisher Should I Use?


If flames break out in your home, office, or other building with ordinary combustible products, flammable liquids, and electrical wiring, a multipurpose ABC fire extinguisher is the proper tool. For cooking fires in commercial kitchens, a Class K extinguisher is needed to put out the fire and prevent it. Class D extinguishers are less common and are only used to fight fires that break out in chemical plants and industrial facilities with combustible metals onsite, such as sodium, potassium, titanium, and magnesium.