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Kitchen System Service

Don’t let the threat of a kitchen fire hover over your shoulders any more.  At Haight Fire, we not only service kitchen systems, but we make sure that you are UL 300 compliant and are also in compliance with NFPA 17A (Standard for Wet Chemical Extinguishing Systems) and NFPA 96 (Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations).

Our Kitchen system service makes sure that your business is UL 300 compliant.  A dry chemical system is non- compliant and can be a safety concern for your investment and your establishment. Any kitchen system that was manufactured prior to 1994 might be at risk with UL 300 , click here to find out if your system is at risk.  Haight Fire will be happy to work with you in getting your system UL 300 compliant.

How We Help Your Business

All kitchen system service requires semi-annual and annual inspections in accordance with NFPA-17A.

  • The extinguishing system is in the proper location.
  • The manual actuators are unobstructed.
  • The tamper indicators and seals are intact.
  • The maintenance tag or certificate is in place.
  • No obvious physical damage or condition exists that might prevent operation.
  • The pressure gauge, if provided, is in operable range.
  • The nozzle blow-off caps are intact and undamaged.
  • The hood, duct, and protected cooking appliances have not been replaced, modified, or relocated.
  • Examine all heat detectors, the expellant gas container(s), the agent container(s), releasing devices, piping, hose assemblies, nozzles, signals all auxiliary equipment and the liquid level of all nonpressurized wet chemical containers.
  • Verify that the agent distribution piping is not obstructed.
  • All wet chemical systems shall be tested, which shall include the operation of the detection system signals and releasing devices, including manual pull stations and other associated equipment.
  • Fixed temperature-sensing elements of the fusible links shall be replaced semi-annually from the date of installation. They shall be destroyed when removed.
  • Each wet chemical system shall have a tag or label securely attached, indicating the month and year the maintenance is performed and identifying the person performing the service. Only the current tag or label shall remain in place.